July 30, 2014

New England Trip Recap in Photos

This past week (more like 10 days) were spent traveling up the east coast, visiting friends, family and old stomping grounds. Prior to the trip, my loving boyfriend surprised me with a Canon Rebel EOS (!!!) so I took our time in Connecticut and Maine as an opportunity for a practice run. Below are just…

Living Alone in Your 20s

There’s been a handful of articles lately detailing the benefits of being a 20-something year old woman living alone. Sorry in advance for adding to this discussion. As I am, indeed, a 25-year-old woman – and have been living sans roommate since the tender age of 20 – I assumed I’d scan these above-mentioned articles…

Living Alone in Your 20s

There’s been a handful of articles lately detailing the benefits of being a 20-something year old woman living alone. Sorry in advance for adding to this discussion. As I am, indeed, a 25-year-old woman – and have been living sans roommate since the tender age of 20 – I assumed I’d scan these above-mentioned articles…

DIY Gold + Marble Cheese Board

I’m not great at craft-style projects. Fix a toilet? No problem. Glue something decorative together? My skill level ranges somewhere between 1st-3rd grade. When I noticed my design soulmate Emily Henderson posted about a DIY cheese board, I was intrigued. Originally submitted by Morgan of PepperDesignBlog, the steps seemed easy enough. And this girl can…

DIY Gold + Marble Cheese Board

I’m not great at craft-style projects. Fix a toilet? No problem. Glue something decorative together? My skill level ranges somewhere between 1st-3rd grade. When I noticed my design soulmate Emily Henderson posted about a DIY cheese board, I was intrigued. Originally submitted by Morgan of PepperDesignBlog, the steps seemed easy enough. And this girl can…

All-Natural Pest Control for Your Garden

Gardening is no joke. While I wasn’t completely naive when addressing my garden plans and skills (or lack thereof), not much can prepare you for the issues that arise with local pests.  They change every season. Some attack only specific plants. Some attack all of your plants. In summary: pests can really ruin your green-thumb…