Okay, for those of you who just read the blog and are not on my social media channels, I just realized I did not clue you in on some very big news!
Last month, I woke up one morning to find thousands of more followers on my Instagram and an email from FORBES MAGAZINE saying I had been named as one of 30 on the Forbes Top Influencers List for 2017 (I ranked #10 in the Home category) !!!! WHAAAAAAAAT??? Every time I think about it, I pinch myself. That morning, I started screaming and dancing and reading and screaming and dancing and reading and screaming and dancing and reading…it was unbelievable to me that after almost 8 years of blogging, my blog had been recognized by Forbes. I could not believe it! I still can’t. Why me?
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With summer almost here, there will be little need for a fire burning in your living room hearth. Why not use your fireplace as a great decor opportunity? Adding some cut wood, candles, vases, plants or even books to a fireplace can create an easy but impactful “style moment” to a living space.
Time to clean out the ashes and make way for some bold and creative fireplace decor ideas!
Here we go! Happy New Year! 2017 here we come.
Every year about this time, I write my New Year’s Eve post. Somewhat reflective…with lofty goals in mind. I’ve challenge myself and I always challenge you dear readers to grow. This annual post is always a little sappy and a little wistful…but also hopeful and optimistic definitely.
This year is different. It is all about looking forward and being doggedly optimistic. I say bring it on 2017. Bring it on. I am ready to conquer the world!
I literally danced my way out of 2016. I did.
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I love discovering new accent wall ideas. This hotel is called Hotel Covell…a tiny 5-room boutique hotel located on the east side of Los Angeles in the hipster area of Silverlake. Each room is called a “chapter”…the concept is based on a fictional character George Covell and each unique room is supposed to represent an aspect or “chapter” from his fictional life…in other words…the decor in each room of the hotel tells a fictional story of world traveling writer.