We made it! One year ago (as of Aug 29th), after much deliberation, this little blog began. And in a year we’ve covered a lot of ground, both literally and topically. Let’s break it down for you… 566 miles from Pittsburgh to Buxton, NC. 246 miles x ??? trips between DC and Pittsburgh. 529 miles… Continue reading Our 1 Year Blogiversary!
This is a quick one here that I meant to share weeeeeeks ago. Yup, it’s a super easy YHL Book project for you. Buy the good stuff. At least once. Then refill if you want but keep the pretty bottles. At Christmastime, Target sold these cute gift packages of Caldera hand soap and lotion. They… Continue reading Buy the Good Stuff
Bill & I haven’t been at this blogging thing very long – our Blogiversary isn’t until this summer. So not all the things about the blogging world have quite set in yet. I like to think we have the etiquette thing down – giving credit where it’s due, linking back to sources and such, and… Continue reading Liebster Award – what?
You may recall me joking that I was going to work through John & Sherry’s book, Young House Love much like that movie about Julia Child… This was seriously 99% joke though. YES I draw a TON of inspiration from everybody’s favorite dynamic-diy-duo, but I SWEAR not all of the projects you see here are… Continue reading Book Project Bonanza Vol. 3
We haven’t talked that much about our Bathroom. I recently showed you a peek of mine in DC when revealing my closet clean-up skills last week. But the only glimpse you’ve gotten of the water closet in Pittsburgh was when I showed you our first B&B artwork. Surprisingly, the room has 3 other walls you… Continue reading A Little Bathroom Beautification for Book Project Bonanza Vol. 2!
It is no secret that we are big fans of Young House Love. Afterall, it was their blog and encouragement that sparked the start of our own blog. And I’m sure meeting them twice – first in Cincinnati then again in DC helps make the case. But a big part of why we are fans… Continue reading Book Project Bananza Vol. 1!
I can’t help it. The idea of standing for hours in the DC cold and experiencing the bonding that occurs through that time you share with your line neighbors is just too appealing to pass up. (Or rather, the making new friends part is, not so much the risk of frostbite.) And it doesn’t hurt… Continue reading Does This Make Me a YHLover?