The Makings of a Cozy Guest Bed

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Last week I shared how junky my office/guest house was getting, and wrote about my dream to make it more comfy for when we have guests. There were definitely some obstacles to making it cozy. Like the hard, cold concrete floors, the poorly insulated walls and the fact that there’s a fridge sitting right at […]

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Weekend Links

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DIY Wooden Bead Chandelier // A Beautiful Mess Paint Your Walls Black // Most Lovely Things Stress Relief Sea Salt Scrub DIY Recipe // The Vintage Whites Market Dear Daughters {on keeping Valentine’s Day simple} // Susie Davis   Homemade Chai Tea Latte // immaEATthat          

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Remember How Far You’ve Come

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today three months after we bought it the day we bought it today two weeks after we bought it the day we bought it The truth is, this house is about 25% finished. We have two bedrooms upstairs, two bathrooms and a mudroom on the main floor, and an entire basement (that flooded) that all […]

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My Office :: In Transition, Sad and Junky

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My office looks like the bottom of my purse. Full of cast offs, forgotten junk and with dirty unchewed pieces of gum floating around. If you are new here, my office is a little building attached to the back of or barn. The barn and office sit about 50 yards away from our house.  Two […]

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Weekend Links

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An Easy Armoire Makeover // House Tweaking Graphic Tied Heart // A Subtle Revelry   Successful Houseplants // Mustard Seed Interiors Is Consuming Less the Answer to Creating More // Darling Magazine   A Tasty Strawberry Coconut Milk Recipe // The Glitter Guide   Podcast ep. 20: Better Than Before with Gretchen Rubin // The […]

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Compassion Bloggers in Ecuador

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I’m a big fan of Compassion International, we sponsor three teenage boys (actually two now, one just graduated) and I’ve traveled to Africa twice with Compassion. I always look forward to following the Compassion bloggers on their trips and today I wanted to share some links with you so you could follow along too…   […]

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