I can’t believe it has taken me three weeks to write an update on the one hundred year old Waco Fixer Upper House. I have to write this blog post because I am heading back to Waco in a few days. And I will have more updates to post after this weekend! Yikes.
I don’t know about you but I keep seeing the word “Hygge” in magazines, online and in the home decor world. Up until now, I had no idea what hygge is. And I certainly had no idea how to pronounce it. In fact, as I type this blog post, my spell checker doesn’t even recognize the word. So what is Hygge?
This post is sponsored by hansgrohe on behalf of Everywhere Agency: however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
My life just seems to be getting more hectic every day. I tend to over commit and I am feeling a lot of stress these days. In my efforts to reduce stress in my life, I promised my husband I would find more time to relax and maybe even visit a spa.
But I know that isn’t realistic. I know I won’t take the time to visit a spa because I have no extra time.
Instead, I decided to bring the spa experience of relaxation in our home and I installed a new hansgrohe Raindance PowderRain Showerhead. And boy am I glad I did.
It’s a modern family problem. We all have a set or two of old china. It belonged to a grandma or a mother-in-law. It’s very sentimental but it’s just not modern. It’s boring and it isn’t what we dreamed of when it comes time to setting a table and entertaining. It’s collecting dust and also creating tons of guilt.
So what’s a girl to do?
It’s true. I am totally obsessed with sea glass. And when we bought our house at Ventura Beach we had no idea there was a lot of sea glass on the beach. In fact, I walked the beaches regularly for two years and never noticed it! How pathetic is that?
Spring Cleaning. It’s one of my favorite times of the year. It started a few weeks ago with cleaning out our pantry and refrigerator. It continued last week with emptying out of basement. And this weekend I deep cleaned our kitchen. But here is the interesting part. Before I started the “deep cleaning”, I “spring cleaned my cleaning products” first.