I cannot get over all the support, love, and curiosity that you’ve all sent our way after our move! Our new cabin has meant so many dreams are coming to fruition for us and I cannot wait to share every step of the journey with you. Trust me, I am already working on plotting our renovation projects and makeovers. I recently posted to Instagram in preparation for today’s Q&A and sooo many questions were submitted! We’ve officially been here for a month, so it’s time to get those questions answered and share more details of new our cabin.Continue reading “Q&A: All About Our New Cabin + Video Tour”
Back before we had to worry about COVID-19, I was going to share another Dear Jojo post where I answer all of your decor questions… and now here we are, two months later! I posed the prompt to Instagram the other day and lots of thoughtful, amazing questions were submitted. So let’s dig in and talk about how to create a consistent style in your home, what to hang over your bed, and more! Let’s dig in.Continue reading “Dear Jojo: How to Create a Consistent Style, Bedroom Art, & More!”
I’m so excited to share my first Q&A post of 2020… and with an all new series name: Dear Jojo. Like Dear Abby, but me instead. I thought it was cheeky, cute, and silly. What do you think of it? Anyways, the “ask a question” feature on Instagram is honestly my favorite. I love being able to answer your specific questions in real time. As I was thinking about what I wanted to blog about this week, I realized that it had been a while. So today I am answering your questions making your home smell great, small space ideas, and more!Continue reading “Dear Jojo: Small Space Ideas, 2020 Design Trends & More!”
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Aside from decor-related questions, I am most frequently asked questions about how I run my blog and small business. I’ve been blogging for over 10 years (wow) and working for myself for about 6. So I really understand how daunting it can feel to start your own business. Today, I partnered with The Hartford to answer your questions about how I run a successful blog, the tools I use, and more about their solutions which can be tailored for your small business.Continue reading “Q&A: My Tips for Running a Small Business”
Now that I’m on the other side of our wedding, I am able to say it was alllll worth it. As stressful and time consuming as the process was, our wedding day was truly wonderful. So I’m here today to tell you that if you’re going down that path instead of eloping (which we definitely considered!), it will get better! I also want to be a resource for you if you’re planning a wedding, so I asked my Instagram followers what I could answer about this process. This list covers wedding venues, what I’d do differently, how to start the process, whether you need a videographer and MORE.Continue reading “Q&A: Wedding Venues, Planning, Photography & More”
Wow, it’s been so long since I did a Q&A post! My last one was about our chickens, but usually I like to keep them decor-related. Today’s series of questions were submitted via Instagram Stories, but you can always send me an email or DM on any social platform. I love sharing answers to your decor questions because it really just makes my job easier. AND you get information that you actually need and want. So let’s dig into today’s Q&A post!Continue reading “Q&A: How to Budget for a Renovation + More of Your Interior Design Questions”
Sometimes I feel like there’s a split between what I share here on the blog and what I share on Instagram… specifically our backyard chickens! In an effort to be more transparent about every facet of our life AND to make life a little easier on myself, I’ve been trying to merge to the two more and more. Plus, apparently consistency is good for this blogging and social media thing? ANYWHOO. I get sooo many questions about how to keep backyard chickens, so it was high time for me to dig in and answer ’em all for you.Continue reading “Q&A #6: All About Our Backyard Chickens”