Yesterday I shared with you about the ultimate trade I made with my personal trainer friend Erin. We are currently working on decorating her son’s room as part of the trade. Her and her husband created the planked and shelved wall like I made for Isaac’s room. It looks awesome, but it needed some color and custom art – one that was encouraging but also empowering. I designed it in the Silhouette Studio program…free file available.
Back in January I did a post about my favorite workout tools to help me keep the 30 pounds I have lost in 2013 off. This year’s focus is definitely keeping the weight off. I am a great dieter and a terrible maintainer. Well this year I am committed to breaking this unhealthy yo-yo cycle in my life. I can’t tell you how paralyzed I feel when I look down on the scale only to see I have gained the weight back. So what I need is healthy PERMANENT changes. So I negotiated the perfect trade…
Remember my guest bedroom? I loved decorating that room. The combination of coral and gray remains one of my all time favorites. So it’s easy to see why this bathroom pictured at Martha Stewart Online stopped me in my tracks. It’s a palette of gray, coral, and just a hint of blue–a match made in heaven with my guest room!
We are huge gaming family. If you saw my game closet you would gasp. I could open a game store. My family never played games growing up, so my husband says I am trying to make up for lost time. Today’s post is featuring our favorite games to play as a family with our 7 and 5 year old.
I am on a t-shirt kick this week. Did you see the scarf and dress I made for Kayla already? I thought it would be fun to paint stripes on an old t-shirt (that got accidentally bleached – DOH!) and turn it into a ruffled striped skirt for my daughter. Now I did this project a couple of years ago and my daughter still wears the skirt. While is is almost ready to be passed down on the hand-me-down train I thought we could retake a look at it once more before that happens.