10 Tips to Help You Transition to Working From Home

As someone who has been working from home for the last 3 years, I want to offer a few tips to those who’ve made this transition recently. Working from home is a huge transition that we glamorize while we’re stuck at the office, but in reality working from home offers a lot is distractions and

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What To Look For When Buying A Home

On my most recent “ask me anything” I had a reader ask me how I found the fixer-upper apartment that we completely renovated last summer and the truth is   I got lucky and my husband had lived there for an extensive period of time and when he found me I found the apartment. However, before

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Home Office Makeover on a Budget

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Hunter Fan Company for Hunter Fan Company. All opinions are 100% mine. This winter was a productive one! I set out to update my office and that is exactly what I did. Now that we renovated our entire home, we are trying to fill

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Home Furnishings with CORT Furniture Rental

The worst thing about moving is without question moving the massive pieces of furniture. The essential pieces of furniture that make a home livable. Add to the inconvenience of moving but if you end up moving for a short period of time, say for school or work, the annoyance of moving increases exponentially because you have

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Cleaning Products that Bring Joy

If you’re one of those people who gets motivated to work out with buying new workout clothes, then I bet you’re also the type who finds an excuse to clean when you get new cleaning tools. Unless, that’s just me… but surely I can’t be alone in my endeavor to have pretty and functional cleaning

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Creative FAGE Plain Greek Yogurt Mix Ins

This post is sponsored by FAGE; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. This is a big year- not only is it a new decade but I also turn 30 in August. It almost doesn’t feel right, internally I still feel 17 but the calendar doesn’t lie. I’ve made a resolution to myself to

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The Best Places to Buy a Rug

Generally, rugs are expensive, and expensive purchases create a lot of “hemming and hawing” on my part, particularly because I’m obsessed with getting a good deal. Now that we’ve finished the bulk of ourhome renovation, I’ve been obsessed with covering up our newly finished 120-year-old floors with rugs. For someone who has been relatively commitment-averse

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Spice Drawer Organization (Takes Only 1 Hour)

I have either completely lost my mind or I have finally reached peak adult with this very neat spice drawer organization makeover. I’m going to lean toward the latter and say that I’ve finally become that adult who has an organized spice area in our kitchen. We debated where to put our spices when we

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20 Tips on How to Spend Less Money in the New Decade

At the top of everyone’s New Years’ resolution you’ll probably find something regarding money. I think the best thing you can do for yourself is to save on expensive habits and spend less by recreating it at home. This year, I’m challenging you to #SpendLess20 with these 20 tips on how to reduce your spending

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Coffee Shop-Inspired Morning Routine

This post has been sponsored by Eight O’Clock Coffee; thanks for supporting the brands that we partner with. All opinions are my own. If you’ve been following along with our #SpendLess20 New Year challenge, you’ll know that cutting specialty coffee runs out of the budget is a huge part of the challenge! But, just because

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