I recently pinned this picture below:
- I love the fact that the work area is set up against the window, I love to work facing windows so if my mind wanders I can look at something pretty or unexpected.
- I love the storage on the left and on the top.
- It doesn’t hurt that the Mr and I could work side-by-side.
Love the style but I keep thinking of the strain on the hairline and the overall weight.
I love her ear rings and her overall attitude
Such a dreamy bathroom
Delicious quinoa recipe, yum!!
Love the hairstyle but I wonder if it’s heavy …
Love the white and black of this bathroom
Love her glasses
Love the pop of colour.
I love the lighting fixtures
Her make up is flawless!
Just the imagery of this ..
Also known as what happens in the real life that almost always constricts a great blogging schedule!
- Upcycling old kitchenware beautifully!
- Weep for this generation 😦
- Great (and practical) ways to teach your children about money.
- Yet another lentil recipe.YUM!!!
- Another chai recipe – cupcakes this time.
- Vegetarian biryani. YUM!
- Something we also learn about marriage on the grind.
- Because she is that bit close to John Legend.
- On testing teenagers for AIDS.
- I know someone whose Dr could not tell her the right size of her baby. Very scary and confusing for the mom-to-be.
- Some things to do for yourself this year. I like the bit about having therapy, kinda feeling that vybe this year. Also, exploring your new city or going to a totally new place.
- Five strategies to get your academic writing “unstuck”.
- Youngest person to buy a Gulfstream Jet is a Malawian Pastor. Will leave that there.
Happy Sunday and reading!
Posted in design, home, marriage, school, working
Tagged AIDS, cooking, design, growing up., home, interior design, John Legend, life, loves, marriage, motherhood, recipes, school, Sunday Reads, teenagers, working, writing
Please join me in welcoming Scarcity to this here blog. She blogs over at Scarcity’s Notebook where she is trying to reinvent her blog by writing about herself, life and her creative side. See her brief bio below:
Hi people thanks for stopping by. I’m fun-loving, creative and love being artsy I desire to design on a dime because that’s where I draw my design challenge from. I strive to be clean neat and tidy but most of the time its work in progress. My family and close friends are very dear and important to me and most of all I draw my strength, faith and hope from God.
I’m a working mum and happily married. In my spare time I spend it with my family, reading blogs, cleaning and tidying up.
Imagery speaks volumes and Pinterest just does it for me, most for new projects I want to work on. I gather my inspiration and findings from there.
Currently I’m more interested in DIY projects as I’m accumulating a lot of clutter in my house so I’m reading about what to do with what I have.
The holidays are coming up as well and I have a preschooler at home, so craft ideas are welcome to keep us busy during the festive season. My biggest resource is what I have, for example toys like Legos, disposable birthday cups, tissue paper rolls and the like.
Here are some of the resources I’m going to use for these craft tutorials.
When it comes to design I like the minimalist approach to clean lines and less is more.
I combine that style with personal finds that I like to have around the house. Example the picture above is a good example of a minimalist home with a personal touch.
I don’t vow by one interior design style but I have preferences here and there. In any interior space cleanliness and order is key. Being clean, neat and tidy comes naturally for me and I can’t function or operate in a messy space.
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Tagged Clutter, decor, design, DIY, guest post, Holiday Fun, home, interior design, lifestyle, motherhood, parenting, Scarcity
I secretly like to think of myself as a bit of an interior decorator and often drool over different rooms and set ups and below are some that happened to catch my eye this past week.
Hope you have enjoy these rooms as I have enjoyed clicking on them repeatedly!
Love the treatment of the wall and the open shelves
With the bed a bit higher, I could have this as my bedroom.
With this reading nook, I do solemnly promise to read for at least an hour daily!
Such a sucker for the ceiling and the wooden planks …