My #1 Tip to Grow Your Pinterest + An Announcement

Grow Your Pinterest Reach with This One Change! It's so easy to make and will help your Pinterest content show up more in search + help with your SEO. Find out more + get the details of a big announcement for the Jojotastic School of Social Media on #pinterest #pinteresttips #pinterestgrowth #socialmedia #smallbusinesstips

Ever since launching The Jojotastic School of Social Media, I’ve wanted to share even more of my tips here on the blog. I’m definitely one of those people who loves connecting others with resources to help them thrive! My goal with the classes is to help small businesses grow and connect with their core customers, even during these uncertain times. Because of that, I am sharing my #1 tip to grow your Pinterest today. I also have a big announcement about the classes, so be sure to keep reading!

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Dear Jojo: How to Create a Consistent Style, Bedroom Art, & More!

You Asked, I Answered: Your Questions About Hanging Art in the Bedroom, How to Create a Consistent Style, how to hang art over a fireplace, the rules of painting an accent wall, and More! #Q&A #Q&A #designquestions #homerenovationbudget #interiordesign #interiordecor

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.

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7 Ways to Temporarily Update Your Rental

Calling all renters! Temporarily update your rental apartment or house with these 7 easy ideas to make the space feel more like home. Tips include removable wallpaper, peel and stick tile, creating a gallery wall, and more! #rental #decortips #interiordesign #smallspaces

Since we’re all spending a ton more time at home, the state of our space really impacts our mood and mental health. Personally, I know that when our tiny bungalow isn’t tidy, I feel more stressed. But I also realize that a lot of people aren’t homeowners, so I wanted to share ways you can temporarily update your home even if you’re a renter! Just because you don’t own your home doesn’t mean you can’t make it feel more your style. Here’s how!

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Get Organized with These Stylish Storage Baskets & Bins

These Stylish Storage Baskets Will Help Keep Your Home Organized & Tidy! Round up of storage bins and baskets for small spaces, closets, and pantries. Metal baskets, wooden bins, raffia and natural materials and metal storage containers. Get the full round up of product links + my FAVE sources for storage tools on #storage #storageideas #storagebasket #baskets #storagebin

Something we talk a lot about in our tiny bungalow is having a place for everything and everything in it’s place. You see, I’m really good at remembering where things go and putting them back… my amazing husband on the other hand… well, this post isn’t meant to be an attack on his character BUT the man never knows where things go. It’s infuriating, but I digress. We have a lot of really great storage baskets in our home and I was recently asked to share resources and suggestions for some for you guys. I scoured the internet to find loads of stylish options + I also shared a list of my favorite places to find ’em!

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How to Repot Houseplants

Learn how to repot your houseplants with these 6 easy tips including how to pick the right size pot, when to water the indoor plant, and when to repot a house plant. #plants #houseplants #lowlightplants #indoorgardening #tipsandtricks #decoratingwithplants

So, um… how many houseplants have you bought since we’ve all been quarantined?? I’m betting a lot since plants literally make us happy and it so easy to buy them online. Personally, I’ve been working on propagating our existing collection of houseplants, but with a few key additions. With this has also come the need to repot houseplants because it’s been a while since I did that, too! I totally waited too long in some instances (sorry, snake plant!). Oops… If you’re like me and need to do this essential plant owner chore, here are some tips to help you!

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Everything I Keep on Hand in Our Pantry

My (Long) List of Pantry Staples That I Always Keep Stocked + How I Use Them! All of the pantry essentials including pasta, canned goods, jarred foods, preserved foods, dry goods, sauces, condiments, oils and vinegars, proteins, rice, dairy essentials and MORE that I keep on hand for meals every day. #pantryessentials #pantrystaples #pantry #grocerylist #groceryshopping

I’ve been sharing lots of my favorite, easy pantry meals here on the blog lately, but it dawned on me that I should also share what to have on hand to actually make those recipes! Cue me writing down an epic list of pantry staples…. Ever since our kitchen renovation was completed, I’ve kept a fully stocked pantry… probably because we have one now. We still shop for fresh ingredients when necessary. Plus, my veggie garden has been very bountiful. A well-stocked kitchen will help you cook whatever you’re craving, especially since we’re all staying home more and more. Without further ado, here’s my list of pantry staples that I always keep on hand!

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My Favorite Sources to Shop for Chic Outdoor Furniture & Decor

Shopping for outdoor furniture and decor? Check out my list of the BEST sources including some really great budget-friendly options! Review of CB2, World Market, Article, Urban Outfitters, and Target patio furniture. #outdoorfurniture #outdoordecor #interiordesign #patio #deck

Ever since we entered into quarantine, Sean and I have focused on improving our backyard since we can’t escape to the mountains. I shared a bit about the changes we’re making this year, but one of the biggest changes is updating our outdoor furniture. Ironically, I ordered a larger outdoor dining table so that we could entertain more this summer… that was before there was a global pandemic though. As I’ve shared our progress on Instagram, I’ve gotten lots of questions about my favorite sources for outdoor furniture & decor, so I put together this list for you! I hope it helps you get your outdoor space in tip-top shape just in time for summertime.

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