This is part two of a series in which I am sharing my story as an Instagrammer/blogger. Last week I wrote a blog post titled “How I Started My Instagram“. The post shared tips about things I think you can do to have a great Instagram account.
Let’s face it. Social media can be brutal. Sadly it is pretty cutthroat in some communities. But what about the home decor community? Not even close. The home decor community does an incredible job showing gratitude on Instagram every day. And there a few things you can do every day to help make it even better.
I was so fortunate to be able to attend both the Rose Bowl Flea Market and the Long Beach Flea Market these past two weekends. I love shopping at flea markets, and my favorite part is styling them in my home. Read More
I have mentioned our annual Christmas party a few times. Our party is a big event, and it has grown in every aspect over the last thirty years. We invite all of our friends and family (and their children if they are friends with our children) and I cook all of the food. For about 250 people. And no, I am not a caterer.
Chip and Joanna Gaines are at it again. Yesterday Target Stores officially opened their new Hearth & Hand Magnolia “store within a store”. I won’t mention who, but someone I know has been peeking inside the plastic surrounding the “store” they have been building at our local target store. I have been really excited to see the final “store within the store” so today I was at Target shortly after it opened.
Ok. If you look at these photos I know that my master bedroom and bath don’t really look that much like fall. But can I just say, I love them!