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I write about all sorts of yummy things I create in the kitchen as well as my little projects, interior design, family, travel and the things I tinker with. I love to get comments on my blog. I'd love to hear from you. Sign up to get updates in your Inbox. I don't post every day so you won't be flooded with emails. Enjoy!

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Five Tips for Staying Sane While Working From Home

New Zealand has now been in official complete lock down for 10 days and I’ve been meaning to write this post since day one (work has been crazy)! As I sit here in my beautiful house with my amazing family, I’m thinking about how my experience over the last ten years of working from home can help others, so I thought I’d share my tips:

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Carol Karl

April 2, 2020

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Hand Sanitizer and Zumba

This morning I went down to Moore Wilson to buy hand sanitizer. I have been meaning to make some, but I just haven’t had time ...

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Carol Karl

March 15, 2020

Recipes

Keto Crunch Cereal Recipe

For me, Keto breakfasts are the hardest. I often don’t have breakfast because I am fasting but when I do, it’s almost always a protein shake...

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Carol Karl

January 25, 2020

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Lockwood Renovation Part 7 - New Lights

I thought I’d share with you our new lights and talk a bit about the wiring in our 1970s Lockwood.

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Carol Karl

January 22, 2020

Recipes

Low Carb Vanilla Ice Cream

Who doesn't love ice cream? So when my family decided to move to a keto, sugar free lifestyle I absolutely had to figure out a way to still have this treat.

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Carol Karl

January 12, 2020

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2019 In Review

I can’t say that 2019 was a great year for me ...

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Carol Karl

January 1, 2020

Renovate

Lockwood Renovation Part 6 - Where to Buy a Kitchen

Where to buy a kitchen is a really good question especially if you have a limited budget and you know that the kitchen is going to be an important part of your home life. Here's how we came up with our final choice.

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Carol Karl

December 30, 2019

Create

How To Make A Christmas Wreath From A Plastic Tablecloth

Here's how to make a Christmas Wreath that will survive outdoors in any weather. It's also really inexpensive and super easy to make.

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Carol Karl

December 11, 2019