Renovation: Senoia FarmhouseFarmhouse Bathroom, Atlanta
Laurey W. Glenn (courtesy Southern Living)
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Sneak away for an afternoon soak. Taking a leisurely bath in the afternoon feels luxurious, improves the spirits and helps release any lingering tension from a long week. If you have fragrant essential oils or fancy bath products you’ve been saving, now’s your chance to use them.
Remember that you’re not the only one. It may feel like it, but you’re not the only one who ate too many sweets and didn’t exercise quite enough and has no idea how you’re going to tackle the postholiday mess, let alone what’s been there all along. It helps to remember that you’re not alone. Determine your fitness level. Regarding building the housekeeping muscle, Houzzer Jean Mombourquette commented, “We are all at different “fitness” levels, and knowledge really has little to do with it. A little nudge, with a bit of momentum, and you’re on your way!” This is so true. It’s easy to compare ourselves and our homes to others and their homes, but that’s not really helpful. Figuring out your level of fitness is just another way of facing reality. And it’s important to do so without judgment. The goal is to become stronger and move to the next level, rather than bemoan what is. This applies to every sort of fitness, whether it’s physical, emotional, relational, organizational — you name it.