Design and DIY

    How to Design After a Breakup

    August 21, 2018

    Breaking up is hard to do… or so they say. But do you know what’s even harder? The aftermath. The messy stuff. Divvying up belongings that you once owned together. Living civilly in the same house until it sells. Figuring out who gets to keep the dog. Compared to all of that, breaking up is a walk in the park. And to be honest, there were times when Brian and I considered staying together because it was so much easier. With that being said, here’s Tip #1 on How to Design After a Breakup: Get Out! Once the decision has been made to split, do yourself a favor and trust that it was the right decision. Don’t second guess. Don’t look back. And most importantly, don’t try to cohabit with your ex. One or both of you need to move out of your current place in order to start healing.

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    Father’s Day DIY Gift Basket

    This post was sponsored by Keurig®, but as always all thoughts and opinions are genuinely my own. With Father’s Day right around the corner I’m sure you’ve come to the conclusion that shopping for…

    June 12, 2018
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    The Coffee Cart is The New Bar Cart

    This post was sponsored by Keurig®, but as always all thoughts and opinions are genuinely my own. Does anyone else have a neglected piece of furniture in their home? Maybe it’s the piano, a…

    May 4, 2018
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    How to Navigate Facebook Marketplace like a Boss

    Move over Craigslist! I’ve found a better place to score my vintage furniture: Facebook Marketplace aka The Land of The Hidden Gems. With less spam and an easier way to communicate (Messaging > E-mailing),…

    March 22, 2018
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    Easy Ikea Alex Desk Hack

    Three weeks ago my client and I fell in love. NO, NOT WITH EACH OTHER! With a desk. The IKEA Linnmon/Alex Desk to be exact. Except there was one major problem: Dimensions! Don’t you…

    March 12, 2018