Creating a festive container arrangement is not only a delightful way to explore your creativity and embrace the season but also an excellent opportunity to showcase some of the beautiful evergreens and foliage that thrive in our finicky prairie climate.
There are many things to think about when purchasing a new or used home. I like to start with how your family functions as a whole – consider the things that you do within the home. Asking yourself some of these questions will help to determine what type of home you require and what your needs are in each of the spaces.
Dirty socks are mixed in with a pile of building blocks. Shoes, barrettes, and random beads litter one corner of the room. Open books cover the bed, spines facing up, to hold the page in the absence of bookmarks. The dress-up basket lies upside down atop a sea of tulle, spandex, and polyester.
My preschooler’s room drives me crazy. My husband thinks I should let it go. (Note: He places no value on organization and possesses an uncanny ability to locate any random piece of paper among the stacks littering his office.)
So you've been dreaming of updating your home, but the cost of new flooring or a kitchen remodel doesn't fit your budget? Don't despair. There are lots of ways to revitalize and update your home without breaking the bank. Check out these simple updates and fixes that'll give your home a fresh new look, inside and out. Just a few inexpensive fixes, and you'll be eager to show off your beautiful abode.
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