Life has been a lot slower these days with the current global pandemic. There is a lot of nonsense, but I am grateful that the pandemic hit during the warmer months. Could you imagine how sick and tired we would get locked in our homes during the winter? At least there are birds singing and … Continue reading Grateful for the Simple and the Hail Storms…
I started writing because I wanted to share everything I was learning, and show others that there is a better way of living. It is possible to have a charming home without needing all of the extras including massive amounts of money earned by working yourself to death. No, it is possible to have a … Continue reading Looking for Offerings in Homemaking
At the beginning of the pandemic quarantine, I used my weekends to wake up the house with spring cleaning and some fresh paint on the walls. When we first moved into our home 9 months ago, I fell in love with the beautiful picture windows in our living room that overlook our backyard. After the … Continue reading The Easy Way to Ground a Space
Now more than ever, I try and stay out of stores as much as possible. Grocery shopping used to be so relaxing, especially going early in the morning. Remember the good ole days? The days before masks, gloves, arrows on the floor, and the stress of treating my neighbor like they have the plague? Meal … Continue reading Monthly Grocery Haul- August
I would have everything copper if I could. I have always loved the earthy, warm effect copper can have in a space, the way it beautifully distributes heat in cooking, and the charm it can bring to a space. It is so beautiful to look at brand new and even more beautiful as it ages. … Continue reading Copper Everything
I am blessed to have a best friend from college living close by. Our friendship was instantaneous and we have shared so much of our lives together. We haven't always lived close by, so I am cherishing this time that she is near. Her and her hubby are now settling back in the States after … Continue reading Finding New Hobbies in Quarantine
Is it possible to be a nomad and a homebody at the same time? Having grown up out west and moving to the east coast, I had hopped between the south and the north through college. After taking a dream job and moving to New York, I was not surprised to fall in love with … Continue reading My Story
This is a very odd time to start a blog. Our current world is very strange and stressed. I am not oblivious to the tension rising and the division happening, but I am choosing to live a counter cultural life-- my life. This is a lifestyle that I know is not for everybody, but it … Continue reading Hi, I’m Hope.