Getting back into the routine of school can be a frustrating transition after a summer of playing. But putting together a homework station for your kids can help motivate them to do what they need to. By organizing all the things they need for school work, they’ll be super super prepared for any assignments!
I love changing up the colors of my house, but sometimes I get overwhelmed with all the paint options out there. So many beautiful colors, and so few walls. To make the process easier, I’ve gathered some of the best paint colors together–hopefully you’ll find one that’s perfect for your home.
So, I freely admit that my home office is the most cluttered and least human-appropriate room in my whole house. So…really this is kinda selfish post. I needed it! The best ways to revamp that difficult space are right here, my friends. Wave goodbye to the old and ugly, usher in the new and fantastic.
So you want to be a hero, kid? Well, whoop de do. Kidding. It really is hero time now. Hero on the deck. This post gives some ideas for those who are building, cleaning, and decorating the deck space. You can go the distance!
Chalkboards are fun. As trite as that sounds, it’s the truth. Now here’s another fact: Calendars are a necessity for life. Now, what about combining those two wonderful things into one perfect fabulous idea? A chalkboard calendar? A delightful way to keep track of things.
There are few things more frustrating than a jumbled mess of wrapping supplies. For some reason, keeping things clutter-free is ridiculously hard. Solution: organize wrapping supplies and keep your stress and your clutter under control. Here are a few ideas to end your wrapping nightmare.
So, the kitchen. A very important part, if not the most essential part of a home (if you’re asking me, anyways). Also a very problematic part of a home, let’s be honest. It can be difficult to keep things looking as posh and sophisticated as you need them to be. So, here’s a few ideas