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Our home is a sacred place where we can rest and enjoy the relationships closest to us. It can be hard to rest when the tasks of life feel overwhelming, never ending, and constantly undone by young children. Here is the space we talk about practical tools to help our home be a place where we not just survive but thrive. 

We are in a blog series about destressing this holiday. This is the second post in the series. To see the first post, go here
 

Calendars and planning may not sound like the most exciting part of the holiday. In fact, the thought of looking at our calendars this time...


It's the most wonderful time of the year.

We say this with a huge smile on our face while our teeth are grit and our body tense. We hear messages about peace, joy and love, nodding our heads, while secretly wondering why we just can't get it together. The kids are figh...


I am pretty excited about starting a new blog series. Whether you have your summer travel plans figured out or if you are still planning, I am sure the question remains "how will travel go with kids?" We have been traveling with our kids since they were born and one o...

In the blog post with our master bedroom closet reveal I shared the finishing touch on our closet was the barn door my husband created. When we looked into buying a barn door, they can range anywhere from $500-$2,000 prebuilt, so my husband decided to tackle the creati...

When I did the reveal of our master bedroom closet l had people ask me how we made it, so this post will be the nuts of bolts of making our closet organizer.

I had found this image of a closet organizer on Pinterest. I really liked the amount of storage capaci...

I have talked before on the blog about the importance of creating a home where your family thrives. Our home is the place we can relax, recharge and enjoy our family. A place we can be the most ourselves. 

I think home design is so much more than jus...

This is part 2 in a series on destressing this holiday season. 

Last week we talked about creating priorities for this holiday season. To see that post and get your free printable, go here. 

This week we are talking about calendars. Yes, I know that may not sound like st...

Do you feel it yet? The decorations are already in stores, the music has begun to play. Do you already feel behind for Christmas? Has the Christmas train started in your head? Chugging and chugging. You know it will just gain momentum and speed until December 25, leavi...

I don't need to convince you how hard you work as a mom. I don't need to convince the people in your life you work hard. Moms work hard. Really hard.

And yet we often feel like we aren't doing enough.

This past fall I took a trip to Charlotte, NC to attend a writers work...

I still remember the visit to a friend's home after college. It was my first time visiting. I went into the room where I was going to stay and on the nightstand there was a simple vase with flowers in them. Right in front was a note welcoming me. I went to the bathroom...

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