One Project at a Time: 9/23/14

September 23, 2014

 Welcome Fall! Is anyone else as excited about pumpkins, apple picking, changing leaves, crisp air, boots and scarves and all things Autumn, as I am?!  Not only am excited about the new season being upon us but I’m also excited to see how it all will unfold in blog-land as you all take to decorating, cooking, crafting and more over the next several weeks.

I certainly invite you all to join me today for our link party! You’re welcome to share your latest and greatest DIY projects, organizing tips and strategies, cleaning schedules, recipes and so much more. If this is your first time joining us, welcome! I’m so glad you’re here. If you don’t have a blog, I invite you to join in the fun by visiting the linking blogs to see what they’re working on. Be sure to leave them a comment letting them know you’re visiting because of todays party! And be sure to check back throughout the week as more blogs continue to link up.




If you’ve ever updated a room, you know how much time, sweat (and sometimes tears) it can take. If you’ve ever gutted a room and started over completely, you know how nice an update sounds! But no matter if you do an update or a renovation, the results are always rewarding. With a bathroom like the one Sarah’s there’s only one solution, gut it. 702 Park Project is the place to visit to see an absolutely beautiful bathroom renovation project. The tiles were surely a labor of love and the results are certainly evidence of time, sweat and maybe tears).

Historic Bathroom Redo via A Bowl Full of Lemons OPAAT




Who loves scrubbing, scrubbing some more and then scrubbing again because the first two times didn’t get the job done?! Not me; that’s for sure. After a summer of apple pies, rhubarb tarts and other scrumptious baked dishes, I noticed my oven was in desperate need of cleaning. With 4 kids and a husband that love bacon, the vent and stove top also could use some TLC. Jen, from Open Concept Organizing, has a husband who loves bacon and an oven, stove and vent suffering the same maltreatment as mine.  With her great no scrubbing tips, my kitchen will be ready for all the wonderful pumpkin pies, thanksgiving dinner and holiday cookies that I’ll soon be cooking and baking!

how to clean your oven with no scrubbing


It’s your turn to grab a button and link up! Be sure to share our party on your social media pages so even more bloggers and readers can join in the fu.


ABFOL One Project at a Time


27 comments on “One Project at a Time: 9/23/14

  1. KC Coake says:

    Thanks so much for the great party!

  2. Thanks so much for featuring our bathroom renovation! There were definitely some tears in there! 😉

    • Rachel says:

      Having unexpectedly gutted my bathroom and then a planned gutting of the kitchen, I know your pain AND joy. Your whole space is gorgeous and I hope you’re enjoying it!

  3. Kimberly says:

    Hello cute ladies! It is always a pleasure to party with you each week. I hope you get a chance to stop by our party. We would love to have you!
    Happy Tuesday! Lou Lou Girls

  4. Jen says:

    Thanks for highlighting another one of my posts! There are so many great ideas shared here each week and it’s an honor to be a part of it.

  5. Great site. A lot of helpful info here. I’m sending it to some buddies ans additionally sharing in delicious.
    And certainly, thank you for your effort!

  6. Christy says:

    I’m not sure how this works, and I’m probably too late, but I added my link. There’s so much here, I’ll be busy all night!

  7. Ҡeep on working, great job!

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