I’ve found a few key ways to combat the massive amounts of dog hair! Porter still sheds just as much, but I’ve figured out more efficient and effective ways to pick up all those fur balls + keep our house fresh & clean.
It is exhilarating and refreshing to no longer run from yourself. The ability to embrace yourself, your flaws, your desires, and your being is insanely powerful.
But… it took us listing our house on the market to do something about our bathroom. It’s by no means my dream bathroom, but it’s leaps and bounds better than before! Yes, everyone thought I was insane for wanting to paint my bathroom black, but I did it anyways. That’s just how I roll.
We try really hard to keep our home minimal, but still cozy, and accumulating decor that can only be used for a few weeks of the year doesn’t seem very intentional. Here are some quick and easy ways to make your home feel like fall without buying plastic pumpkins!
I was so busy this summer that I never had the chance to buy flowers for our front porch, so with fall just around the corner, I’m loving the excuse to deck out the house (in reality, just the front porch) in cozy fall goodness.
We all know that working out is good for your mind and your body, so why don’t we make it a priority? Research shows an amazing correlation between working out and success (whatever you may define as success).
I know some bloggers that are making over $5,000/month with affiliate marketing alone!
Why is it so hard to make friends as an adult? I brought this topic up on Instagram over a year ago and I’ve never seen so many women relate to something. Maybe you haven’t moved recently but you are finding that your past friendships are slowly dissolving. Early adulthood is strange like that. We go from being surrounded by close friends every single day to living completely different lives. People get married, have kids, move away and start moving into different life stages.
For as long as I can remember, I have suffered from chronic migraines and headaches. In fact, they have been so bad for the last 10 years that they have affected my relationships and life in the past. It didn’t take long living with a doctor to open up a conversation about treatment. My husband is a caretaker on so many levels and all he wanted was for me to feel better and take my life back. He recommended a family doctor for me to go see and the road to getting my headaches under control began.
The laundry room is painted! That is as far as we have gotten over the past week and a half, but progress is progress, so I am celebrating. If you didn’t see our mudroom/laundry room before we get started, go look at those photos!