I hope you had a great week!
After returning from a busy weekend away for a wedding, I was ready for a productive week—however, the best-laid plans and all that.
I had such grand plans.
We can start dieting seriously this week.
I’ll get the house decorated and everything back in order.
I’ll get my editorial calendar filled with creative ideas.
And so many other plans to get the year off to a great start.
Things didn’t go exactly as planned.
First, my husband woke up on Tuesday morning sick and tested positive for covid. Rudy sensed something wasn’t right and didn’t leave Brad’s side.
As a precaution, I cancelled my hair appointment, so it’s been crazy hair days over here.
In addition, I sanitized everything like crazy and felt confident that I was getting sick every few minutes. LOL
By Friday, I’d talk myself into getting sick. I woke up to a dripping nose and had a sore throat by evening. I tested negative for covid and don’t feel bad, just irritated. LOL
Needless to say, I needed this quote this past week.
I hope your second week of January was productive, and I’m ready to check off all the boxes on my to-do list this week. But first, let’s see what did happen last week on the blog.
This is a look back at all my adventures this past week.
After a week of being confined to the house, I was able to update a few of your favorite posts. I shared a few new projects and started working on some upcoming posts.
In addition, I was able to catch up on some of my favorite bloggers, and I’ll share some of their inspiring posts today.
In Case You Missed It
First, if you need to brush up on your photography skills, check out Top iPhone Photography Tips
Next, I shared this Easy Mid-Century Furniture Flip.
January is a great time to get organized, and these 8 Organizing Tips are helpful.
I shared my original post on Thursday about how we built our DIY Greenhouse.
Adventures off the Dirt Road
Why Didn’t I Think of That?
Each week there are so many wonderful blog posts, and I’m sharing some of my favorites with you today.
There are so many creative ideas, and I’m always asking myself, “Why didn’t I think of that”? LOL
My friend Wendy shared How To Make this gorgeous Fresh Lemon Wreath!
If you love yarn projects, check out these 5 Valentines Heart Ideas.
How To Care For House Plants in Winter is so helpful.
Look at this cute DIY PomPom and Heart Garland.
Click Image for Details
Beginning this week, you will start to see several new posts, including some of the following:
- Cozy Winter Home Tour
- How to use Thrifted Items for Valentine’s Decor Ideas
- How To Make Paper Flowers
- How To Decorate the Tops of Your Cabinets.
- Supper Club – Book Club Theme
- Blueberry Bread Pudding Breakfast Recipe
- A Winter Valentines Porch
- A Cozy Romantic Guest Bedroom
- And More…
I hope you have a wonderful week, and I look forward to sharing more adventures with you soon.