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Deuce Cities Henhouse

Well folks, I've been struggling with how to start my first blog post in awhile and I decided that maybe a recap is the right thing to do. As I am sure many you have experienced the ebbs and flow of this pandemic and what it doing to all of us mentally. For me, it's easy to become overwhelmed by anxiety or depression and I've been struggling with that a lot since March, as I'm sure many of us have. I've also struggled to find my drive to be creative. READ MORE
in Around the House, The Cabin

Installing Wallpaper

Guyses! Today I am going to teach you how to install wallpaper on an accent wall. This is a job that is fairly easy, a tiny bit stressful, and 100 percent totally worth it. This my friends, is the fifth (!) time I have wallpapered, so I pretty much consider myself an expert. Stick with me and you’ll be alright. READ MORE
in Around the House, DIY, Kids’ Bedrooms

Ten Year Video House Tour

Hey! So stoked to share this post today. Welcome to my first ever video house tour! We just celebrated the anniversary of our 10th year in our home! Can you believe it? Neither Jeff or I have lived in one place for so long, our home really has become part of our family. I thought this would be a great opportunity to share how far we've come, and how we've really made this place ours. So check READ MORE
in Around the House
Hey! I’m back for part two of my office refresh. Redesigning my office space was part of my plan for a fresh start to the New Year. I wanted to start 2020 on the right foot, and for me a big part of that was getting my office space whipped into shape. I had given it an update a few years ago, but I’ve learned since then that the functionally the space wasn’t working for me, and it wasn’t inspiring. There was a lack of storage and things I used on a regular basis seemed to pile up. It was necessary that I create a system to keep my office clean, uncluttered and inspiring. READ MORE
in Around the House, DIY, Office Space, Organization, Reveal
After getting super excited and wanting to dive right into the bathroom facelift that I wrote about last week, I realized I needed to slow my roll and pull in the reigns. I had other projects that I had started and hadn’t finished yet, and before I could allow myself to jump into another, I needed to tie up some loose ends on a few that had been left blowing in the wind. READ MORE
in Around the House, Kids’ Bedrooms