Typically in our household I am the one who takes care of our meals. I like to. I enjoy cooking, I’m good at it, and other than bbq-ing I usually don’t shy away from anything. (Why would I bbq when I have the grill master to take care of that! Except this one time we did a cedar plank salmon that spontaneously combusted within 2 min on the grill… that story is for another day)
Ok that’s a total lie. I don’t like everything… I’m not really a huge fan of left overs. Unless it is a hot turkey sandwich after Christmas or Thanksgiving.. . I’ll pass.
Continue reading Loaded Potato & Bacon Soup
Looking through bedroom designs makes me incredibly sleepy… so before I doze off, I want to share this bedroom which I would probably never leave. From the over-sized headboard to the knit throw, I can totally see myself hiding under these blankets all day.
Want the look? I did some sale shopping to recreate this look and you can find all the links here for up to 70% off!
Pillows – Bay Days is here! Shop discounted pillows in all shapes and sizes
Knit Throw – Hudson Bay is one of my favorite places for linens and bedding. Shop Bay Days while it lasts!
Over-sized Headboard – Since my little Emmett was born, getting out and about isn’t always as easy! That’s why I love shopping Wayfair from the comfort of home!
Side table lamps – These sleek and simple bamboo side table lamps from Pottery Barn are so versatile for any room
Duvet – This duvet is from The Bay is hypoallergenic … and also almost 50% off!
There has never been a more accurate title for a book… ever. If you haven’t read this book yet then you most certainly may have heard of it. It’s been on the Best Sellers list forever, and for good reason. How could a book on tidying up be a Best Seller you ask? Because of the life-changing part. This small but mighty read will not only change the space you live in, but it will change the WAY you live in it.
Here is what you can expect to learn from this work of art by Marie Kondo – in a snapshot:
1. Pick one category in your home at a time: Kondo really leads you on this journey step by step. She suggests starting with clothing and finishing with emotional and sentimental items. Kinda of easing you into this life changing lifestyle. Thanks Marie, I needed the baby steps.
Continue reading Book Report: What I learned from “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.”