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Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
The Kitchen
Ideabooks1,567
Questions2
a gratitude journal is a good thing to start
Start a gratitude journal. Whether you use a notebook and pen or a digital tool, the important thing is to begin. Try starting
Start the day with a gratitude journal
Start a gratitude journal. Whether you use a notebook and pen or a digital tool, the important thing is to begin. Try starting or ending your day by recording three things you are grateful for around your house. It could be as basic as having a roof over your head or something more specific, like the
“wood” — lmjonesmaine
Shepherd Stoneworks
Raised Stone Garden Beds
Ideabooks24,550
Questions5
4. Start a garden journal. If you don't already keep one, consider beginning a dedicated garden journal. Filled with your notes on what you planted and how each plant fared, this little notebook will be worth its weight in gold when planting time comes again.5. Donate extra produce to a local food pantry
“Garden beds” — ncroucher
sarah & bendrix
living room
Ideabooks16,970
Questions10
children’s art and writing), what I have longed for (pictures and videos), what my mind has returned to again and again (more than 30 years of letters and journals) could fit into a small closet with room to spare.It’s a peculiar experience to have sorted through all my possessions, to have gotten down to what
around the house, wouldn't it be refreshing to just enjoy your home as it is right now? You can. Put a rest to design envy by starting a gratitude journal, trying a media fast and focusing on what matters: the people and furry friends in our homes, and the things we love to do there.Get the guide: How
“Sofa” — Lauren Mennella
Yvonne McFadden LLC
2 Reviews
Lake House
Ideabooks4,905
Questions5
After the fact: Keep a gatherings journal. When the guests have gone home, the plates have been cleared and the event is still fresh in your mind, take a moment to jot down a few notes about
chicken dish? Bigger napkins? Better speakers for dinner music? Record it all — even, if you want, who was there and what you ate. Years from now this journal could be a fun way to walk down memory lane.
“Display things” — sjs911
Entasis Group
1 Review
The Evergreen House
Ideabooks2,292
Questions4
make people working in them more accurate and cautious, while blue rooms turn their inhabitants more creatively loose — so claims a 2009 study in the journal Science, not for the first time.
"Blue rooms turn their inhabitants more creatively loose." Science journal
“Kleur aan de muur icm hout” — sourdine
Alice Lane Home Collection
4 Reviews
Bennett Residence
Ideabooks300
Questions0
you crave? Less frustration? Make a few notes in your journal about your thoughts and feelings, along with any ideas sparked during this process.
what would having space acheive for you, etc in journal....visuaize
different once you have simplified. Is it a feeling of space or cleanliness? Is it more time that you crave? Less frustration? Make a few notes in your journal about your thoughts and feelings, along with any ideas sparked during this process.
different once you have simplified. Is it a feeling of space or cleanliness? Is it more time that you crave? Less frustration? Make a few notes in your journal about your thoughts and feelings, along with any ideas sparked during this process. Clutter-Clearing 101
“de cluttering objectives what are they?” — besant1
A+B KASHA Designs
a+b kasha
Ideabooks454
Questions3
Set up a writing spot. Yoga and meditation not really your thing? Perhaps a serene spot where you can sit with your journal and write is more up your alley. A comfortable sofa with plump cushions near a window with a view would be ideal. Find a blank book and pens you love
Set up a writing spot. Yoga and meditation not really your thing? Perhaps a serene spot where you can sit with your journal and write is more up your alley. A comfortable sofa with plump cushions near a window with a view would be ideal. Find a blank book and pens you love, and store them near your favorite
“colors” — cmpov
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks2,699
Questions1
room, and will probably feel more meaningful down the road anyway. midcentury home office by Adrienne DeRosa Adrienne DeRosa Negative keepsakes. Some journal writing is really just venting — it's the process of doing it that's important; you don't need to keep the work itself for posterity. As the author
Negative keepsakes. Some journal writing is really just venting — it's the process of doing it that's important; you don't need to keep the work itself for posterity. As the author
“Small office” — cbadshopper
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