Up on the docket today are these quick and easy (and healthy!) baked eggplant parmesan bites! They are so simple to make and require some ingredients you may even have on hand. This recipe is great for families who do meatless Monday or are just looking for a healthy veggie alternative! We made these healthier over the years by baking the breaded eggplant instead of frying them. Make these eggplant parmesan bites your go-to recipe just as we have over the years! Your toddlers may even love them as well! *gasp!*

This past weekend was amazingly sunny and in the mid 80’s here in NC! It brought me right back to our time camping at the lake last year and made me miss it so bad! But!…this time has given us a few moments to go through our RV, clean it out and figure out all the stuff we’ll be bringing along with us for our first trip out. These custom cornhole boards we got last year from All American Tailgate were pretty much first on the list of needing to come with us! Come along and check them out!

Hello there and happy Wednesday to you! We are starting to go through all of our RV stuff since getting back from our long trip back in January! Eeeesh! We’ve been putting it off but now that the weather is breaking a little here in NC, there’s no excuse not to get it done. Once the camper is clean, we can start to organize it again to get it ready for another camping season! Whoohoo!

Anyways, as we have been going through some of our organizational bins and storage items that we bought last year, it made me want share some of our awesome finds with you guys! We rounded up 21 unique Container Store finds for your home and RV! Check them out!

So, I have to admit, we haven’t had any bad dump station encounters or traumatizing poop stories to tell you from our time RVing. Maybe it’s luck? Maybe it’s preparation? Maybe it’s both? But either way, what I do know is heading to the dump station is probably the least favorite part for any RV owner out there. Since we HAVE to do it, might as well make it as organized, clean, and as seamless of a process as possible. Because let’s face it, you can be in the most beautiful place on earth, parked next to the most gorgeous lake or beach, but if you have poop on your hands, it’s not a fun time. 

You guys! It dawned on me that our family has now been using Instacart and getting our groceries delivered at our home for a full year!…and let me tell you, I don’t think we will ever NOT use an online grocery service from here on out. I think I even have the hubs hooked! We are both obsessed with using Instacart not only for the hassle and time savings, but we found that we actually started saving money. Yes, you read that right! We started S.A.V.I.N.G. money! Instacart for us means more homemade meals, less food waste, more money in our pockets and more time spent on stuff we need or want to be doing each week like RVing and spending time with family.

There is not much to say about Kerr Lake. Only one word comes to mind and it’s….. AH .MAY. ZING!  This is just about the only word that describes our experience on this lake in North Carolina so far. This trip was the 4th campground we have stayed at on Kerr Lake out of 6…and it definitely did not disappoint! I think we actually decided J.C. Cooper Campground at Kerr Lake is on the top of the list when it comes to campsites we love! Give us 3 things- clean sites, lake side, and awesome camping weather- and we call that one perfect weekend!

Now that we have been in our camper for a few months, we have gotten to the point where we wanted to make it functional, cozy, and well organized. We were so tired of the paper towel rolls being shoved into and out of the cabinet. They were taking up space inside the cabinet during travel. They were also hanging out on our small dining table and had an tendency to be knocked off and roll everywhere. Super annoying… It was time they needed a permanent home! Preferably without drilling since we wanted to place them right under our cabinets. So, we came up with this super quick and easy, absolutely no drill DIY paper towel holder!

We have had our camper for a few months now. Up until this point, we were really just trying to get our bearings with it. You know…learning the RV beginner stuff. But, as soon as I saw that post, I was immediately itching to run to the store for some décor! In 2.5 months, we will be living in our RV for about a month traveling the southeast U.S. It only makes sense to start making it homey! My daughter and I went out home décor shopping that weekend and got a few things. It was only like 6 items that we got, but they immediately made our camper warm and cozy. Well, here we give you 5 things you can do today to add some warm and cozy to your camper!

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