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17 Savory Soup Recipes

Summer is finally coming to an end and I can't wait to start adding more soup recipes to my family's weekly meal plan. Today I've gathered seventeen mouthwatering soup recipes to keep you warm for the coming seasons.



Roasted Cauliflower White Cheddar Soup (recipe)



Mexican Street Corn Soup (recipe)



Creamy Sweet Potato Coconut Soup (recipe)



Chicken Pot Pie Soup (recipe)



Creamy Chicken, Spinach and Mushroom Tortellini Soup (recipe)






Smoked Sausage, Kale and Potato Soup (recipe)



Italian Wedding Soup (recipe)



Broccoli Cheese Soup (recipe)



Roasted Butternut Squash Bacon Soup (recipe)



Olive Garden Pasta e Fagioli Soup Copycat (recipe)





Classic French Onion Soup (recipe)



Thai Coconut Curry Soup (recipe)



Stuffed Pepper Soup (recipe)



Sicilian Chicken Soup (recipe)



Chicken Avocado Lime Soup (recipe)



Lasagna Soup (recipe)


Creamy Chicken and Wild Rice Soup (recipe)



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9 Beautiful DIY Wedding Decorations

While it would be nice to have an unlimited wedding budget, that's not the case for most. In this post I'm sharing nine beautiful wedding decorations that you can make yourself in order to create you dream wedding without going bankrupt.




Glittered Tealight Holders (source not found)



Twine Lanterns (source)



Painted Wine Bottles (source not found)






Plaster Flower Votives (source)


How to Decorate a Ceiling with Tulle and Lights (source)


Water Color Paper Roses (source)




Wax Paper Backdrop (source)


Tissue Paper Pom Poms (source)


Paper Tassel Garland (source)



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10 Storage Hacks That Are Pure Genius


Everyone could use a little extra storage in their home. Here are 10 brilliant storage tips you can start using in your home today.




Put vertical space to use by transforming inexpensive cubbies into organized laundry room storage. (source)



Use a magazine holder to store toilet paper in a small bathroom. (no source found)



Give your toddler more space for his or her toys by turning an old crib into a toddler loft bed. (source)






Use an old ladder as a nightstand and add extra storage space to your bedroom. (source)



Or you could make two nightstands from an inexpensive thrift store desk. (source)



Create more cabinet space by storing cutting boards and cookie sheets on the inside of your cabinet door. (source)





Recycle a 6-pack soda holder into a simple scarf organizer. (source)



Spray paint a few recycled food cans to make a fun wine rack. (source)



Use a shower caddy to store produce and free up counter space. (no source found)



Add additional storage to your bedroom using a hanging shoe organizer around your bed. (no source found)



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Medication List - Free Organizing Printable

My family has moved around A LOT!! One thing that I always try to do before moving is get a copy of our medical records. However, I noticed early on that you can't always rely on hospitals to keep good records. In fact, before our last move, my daughters pediatrician informed me that they had absolutely no record of any appointments for the past two years. We had been going to the same pediatrician for the past four years and some how they had managed to misplace half of our medical records! And this was not the first time something like this has happened.



Whether you make frequent visits to your health care provider, or only see them once a year for a check-up, I believe it's important to keep your own records. I've shared a few medical printables before that you can find here, here, and here. Today I would like to share another freebie. 





Use this medication list to keep track of any medications that you and your family members are currently taking or have taken in the past. I also included a section to record any reactions that you have to the medication. This is extremely important if you have a bad reaction to a certain medication. You'll definitely want to remember it in case your doctor tries to prescribe it again. 

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Recycled Can Pen Holder

I have a slight obsession with recycling. (As you can see here, here, here, and here) A few months ago I purchased this fun Stabilo pen set. I really wanted a cute pen holder to display on my desk and this is what I came up with.



 I started with some Mardi Gras beads that I found at Walmart. (You can find some similar ones here) Using a hot glue gun, I glued the beads to the can as I wrapped them around. I only added glue to every third or fourth bead. Just enough to hold them in place.

The beads were not evenly spaced and wouldn't line up perfectly no matter how hard I tried. The perfectionist side of me was slightly irritated, but I think it turned out great anyways. You could leave it like this or paint it to match your decor. I chose a simple white.

 Once I started painting, the strings left behind by the glue gun really stood out. I took an old toothbrush (I always keep one around for cleaning purposes) and gently brushed the entire can to remove any glue strings.

After a few coats, I had a fabulous pen holder. I think I may make a few more to use for growing herbs. Wouldn't these be adorable sitting in the kitchen widow with some basil, chives and mint growing in them?



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