Mavis’ Remodel Blog Day 22 – Fireplace Mantel and Kitchen Cabinets Get Delivered

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chino the handyman

Chino the Handyman showed up bright an early this morning to deliver our new fireplace mantel. His family fell a some trees a few years ago and had them milled into giant timbers. This beauty has been sitting in Chino’s garage for about 5 years. Apparently a real fireplace matle isn’t in my budget, so were going to use this instead.

measuring for a fireplace mantel

Chino is all about saving money on this project. In fact the backslash tile for the laundry room is some random, leftover stuff from another job he’s had sitting in his warehouse for the past two years. I have no idea what it even looks like. But I trust him, so I’m just going with it. eight inch timber for wood mantel

What do you think? The beam is about 12 inches wide {plenty of room for candles and knick knacks} and about 4 1/2″ inches thick. I think it will look nice once it’s cut and stained.

cabinets in boxes

And the new kitchen cabinets.

White kitchen cabinets

They’re here! And I love them. Clean, crisp and WHITE. The HH will be picking up the nickle cup bin pulls I picked out on his way home from work today. I have always wanted white cabinets. And now that the kids are older, I can have them and not have to worry about sticky hands or having to constantly wipe them down.

Yee Haw, the finish line is in sight. I can smell it. Only about 4 more weeks to go!

~Mavis

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7 Tips for Getting Kids to Bed on Time

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7 Tips for Getting Kids to Bed on Time

One of the reason I used to love summer is that we could relax a little bit on the strict bedtime routine that the school year required.  I didn’t sweat it as much if the kids were still un-showered and playing outside as dusk fell.  When the school year returned, though, that laid back attitude did not fly.  I was strict about bedtimes, and for a couple of reasons.

One, I was usually spent by the end of the day.  I was ready for some R&R–or at the very least, less noise.  Two, if my kids didn’t get enough sleep, they were bears to deal with the next day.  They were whiney in the morning, and quick to tears by the evening.  So, at the Butterfield house, bedtime became a pretty strict business.  Getting them into that routine, however, wasn’t always easy.  Life obligations occasionally got in the way, and there was nothing I could do about that.

If you are struggling to get back into a bedtime routine, here are some tips to help you get the kiddos all nestled into their beds, so that you can curl up with a book…or just sit and stare blankly at a wall in peace.

  1. About and hour or two before bedtime offer a final snack.  Make sure that they know that this is the last call for the kitchen.  That way, they can’t pull, “I’m huuunngry,” right as you tell them it’s time for bed.
  2. Decide on a bedtime.  This is non-negotiable.  It means you may have to say no to other activities.  If 8 p.m. is bedtime, then make it a priority and avoid being out past 8 p.m. if at all possible.
  3. Create a bedtime routine.  If baths are part of your nightly ritual, start them about 45 minutes BEFORE lights out.  Bathe, brush teeth, read a book.  Your child will start to associate the routine with bedtime, and eventually, their bodies will comply.
  4. If you have a child that is resistant to bedtimes, be firm, but don’t let them see you get riled up {waaaay easier said than done!}.  If they keep getting out of bed, don’t say a word, simply gently guide them back into bed.  The key is not to speak.  They want attention–any will do.  The less you give, the less fun staying awake becomes.  You may have to escort them back to bed several times a night for several nights.  If you remain firm, they WILL stay in bed…eventually.
  5. Rest assured that you are doing them a favor.  Sleep is when their bodies regenerate.  They need it for their health.  By strictly enforcing bedtime, you are giving their health a priority.  Plain and simple.  Seriously, changing your mindset about it will totally change the mood of bedtime.
  6. For older kids, allow a little personal time in bed.  Allow them to read for 15 minutes before lights out.  Tell them what time you want lights out and then act as though you are giving them soooo much freedom by allowing them 15 minutes to unwind in bed.  Older kids eat that stuff up.
  7. Go to bed yourself.  Kids are watching–they know if YOU are making sleep a priority.  If you have a strict bedtime for yourself, make sure to play up each morning how chipper and rested you feel.  It may seem overdone, but little ones are creating habits, and a lot of times, they create their habits by watching you.

I know lots of you have great tips for getting your kids to bed on time…make sure to share the love in the comments below!

~Mavis

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How I Bartered My Mad Painting Skills for a $100 Starbucks Gift Card

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paint on pants

Word on the street is I like to paint. I honestly have no idea how this {misleading} information got out, but apparently it has and in the past 5 days I’ve been asked by 2 different people if I would come over and paint a few rooms in their homes. And yes, these are both able bodied people.

This should be a lesson to us all NOT to post pictures on Instagram of us painting our kitchens because no sooner than it pops up in your friends news feed, your phone won’t stop ringing.

But hey, it’s not like I have anything else to do right now, right? ;)

laundry baskets

So when Mrs. Hillbilly asked if I would paint her daughters room, my mind started churning out questions like:

1. Why don’t you paint her room? {She didn’t want to. Plain and simple}

2. How much did you say the Painter Man was going to charge? {$500}

3. Did that include paint and supplies {Yes}

4. Does your washer and dryer work? {Yes}

lucy the puggle dog

5. Can I bring my {sneaky} dog? Really, she’s no trouble at all. {loooong pause}. ;)

6. Okay, I’ll do it for a $100 gift card to Starbucks. {Because getting paid cash is no fun}.

painting furniture black

So yesterday I loaded up the back of my car with 3 loads of laundry, Lucy the puggle trouble and headed back to my old neighborhood to paint Mrs. HB’s daughters bedroom and bathroom. It took me about 6 1/2 hours and she even made me a turkey sandwich {how sweet}.

While I masked off the walls and rolled on two coats of paint {bright colors can be tricky!} Mrs. HB painted her daughters bedroom furniture black {instead of buying something new} and by the end of the day we had caught up on the latest gossip and was able to spend some productive time together.

Starbucks gift card

Bartering your time for something frivolous is fun. Especially when it involves an unlimited supply of  hot cocoa and tea. Well, at least until the gift card run out that is…

~Mavis

Whats this best thing you’ve bartered for lately?

 

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Free Kindle Books, Little Black Dress Sale, Magazine Deals, Win Free Berries for a Year and More

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artichoke flower

Living in the Seattle area is a blast this time of year. Sheesh, I though my house was going to wash away last night with all the rain we had. Water is cool and all, but holy buckets man, enough is enough.

If it’s raining in your neck of the woods today, hopefully you can stay dry.

Mavis

Adjustable Step ladder

Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day – Select Step 5-Feet to 8-Feet 300-Pound Duty Rating Adjustable Step ladder $168 shipped. So far 2 contractors have used this type of a ladder in the last 3 weeks working on our house. So apparently, it’s awesome possum!

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Available Kindle Books I think are cool…

The prices on Kindle Books can change quickly, so grab them while you can. Don’t have a Kindle? Download the kindle app on your other devices. It’s easy! :)

how-to-make-bat-cookies-halloweenI get that the ingredients in a frosted sugar cookie remain the same regardless of how they are decorated, but I swear they taste better when they are all decorated up for Halloween! Check out my Halloween Frosted Sugar Cookies HERE. Find more cool projects on my Halloween Pinterest Board.

little black dress

6pm is having a great sale on little black dresses, here are just a few of my favorites

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My 3 favorite magazines are on sale!!! Grab a couple of these for gifts this winter!!

These deals will expire Wednesday, October 22nd at midnight EST.

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Check out these great deals on garden goodies I spotted:

driscolls berry contest

Enter to win the Driscoll’s Berrylicious Grilled Cheese Sweepstakes for your chance to win a Breville Sandwich Grill and Berries for a Year. Wahooo! I just entered.

Enter by October 27th, 2014. One entry per person and one winner will be notified by email a week after contest ends.

Blackberry Ricotta Scones

These Blackberry Ricotta Scones  are so good right out of the oven. Or cold. Or at midnight. Or, well, anytime. Get the recipe HERE or Pin it for Later.

angel soft toilet paper

Stock up and save on these deals:

If you are an Amazon Prime Member or have Amazon Mom, you can save up to 20% on Subscribe & Save items when you place 5 or more orders in a month. :)

Tree Face Spirit with Pipe Plaque

Amazon has the Tree Face Spirit with Pipe Plaque on sale for $10.95. These are so much fun! Our neighbor has one on his tree and it makes me smile every time I see it.

butterfly wall decals stickersI ordered these 3D Butterfly Wall Stickers for my daughter and her roommate’s dorm room a few days ago and I couldn’t stop thinking about them, so I ordered myself a set too for just $3.99 shipped because butterflies are RAD! ;)

the body shop sale

For a limited time, Save up to 50% off off Bath and Body Products from The Body Shop. Shower Gels are just $4.00 and Body Butters only $10.00! Shop the Sale.

clara clark sheets

Sleep tight, and don’t let the bed bugs bite…

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Freezer Meal – Black Bean and Pumpkin Chili

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Freezer Meal - Black Bean and Pumpkin Chili

You know how you take a thing you love {chili} and add just one little ingredient {pumpkin} and it changes everything. Well that just happened. This black bean and pumpkin chili is AH-Mazing. It’s really seasonal {pumpkins are all the rage this month!} and perfect for those cold fall nights. Plus, as a freezer meal, it’s really quick to prepare and serve.

Freezer Meal - Black Bean and Pumpkin Chili

Ingredients

2 medium onions, chopped
2 medium sweet yellow peppers, chopped {How to freeze peppers}
2 tablespoons olive oil
4 garlic cloves, minced
4 cups chicken broth
4 {15 oz} cans black beans, rinsed and drained
3 lbs ground beef, cooked and drained {I used Zaycon Beef}
2 {15 oz} cans pumpkin puree {How to make pumpkin puree}
2 {14.5 oz} cans diced tomatoes, undrained
4 teaspoons dried parsley flakes
4 teaspoons chili powder
3 teaspoons dried oregano
3 teaspoons ground cumin
1 teaspoon salt

Freezer Meal - Black Bean and Pumpkin Chili

Directions
In a large skillet, saute the onion and yellow pepper in the olive oil for about 2 minutes or until tender. Add the garlic and cook for an additional minute. Transfer the mixture to a large slow cooker. Add the remaining ingredients and stir to combine. Cover and cook on low for 5 hours or high for 3.

To freeze, let chili cool completely and then divide and transfer to freezer bags {check out how I freeze my sauces and soups} or storage containers. When ready to serve, remove bag from freezer and thaw. Heat on stovetop or microwave until heated through. Enjoy.

Looking for more easy freezer meals? Check out my Freezer Meals recipe index. slow cooker crock pot cookbook My favorite Crock Pot - Crock-Pot Cook’ N Carry 6-Quart Portable Slow Cooker My Favorite Slow Cooker Cookbook - Fix-It and Forget-It Big Cookbook: 1400 Best Slow Cooker Recipes!

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10 Ways to Make Your Produce Last Longer

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10 Ways to Make Your Produce Last LongerFood waste is a bummer.  Even more of a bummer is wasting your hard earned money by having produce go bad before you have a chance to use it.  Properly storing produce is key when it comes to getting the longest life out of it.  Here’s a couple of tips to keep your produce fresher longer:How to Organize Your Refrigerator to Reduce Food Waste

  1. Keep your fridge clean.  Mold spores from aging food don’t discriminate between that 5 day left-over casserole and your newly purchased cucumbers.  Keeping the fridge clean will keep those spores at bay.
  2. Keep fresh food away from your oven/stove.  If your bananas are hanging near a heat source, especially if you have a gas stove, it increases the amount of ethylene gas and sends the ripening process into hyperdrive.odd shaped potatoes
  3. Potatoes and apples will help each other out.  Apples slow down the sprouting process on potatoes.
  4. Wrap your lettuce in a paper towel and change it frequently.  Moisture will ruin a head a lettuce lightening fast.  The paper towel will absorb excess moisture.How to Make Berries Last Longer
  5. Clean produce with 1 part vinegar and 10 parts water.  It’s a great all-purpose fruit and veggie cleaner, plus it removes mold spores which will buy you a couple of extra days at least.
  6. Store your ginger in the freezer.  It will last for basically ever and it is super easy to peel and grate when it is frozen.blueberry orange spinach smoothies
  7. If you know you won’t be able to get to fruits/veggies in time, consider chopping and freezing them for health packed smoothies {HERE are some of my favorite smoothie recipes}.
  8. If you have excess herbs or know you won’t use them in time, try freezing them in olive oil.
  9. Bananas will last longer if you wrap them in plastic wrap.
  10. Some fruits produce more ethylene gas than others, so it’s best not to store them with more sensitive fruits and veggies.  Here’s a quick list of the worst offenders:  apricots, avocados, bananas, cantaloupes, honeydew, kiwis, mangoes, nectarines, papayas, peaches, pears, plums, and tomatoes.  They will make produce like apples, cucumbers, lettuce, carrots, broccoli, green beans, etc. go bad much, much faster.

What is your BEST tip for lengthening the life of your produce?

~Mavis

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How I Feed My Family for $100 a Month – Week 41 of 52

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costco rebate check shopping trip

Costco – Free! 

It was like I won the lottery. Seriously. Although tempted to buy the giant Costco  92″ bear  I decided to spend my whole Costco rebate check on food. Yep. I’m totally exciting that way. ;)

Dave’s Killer Bread for the HH, Doritos and Mrs. Buttersworth’s syrup for Monkey Boy and Dubliner cheese for me. Yay! I also stocked on the basics like flour, sugar, rice, potatoes and onions. My total came to around $207 and so they gave me the rest in cash. Weee! Free groceries and a free lunch. Can’t beat that!

chicken stirfry

And since I finally broke down and bought an electric skillet last week  {did you see that sweet picture I posted in Instagram?} , I also picked up chicken, fresh veggies, eggs and breakfast weenies too. Real food!! Wahooo.

costco rebate check

So you are probably wondering what on earth I purchased at Costco in the past year to have earned this rebate check. Well for starters, my parents give us a Costco membership every year for Christmas. Which is totally cool because even though there are a lot of benefits to owning a Costco membership, $110 a year is still kind of high in my opinion.

So what did we buy? Mostly mattresses and bed frames for our place on the East Coast. And of course there’s all that lawn fertilizer, man clothing, and Costco food court weenies the HH buys there throughout the year as well. Oh and a new camera for me {because I busted mine this past summer after owning it for 3 years} and The Girl Who Thinks She’s a Birds graduation present as well. It adds up let me tell you. Quick.

kashi cinnamon harvest cereal

Amazon Subscribe and Save Deals $18.67

I picked up 4 boxes of Kashi Chewy Honey Almond Flax Bars for $8.34 and 4 boxes of  Kashi Organic Promise Cereal, Cinnamon Harvest for $10.33. I’m not sure if the deals are still available but I should be receiving my box from Amazon later today.

cougar mountain cookie dough

Smith Brothers Farm - Sponsored

A strange phenomenon is happening at our house. Our milk isn’t getting guzzled down like it use to. I attribute this to not having a kitchen area because of the remodel.  Luckily the cabinets and oven should be in place by the weekend {I won’t have a sink or a counter top though} so instead of ordering regular milk this week {we still have 2 cartons in the fridge} I thought I would grab some Cougar Mountain Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough and bake some cookies this weekend. {Fingers crossed!} I also picked up a half gallon of Chocolate Milk for Monkey Boy, and a tub of Greek Gods Honey Yogurt for the HH.

How did you do this week? Have you found anything good at Costco lately?

~Mavis

Total Spent This Week $18.67
Total Spent Year to Date $1503.02 
{Over for the year!} :(

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Free Kindle Books, Jewelry, Advent Calendars, Keen Shoe Sale, Coupons and More

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7 minute marshmallow frosting

Last night our sweet little 85 year old neighbor lady brought over Monkey Boy’s homemade birthday cake as promised. I don’t know who had more fun, her making it or Monkey Boy receiving it. Talk about the sweetest thing ever. There were hugs all around and we had giant smiles on our faces for a good twenty minutes or so. :)

Have a great Monday everyone,

Mavis

sony exmor camera

Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day - Sony High-Definition POV Action Video Camera HDR $139.99 shipped! Just in time for the holidays!!  The Sony® HDR-AS30V ships with a ruggedized, waterproof housing with universal tripod mount that is built to handle extreme environments, allowing you to concentrate on safety and composition while capturing Full HD videos.

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Available Kindle Books I think are cool…

The prices on Kindle Books can change quickly, so grab them while you can. Don’t have a Kindle? Download the kindle app on your other devices. It’s easy! :)

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Red Alert!!!

Zulily has Keens for the whole family on sale today with saving up to 60% off! The Forest Night Nashoba CNX Leather Closed-Toe Sandal for kids is only $19.99!! {Normally $50!} New to Zulily? Go HERE to Sign Up or HERE to start shopping.

Halloween-Party-Ideas-and-Recipes-Deviled-Egg-Spiders

I LOVE deviled eggs. It would scare you how many I can eat in one sitting. You know what else would scare you? These creepy Deviled Egg Spiders. Get the recipe HERE. Find more cool projects on my Halloween Pinterest Board.

birthstone necklace

Cents of Style is offering a Birthstone Necklace for just$4.99 & FREE SHIPPING as long as supplies last. This would make a great stocking stuffer!!! Buy a Birthstone Necklace before they’re all gone!

Graco Highback TurboBooster Car Seat,

Right now you can get the Graco Highback TurboBooster Car Seat for just $34.99

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Top Groupon Deals:

deals on heaters

It’s starting to get a little chilly… so here are a few deals on heaters:

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Amazon has the HIGHLY Rated Heavenly Microfiber Goose Down Alternative Duvet Insert/Comforter on sale as well. Check out these prices:

 

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Pop on over to MyPublisher to get a FREE 20-page hardcover photo book! Simply enter your email address and a coupon code will sent to your inbox for a FREE 20-page hardcover photo book . Then enter that code at checkout for your discount. Easy peasy!

This deal is for new customers only and expires 10/31. Shipping begins at $5.99}.

The North Face Altimont Hoodie

6pm has the The North Face Altimont Hoodie on sale for $41.99 shipped and there are 7 colors to choose from. See all the colors HERE.

american girl giveaway

Enter to Win an American Girl Samantha Doll. A doll a day is being given away through the end of the year.

advent calendars for kids

Advent Calendars the the best! I used to get these for my kids when they were younger and they loved waking up every morning to find out what was behind the little door. Here are a few I spotted:

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Weekly Meal Plan – Menu Plan Ideas Week 42 of 52

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menu plan ideas

Even though I don’t make a weekly menu plan, I still love the idea of having a bunch of recipes right in front of me to choose from. Here are a few recipes from my recipe collection I thought you might like:

Sugar-Crusted Popovers recipeBreakfast Ideas 

Popovers – Delicious flakey bread?  Yes, please.  And, I recommend smothering it butter and honey.    {Pin for Later}
Banana Bread with Walnuts, Coconut and Chocolate Chips - If you don’t like walnuts, coconut or chocolate chips, just leave them out.  It won’t change the deliciousness of this basic banana bread recipe.  {Pin for Later}
Ham and Broccoli Breakfast Casserole – This is the perfect way to sneak veggies into breakfast–smother them with cheese and potatoes.  :) {Pin for Later}
Chocolate Crepes with Bananas – This is the perfect weekend breakfast.  The kids will love them, and you will feel like a gourmet chef.  {Pin for Later}

Cooking-Ground-Beef-in-the-Crock-PotSlow Cooker  and Freezer Meal Ideas

White Bean Chicken Chili – Fall is officially here, which means bring on the soups and chilis.  {Pin for Later}
Crock Pot Ground Beef with Taco Seasoning – The only way to make taco night easier is to have the meat ready and waiting when you walk in the door.  Throw out some tortillas and bam!  Dinner is served.  {Pin for Later}
Chicken with Rice Pilaf Freezer Meal – This recipe will make enough to have one tonight, and still put one in the freezer.  {Pin for Later}
Penne with Marinara Sauce and Meatballs Freezer Meal- Have any award banquest/end of season parties coming up for the kiddos?  This is the perfect dish to bring.  Make it now, take it out when you need it.  {Pin for Later}

Chicken-Casserole-with-Mashed-Potato-ToppingSoups , Salads and Main Dish Ideas

Chicken Casserole with Mashed Potato Topping – This is one of those all-in-one meals with everything you like, nothing you don’t.  {Pin for Later}
Simple Lasagna Recipe – Lasagna is a classic that never gets old.  {Pin for Later}
Maple – Soy Chicken Thighs – I love baked chicken, and I loved it even more with this marinade.  {Pin for Later}
Vegan Hubbard Squash Soup – This recipe alone is a reason to grow hubbard squash.  {Pin for Later}

Easy-Recipes-for-Kids-Popcorn-in-a-BagCookies,  Snacks and Desserts

Cranberry Shortbread Cookies – This recipe only makes 12 cookies, so you can indulge, and then they are gone.  {Pin for Later}
White Bean Dip with Sun Dried Tomatoes – This is hummus…on crack.  It. Is. To. Die. For. {Pin for Later}
Cinnamon and Spiced Candied Nuts - This will make the whole house smell like fall.  They make a great addition to the kids’ lunch too.  {Pin for Later}
Popcorn in a Bag – This makes a quick and CHEAP after school snack.  Bonus:  it isn’t loaded with all the nasty chemicals that are in regular microwave popcorn.  {Pin for Later}

pear butter recipeCanning Recipe of the Week

Old Fashioned Pear Butter – If you have never tried pear butter, you are seriously in for a treat.  It’s sooooo good on toast or pancakes.  {Pin for Later}

What are YOU planning on making this week?

~Mavis

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The Problem with Having a Vacation Home

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crazy iphone text messagesWhat would you do?

~Mavis

 

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