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“How to Keep Your Houseplants Thriving in the Winter Months”

We are pretty plant-obsessed around here. We find ourselves bringing home new plants every chance we get and have filled our homes and office with so many houseplants at this point that it has started to look like we live in a jungle. But we love it. The biggest challenge in these winter months is that it is dark and cold, so we’ve done research and put our tricks to the […]

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“Where You Should Be Booking Your Winter Adventures”

Winter is definitely here and our cabin fever has fully set in. To give us inspiration, we decided to put a positive spin on it and think about all of places we could take an adventure in these cold months that we couldn’t otherwise enjoy.  Sure, there are tons of ski towns you’ve heard of, but we really wanted to get to the heart of where you should be booking your winter […]

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“3 Face Masks You Can Make Right From Your Kitchen”

The winter weather can be harsh on your skin and we definitely have wellness on the brain at the start of the year. No need to rush out to get expensive products or costly treatments, just head right to your kitchen cabinet. Here are 3 Face Masks You Can Make Right From Your Kitchen with common ingredients you’re bound to have on hand. Because resourceful is always the best route, and […]

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“DIY Wood Wreath From This Year’s Christmas Tree”

Christmas has officially come and gone for some. Many will be taking down their trees already today, but before you just throw out your tree think about all the amazing DIY possibilities it has for years and years to come. We love to always think resourcefully and make use of just about everything before we throw anything out. We decided this year to turn our tree’s trunk into a wreath we […]

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“A Guide to Mystical Savannah”

I’m excited to share A Guide to Mystical Savannah. For the longest time I have dreamed of Savannah. It has a mystique, a gentile shabbiness that pulls you in and makes you deeply curious. Winding the sleepy streets, taking in the worn doors on grand old mansions, it feels like a movie set, or a time long ago. Unlike Charleston, Savannah hasn’t bothered to gentrify itself, save for a small touristy […]

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“These Gifts Are Perfect for A Modern Pioneer”

We have been busy wrapping, making  DIY gifts and getting our menus ready for holiday feasting. But we could not help but eye a few things to add to our own wish list. These Gifts Are Perfect for A Modern Pioneer, so we had to pass them along to you, whether you want them for yourself or a special someone.  MINI First Aid Kit  Always be prepared as the boy scouts […]

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“How to Turn Your Used Dryer Sheets into Fragrance Sachets”

Dryer sheets are actually much like fabric themselves, but it is a shame so many of them get tossed in the garbage without another thought. So we decided it was high time to show you How to Turn Your Used Dryer Sheets into Fragrance Sachets. They already have such a great scent and really we just can’t let that go to waste, plus we had a dried bundle of lavender we […]

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“DIY Newsprint Wrapping Paper”

We love Christmas around here. There’s nothing quite like receiving a thoughtful gift, but when that thoughtful gift comes in a beautiful package it takes it to a whole other level.  There are so many ways to get creative with your gift wrapping and we love the idea of doing so with things you already have on hand. For our wrapping this year we are using this DIY Newsprint Wrapping Paper. This DIY is […]

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“DIY Homemade Gift Ideas for The Plant Obsessed”

We all have those people in our lives and on our Christmas list that are totally plant obsessed. Fun fact: we are totally those crazy plant people.  If you can’t tell already we love the idea of homemade gifts for our friends and family and we certainly cannot forget our “Plant People” so the following is a roundup of our favorite DIY Homemade Gift Ideas for The Plant Obsessed. All these planters […]

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“How to Make This Epic Feather Wreath”

The Fall and Winter months are when I feel most inspired to make things with my hands. The smells in the air, the turn of the leaves, the festive holidays on the horizon, all give me endless ideas for ways to explore nature and make the most of what I have around me. This year, while roaming around, I was inspired to make a wreath not from the traditional things […]

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