Who can teach me a little bit about Feng Shui! (Or don’t they say never text a friend a question you can Google! Maybe I should just Google it 😂😂).
As dreamy as this spot is, we do not use it as much as I thought we would... this week I’ll be moving things around and actually bringing it back to my original idea for the room (inspired by non other than Chip and Jo way back in the day... check my stories to see the inspo photo).
Standby by! And don’t worry! If it doesn’t work out, I’ll put this all back together! .
Happy Saturday friends!! What’s up in your neck of the woods!
“Homebody, home•bod•y, (noun): a person who likes to stay at home.” Are you a homebody! We are allll about creating a space so cozy in our home, so we don’t ever want to leave! ❤️🏠
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We’ve tried all the tips and tricks and Jude wakes up at 5 AM on the dot. Every. Morning. No matter what. So sorry to all the events we miss or leave early, but this mom needs her sleep (especially right noow) and I’m so thankful for my sweet husband who snuck out this morning to read books to Jude and let me sleep in a little this morning. Anyone else have early risers I feel like I’m going crazy 🙃
I am definitely one that gets easily attached, to a well worn sweater, to a person that makes me feel like we have know each other well before and especially to a home that I lovingly create and then never want to leave. It’s been 3 months since I moved to New York, having to let go of so many comfortable attachments. This move has been almost as difficult as the one when I was 9 crossing the ocean with my family. I’ve often wondered what makes it so similar to a seemingly different and a much more difficult situation when I couldn’t even speak a word of English. This morning it hit me! Now, In New York, like so long ago in Florida I feel detached, I feel like I’m watching life around me as an observer not a participant. It is an incredibly lonely, isolating feeling just like it was back then with my one well worn sweater, unable to speak. But I have learned to be adaptable, intuitive, courageous and I know a language or two! For now I am embracing the solitude, doing lots of talking with my dog and lovingly creating a home in New York that I will never want to leave. 🖤🙏🏻