Weekend breakfasts are the very best breakfasts, right? The bad news is that even weekend breakfasts can fall prey to creativity slumps. Don’t get me wrong; I have nothing against pancakes, but if I’m being honest, I must admit that my very favorite breakfasts are savory. In the hierarchy of savory favorites, these bacon, egg and sweet potato breakfast tacos reign supreme.
Within our home, there is one room that represents a bit of a departure in style from the rest of the house. Our travel themed home office is just a bit different than the farmhouse decor that defines my typical home decor style. But since I spend a lot of time there, it’s important that I love the digs. Some nights I spend hours editing photos or working on a blog post while Jeff reads on the chair in total silence, but for the tapping of the keyboard. This room is very personal to us and we opted to decorate accordingly. The travel theme fits us to a tee, but is also easily personalized for just about anybody.
A beautiful, functional and organized spice rack is one of life’s small pleasures, right? When I open the cabinet doors to my spice rack and find a place for everything and everything in its place, my heart gets a little pittery pattery. Until recently, I found spice rack organization to be one of those domestic tasks I just couldn’t quite achieve. It can be tough when your spices are stored in the containers you purchased them in; we all know that one brand’s tin is entirely incompatible with another brand’s glass jar. I’m here to tell you, though, that achieving an organized and beautiful spice rack is cheaper and easier than you might think. And once you see how cute the free printable spice jar labels I’m sharing today are, I think you’ll want to undergo a spice rack makeover A-sap. The best part is that you don’t need a fancy machine to create these labels; all you need is a set of widely-available Avery labels. I picked mine up at Walmart, but you can also order them from Amazon.