Today I am sharing my greatest accomplishment in 2019. There is no doubt It was the renovation of our Waco Fixer Upper home.
I have finally started looking back at 2019. I can’t believe the year is almost over and it is already New Year’s Eve. Today I have joined some other bloggers and we are sharing our greatest accomplishment for 2019. (Be sure and head to the end of this blog post to see all of their amazing accomplishments this year.) I had no trouble choosing my biggest accomplishment for 2019. It has to be the remodel of our Waco fixer upper home.
This post is sponsored by Bed Bath & Beyond. All words, reviews, and opinions are mine.
I am beyond excited to share the first bedroom makeover in our Waco Fixer upper home. I partnered with Bed Bath & Beyond and selected from their Bee & Willow™ Home Collection for the transformation of this room. It is truly remarkable.
Today I have partnered with some of my blogging friends to some of our favorite remodeling projects. I had a lot to choose from so I decided to share my most current project! I love remodeling projects and currently, I am in the midst of my biggest remodeling challenge ever. We are remodeling a one hundred year old home in Waco, Texas and even though it’s a lot of work, we are having so much fun!
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 have been in Waco for three days and I am having a blast. I am also exhausted but in a good way. We have purchased a fixer upper home in Waco, Texas. We are not moving. Instead, I am going to remodel the home, furnish it and rent it on Airbnb. I have been really nervous about the home because I hadn’t actually seen the inside. I know, it sounds dumb, but I did see the outside. And I “kind of” saw the inside via face time with my realtor. So I have been really worried that I would hate the home or that it would have some horrible flaw or that I wouldn’t be able to fix it up.
What a week it has been. I have been house hunting in Waco, Tx. I am looking for a new project, aka a fixer-upper home. I promise we are are not moving. Instead, we are looking for a home to fix up and rent out as a short-term rental. I guess you could say I want this to be my next big project.