Author Archives: Accidental Suburbanites
For most dog moms, keeping a clean house with pets is a challenge we’d begrudgingly file under “difficult but doable.” (…though if you’ve ever had to scrub doggy diarrhea out of carpet, “doable” probably feels like a generous choice of … Continue reading
Surprise! I’m not an accidental suburbanite anymore. Now that the dust has settled and the boxes have been unpacked (most of them, anyways), I’m sharing a peek inside my new home!
Alternative title: How NOT to Remove a Pocket Door & Partition Wall
Craft Beer Club delivers a monthly crate of craft brews from indie labels across the country. To help us kick off our Oktoberfest festivities (AKA: our two-month-long beer binge), the kind folks behind this subscription service let us sample a … Continue reading
Photography by Patrick Brickman (@pjbrick7) for Charleston Home + Design Magazine (@chdmag) Based out of Charleston, South Carolina, Salt Wood Co. specializes in giving reclaimed barn wood a second life with beautifully handcrafted furniture and sliding doors. Keep reading to … Continue reading
Working from home is a dream come true… but staying organized can feel more like a nightmare at times. Here’s how Day Designer is helping me stay on top of work, life, and everything in between.
Whether you’ve got a nasty nightshade intolerance, or you’re just trying to stick to an AIP / Paleo / Whole 30 / Super-Complicated-and-Difficult-to-Follow meal plan, there are a lot of reasons why you might ditch the tomatoes in your diet. … Continue reading
We towed the fine line between building the kitchen of our dreams and avoiding the price tag of our nightmares. Now I’m sharing seven ways we saved, and how we managed to stay right on budget.
Forget expensive gas inserts.. instead, we opted for a cozy (and budget-friendly) approach to lighting up our fireplace: white rocks and candles!
Bean Box is a subscription service that specializes in doling out monthly doses of freshly-roasted coffee, straight from Seattle’s finest small batch roasters. This month, I gave the box a try. Here’s how it went…