4 Face Masks to Celebrate Self Love and to Make for Yourself Today!

It’s Valentines week! And everything is pink, red, and amazing (I’ll have my own pink, red, and amazing recipe to share tomorrow!). In all that hubbub, and expense, expectation, and media flurry it’s easy to not feel very loved. But having some self-love techniques in your back pocket is an easy way to layer on […]

Home Tour- Movement and Cozy, workout and play space.

Our home is small and every room must do double (or triple!) duty. We decided to forgo using the largest space as our bedroom, or the girls’, and instead made it a community space. It is my office, our workout room, yoga room, cozy reading nook (one of a few of those!), and space for big […]

Giving the Bathroom a Micro-Makeover! How to make your space guest (even your littlest guests) friendly.

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone.  #QuiltedHoliday #CollectiveBias As a family of four in a small home with one bathroom, we are used to sharing and using space as wisely as possible. But adding in guests, holidays, and potty training kiddos to the mix? Whoa. We […]

Small Home Love, Living Room Tour!

We’ve lived in our home for nearly three years, and still I am finding new things I love about it, new little projects I want to try, and ways to rearrange it (again and again). Our living room has had many iterations, and I seem to always want to wait till it’s as the “best” […]

Embracing Healthy Bacteria, Inside and Out. {how-to home brew kombucha}

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #HealthySkinSolutions #CollectiveBias It’s well known about me that self care = beverages. I never have a bath without at least four different drinks (typically coffee, lacroix, kombucha, and water) and either a book or Netflix. I remember the […]

Transition Time, Back to (home) School

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #StimulateTheSenses #CollectiveBias As each of their playdate buddies has been packing up and heading off on the school bus, it’s gotten clearer and clearer, back-to-school is here, no matter how deeply I dig in my heels. Our home has […]

Paleo Pumpkin Spice

There are hundreds of homemade pumpkin spice syrups out there, but I’ll be totally unbiased and let you know that this one is the best, and isn’t loaded with weird ingredients or corn syrup. The ingredients are simple, and you likely have them on hand, and it tastes like real pumpkin. It’s sweet enough to […]

deep love for this 102 year old lady(home).

Grass green, pale pink, sky blue, flowered wall paper, linear “Roberts” flowers, those are the layers we’ve discovered under our white paint in the office. They are all so beautiful, and sitting here, thinking about all the people and families who poured their style, taste and love, into our 102 year old home. . . […]

Weekend Projects; Open Shelving!

I’ve been seeing open shelving all over and really loving the clean look and how quickly it lightens up a kitchen. But instead of going all demo and ripping out a cabinet we decided to try a lesser commitment and see if we can even do open shelving, because, I mean, in practice it kinda […]

5 tips for decorating a small home

{1} Pick your colors! My knee jerk is to paint each room as sounds good to me in the moment, or as pintrest inspires me in the moment…ahem. BUT, Because we have a small home we need all the rooms to work together, flow well, and have some continuity to make the whole space feel […]