D.I.Y Therapy

I finally did it. I have been working up the courage to start a blog for sometime now because I am so passionate about the way we live as a D.I.Y family. We call it D.I.Y therapy. I’ve always been the crafty type and I love making things, but when a sudden change in health caused me to have to quit my job and we had to begin living solely on my husbands income, we had to make some financial changes. We never were an “expensive” family to begin with, but we had to become even more cheap than before. I’ve always taught my kids that its not what you want but what you already have and that you won’t always get what you want but you will always have what you need. So when things started needing repairs around the house, clothes got small tears, favorite toys were broken, and a change in decor was desired, well, we did it ourselves instead of buying new or hiring someone to fix it.

I explained all that to help you understand why we have D.I.Y therapy. Things can get really stressful as a stay at home mom, as many of you stay at home moms might know. But they become extra stressful when the kids are sick or in my case, my middle son has an Autism Spectrum Disorder, which I’ll get into in a later post. We use crafting, making(as my two year old calls it), and decorating as therapy to relax or sometimes to help my son cope with his emotions when they are on overdrive and he needs an outlet more soothing. We get our ideas for what we will do for our ” D.I.Y. of the Day” from magazines, Pinterest, Facebook, and other amazing websites we can find online. The range of ideas is endless when the internet is at your fingertips. I suggest everyone with the crafty spirit like mine get into the D.I.Y therapy. Its the best form of relaxation I’ve found and the whole family gets in on it. So not only is it relaxing, its a great way to spend time together as a family.


Follow this blog to get some amazing D.I.Y Ideas, Tips and tricks that I’ve learned over the last 3 years of being a Do-it Yourselfer! I’ll be adding new posts everyday. Also, like my Facebook page to stay up-to date on the latest blog posts and other posts that I share!


4 thoughts on “D.I.Y Therapy

  1. Thank you for following WordBowlbyMsCharlieS.com and thank you for introducing me to your DIY life! I am looking forward to trying some of your tips and reading more of your posts!


  2. Pingback: Welcome to a New Friend | A Schneltz and Living Breathing D.I.Y | Hey Sweetheart, Get Me Rewrite!

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