Every Season is Coffee Season

Come March and the nippy, chilly days and nights start turning brighter, longer and more pleasant. It seems the whole world around you has certainly perked up (or ready to be), stripping off the bland winter robe which kept it huddled together for all those cold wintry months. The days are brighter; the air is chirpier; the evenings are headier; the nights are silkier; and you just cannot help drifting along with the gaiety and merriment hailed in with the change of season. Change of season Continue reading

Five Ways to Get More Space From Your Kitchen: Guest Post

Five Ways to Get More Space From Your Kitchen: Guest Post

     For most people, the look of their kitchen spices up their appetites more. Too add quality and inviting warmth, some home owners’ design their kitchens with glass mosaic tiles that accentuate the beauty of the interior design, and some even choose to install stone tiles to bring out the texture and colors of nature to their homes. As well, nobody wants to go home and see a cluttered and disorganized kitchen. In this article, we will guide you to find more space from your kitchen.Five Ways Continue reading

Guest Post: Interior Design Trends that will Never Die #Design #Trends

Guest Post: Interior Design Trends that will Never Die #Design #Trends

     Interior design is a passion for many people. There are those that love nothing more than to completely overhaul the look and feel of a room or even an entire home. In many cases it can be a big job to not only choose the style of a room and home but also actually creating the look can be time consuming and can be quite expensive.     There is no rush to create the new look over night; it is something that can be done gradually to make sure just the right look is created.Interior design has Continue reading

Guest Post: Women in Combat

Guest Post: Women in Combat

By Judith Sanders     On January 24, 2013 Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, signed a memo to lift the ban of women in military combat operations.     As a woman and a nurse, I have my opinions. But first let’s take a peak into the history of women in the military.     Women have had swords in their hands for quite some time. According to Greek mythology, female warriors, led by an Amazon queen named Hippolyte lived and fought Continue reading

Military Family Moving Series: Share you moving stories!

     We are moving again soon, it will be our last military move, and I thought this would be a great time to have other people share their moving stories with my readers.  Guest posts will have a tab at the top of my page, just like the guest posts for my series A Perfect Cup!  If you have a story about a move(s) with the military either present day or years ago, I would love to have you share it.  You do not need to be a blogger to share your story!      No minimum length needed, pictures are Continue reading