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7 Ideas for an At-Home New Years Eve

New Years Eve may look a little different this year; but there are ways to still make the night memorable. Here are seven ideas for a festive at-home celebration!

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I’m Miranda.
You can find me in Indianapolis, Indiana with my hubby Andrew, daughter Ryan and our pup Porter. I believe everyone has the power to create a home, life & business that they LOVE.
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Halloween is over and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Here’s a glimpse of our Thanksgiving tablescape.

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Is it just me– or are men hard to shop for? If you find yourself in the same last-minute-shopper boat, I’ve put together a few gift guides to help you find the perfect gift for the gents in your life: from the gym buff to the tech nut and every guy in between

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Dried oranges are such a beautiful, natural, affordable, and sustainable way to decorate for the holidays!

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The fireplace is usually the first thing to decorated for the holiday season! I gathered tons of beautiful mantle inspiration, figured out what I could use that I already owned, and then I shopped a bit to finish it off.

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I can’t wait to decorate our mantle for Christmas this year! I am falling in love with the dried oranges & planning to make a string for the mantle, the tree, and then some extras for sprucing up gifts!

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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.

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3 Days on the Amalfi Coast, Italy | Miranda Schroeder Blog

I shared a lot about the stressful part of our Italy trip, but I never really got around to sharing the magical part! After six days of exhausting travel issues, we arrived on the Amalfi Coast and finally got the chance to indulge in the food, the wine, and the beautiful Tyrrhenian Sea. We spent three days on the coast. One day exploring Amalfi, one day in Positano, and one day in Ravello.

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We went to Costa Rica during rainy season. The dry season, considered summer by Costa Ricans, is from mid-November to April. Even in the rainy season, days often start sunny, with rain falling in the afternoon and evening.

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