I honestly can’t believe I’m already writing a post about New Year’s Eve. Where did 2018 go?! It’s been a crazy year, but one I’m very thankful for. To send it out with a bang, how about a little at-home NYE party tutorial? If you’re like me and prefer hosting your own shindig versus heading out to a crowded bar or restaurant, you’re definitely going to love this post. In my opinion, there’s nothing more fun than an intimate and food-filled evening at home, instead of spending the night with trendy strangers.
The end of the year is closing in and I seriously have no idea where the time went. One minute it was January, the next it was December. Because time seems to fly by so quickly, it’s had me thinking lately and really envisioning the new year. I want 2019 to be very intentional, so in order to actually have the year I’m envisioning, here’s what I’m doing now to get the new year started off on the best foot possible.
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It’s time for our second annual Holiday Home Tour of our tiny bungalow! Despite the renovation and all the flux of wedding planning, I still made a point to decorate the house for the holidays this year. Admittedly, I didn’t put up nearly as much decor as last year, but I am still really proud of how the tiny bungalow looks… and smells! Today I partnered with Air Wick® to treat you to a holiday home tour, plus how we make our home smell inviting and cheerful.
With Christmas just a week away, I have already turned my eyes to New Years. Specifically, I’m already thinking about which gorgeous barware in my collection I’d like to use to toast to 2019! We usually don’t do anything too big or over-the-top for New Years (remember our van excursion to the coast?), but I still like to have a small, special treat for us. Typically, I splurge on a nicer bottle of champagne and curate a really pretty cheeseboard. Sean and I are definitely in the camp that believes New Years Ever is overrated, but we still like to do a little something and not be totally lame about it. This year will find us hanging out in the mountains in a snowy cabin — perfect!Continue reading “Gorgeous Barware to Toast the New Year in Style”
I don’t know about you, but I’m nowhere near being finished with my holiday shopping. There’s still so much to do! One way that I try to save time (and money) during the holidays, while also adding a personal touch, is by making a handmade gift. We share so many DIYs each month here on the blog, that I thought it would be helpful to round up some favorites. This list includes some of our most popular tutorials and has tons of awesome handmade gift ideas for all the procrastinators out there.Continue reading “13 Last-Minute Handmade Gift Ideas”
Truly, I cannot even wrap my mind around how we are less than 10 days away from Christmas. How did this happen?? I don’t know about you, but my holiday spirit is sort of lacking right now. I’ve been so swamped with work, the kitchen renovation, and wedding planning that it doesn’t even feel like it’s the holiday season. The magic of the holidays just has not arrived yet in our tiny bungalow and it makes me kinda sad. With just 10 days to do, I made a few adjustments and perked myself up quickly! Here are some tips that might help you, too.
Does your household wear matching holiday pajamas on Christmas morning? If there is one holiday tradition that I still love as an adult, this is it. As a kid, my and mom would splurge on pjs just for this occasion. Usually the pajamas were matching, but sometimes not… mostly they were just really cute pjs with a holiday spin to them! And, while this goes against everything my reduced waste, minimalist brain believes in… sometimes you just really want festive pjs, amiright??