No Backlash Backsplash

Tweet It’s funny how nature’s perfection can inspire me to be courageously imperfect. Like doing my backsplash, for example. I’ve never done it before and I’m horrible and cutting straight. But when I saw things like this: It made me inspired to tackle a kitchen backsplash. Peel and stick ones (I got mine from Home…

Reusing Your Kid’s Drawings

Tweet I don’t know about you, but I’ve been at war with my son’s art. It was becoming an insurmountable pile of daily school drawings. Hating to discard it, I’ve come up with one creative way to reuse it. In three words-homemade greeting cards. Since Valentine’s was around the corner, I thought it was a simple way…

A Gift With Multiple Benefits

Tweet It’s been a month since Christmas, but hiding under my bed is a gift I’ve been anticipating since before the holidays. I first heard about Little Loving Hands from author Glennon Doyle Melton’s Momastery newsletter. It was one of her picks for “Good Gifts.” This week, I finally gave my son and I the…

Addiction to Doing

Tweet I’ve come from a long line of them. Workers. Busy bees. One of the reasons why I named this blog, “The Inspiring Bee,” is people buzzing around was normal to me. So many hot afternoons on Kauai with my grandmother clanging pots, mixing azuki beans and opening the oven door to let out heat…

Cozying Up to This Homemade Holiday Gift

Tweet I wouldn’t say I’m very crafty. But I love to create. I can usually find some DIY craft every holiday to make that is not too intimidating, not too Kindergartenish. You could even say, “It’s just right.” This year, instead of my usual DIY Christmas decor, I attempted to make a small gift. All…

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