Now that we are in the ‘ber months, it’s the time to start cleaning out your decorations. Go through what you have for Halloween, Christmas, and Thanksgiving, and make sure that everything works, anything that’s broken gets thrown out and anything you haven’t used in a couple of years can get donated. This way, you…
Hosting the perfect indoor/outdoor party can be a little difficult, but not when you follow our tips. These types of parties are perfect for taking advantage of the beautiful spring nights, as well as work well for smaller spaces in that your guests can be more spread out rather than crammed into one small space….
Whether you’ve changed up your color scheme or just aren’t using certain ornaments or decorations anymore, donate them. If they’re in good shape, give to those less fortunate, and help them have the decorations for Christmas.
No one is perfect, no not even your neighbor who seems to have it all together. I know so much of our time spent is trying to be a perfect person, with the perfect life, but that’s just not reality. So instead, let’s try to embrace imperfections. I’ve always been a perfectionist, even when I…
When you’re putting up holiday decorations, decorate one room at a time. You’ll see immediate results, and feel less overwhelmed than jumping around from one room to another, never really completing one.
If you’ve gotten a live Christmas tree, make sure to give it a day or two to fall down before decorating. This allows it to resume its natural shape.
Now that Thanksgiving is over, you can officially decorate for Christmas! (If you couldn’t hold off that long, it’s ok) . Pick one room at a time to decorate, and completely finish that room with your color and decor scheme.