Ever since I started writing down my New Year’s resolutions, I like to pause during the month of June and reflect: What were my goals? What progress have I made? How do I need to pivot in the remaining six months of the year?
I’ll be honest, this year’s goals are not going well. Due to my leg injury, my running goals have been on hold. My idea to try something new every month has fallen apart. And I haven’t really put any serious effort to my goal of making my home a haven. Since this is something that’s within my control, I think this is where I want to focus my energy for the remainder of 2023.
Spring is still technically over a month away, but I’m already starting to feel the spring cleaning/home improvement urges sneaking in.
This weekend, I decided to tackle a project I’ve been putting off for years: replacing window screens.
Nothing about the project is particularly hard, I just didn’t want to do it. But after staring at ripped up screens day after day, I realized it was time. Now, I wish I had done it sooner!
In my opinion, no Thanksgiving is complete without pumpkin pie. Though, sweet potato pie is an acceptable substitute.
But once the classics are covered, it’s nice to have other options on the table (pun intended). That’s where this recipe round-up comes in! I’m sharing 5 recipes that still deliver all the traditional fall flavors in less traditional ways.
I know it’s not officially fall just yet, but I’m already getting into the fall crafting spirit!
In today’s post, I’m sharing the top five crafting/DIY projects that have caught my attention this year.
A glass of champagne (or your favorite sparkling wine) is pretty much synonymous with New Year’s Eve. But if you’re looking to add a new twist to the holiday staple, or picked up a bottle of champagne that’s not exactly the best tasting, I’ve got you covered!
Have you picked up any new hobbies in 2020? In my first ever guest post on the blog, my sister (Thanks,Ali!) shares her story of how she discovered paint by number art sets while wandering the aisles of Ross and some of her favorite projects so far.
Without further ado, let’s dive in!
This summer, I was supposed to take my first ever trip to the British Virgin Islands. But, as you can imagine, 2020 completely threw those plans out the window. So, with a week of PTO already on the calendar, my husband and I decided to tackle a home project we’ve long been talking about– installing luxury vinyl plank.
With temperatures heating up in Florida, I beginning to feel the itch to do a deep spring cleaning of my house. I’m talking everything— the closets, the junk drawer, the pantry, that weird cabinet by the front door I never open (and who knows what’s in it?!). So, to make sure I don’t give up after one closet, I’ve compiled a list of inspiration to keep myself going.