The final days of the 30 Projects in 30 Days challenge really snuck up on me. Fortunately, my month of September miraculously lasted 35 days! All 30 projects I set out to complete have now been checked off the list.
I don’t know why (in my head, anyway) I had to leave our master bathroom untouched until a full renovation made its way to the top of the project list. A shocking 8.5 years went by before I realized this was a really stupid idea that was just preventing us from enjoying the space we have. For week 3 of the #30projectsin30days challenge, I focused my attention on giving this sorry excuse for a master bathroom a long-overdue facelift.
throughout the month of September, i’m tackling my to-do list. I’ll check off 30 items that have been on the to-do list for way too long. From boring things like paint touch-ups and fixing broken drawers to bigger, more exciting projects like finishing up our bedroom and a $200 master bathroom refresh, I am getting stuff done in September!
If you’re on the fence about attending a live blogging event, you’re in the right place. Read on for five tips to get the most out of your first Haven Conference!
Once upon a time, I decided to attend my first blogging conference. The Haven conference is a DIY & home decor blogger’s conference held annually in Atlanta, so it seemed like the right fit for my first event.
It seemed likely that I’d start to feel a little intimidated at some point as a result of sharing airspace with hundreds of other talented and accomplished ladies (and a few gents, too) and decided that having a piece with me that reminded me of my own talents would be like walking around carrying a little shield, preventing feelings of self-doubt to penetrate my brain. I also knew I’d need a bag to tote around note-taking materials and conference goodies.
It only made sense that I kill two birds with one stone and (re)fashion myself a new bag to fit these needs. Continue reading