Mandy's weekly planning posts over at Biblical Homemaking have always been inspiring to me, so this week I decided to write my own! I think what I am so drawn to is the fact that she lists attainable or realistic goals. I am a list maker by nature, but often tend to put EVERYTHING on the list. I end . . .
If your home is anything like mine, morning routines set the tone for the rest of the day. My smallest little currently needs about an hour of full-on snuggle time in the mornings to wake up and get going. At the same time, I need to do a few of the things on the list below to feel like I'm ready to . . .
I've never thought to write a monthly goals post, but loved this idea from The Confused Millennial! I'm thinking it will be really nice to look back at the end of the month and see what I have accomplished and what I need to be more intentional about. I broke down my goals into three . . .
This corner of my dining room was just begging for a small office space. (Ok, maybe it was me that was doing the begging. Ha!) The natural light that flows through the windows during the day is the stuff dreams are made of. And the reading light that the previous owners had installed was perfect for . . .
The dining room ended up being one of my favorite spaces in our rental home. I have always loved the idea of formal dining rooms (I know, I am not your typical House Hunter ha!) but, because the large dining room was one of only 6 rooms, we needed it to function as more than just an eating area. We m . . .