Some people hear the word “DIY” and they’re instantly afraid. They picture paint, scary tools, and a whole lotta time. But today’s DIY project isn’t scary at all and it will take you less than 10 minutes to put together. Yep, we’re pretty confident ANYONE can tackle this project. Continue reading
Do you know any New Homeowners celebrating their very first holiday in their new home? We’re excited to publish our first annual 2014 Christmas gift guide just for you! This collection of gifts will provide you with some last minute ideas (and easy to find links) that will help you give the new homeowners in your life a gift that provides both function and style to their new place. Notice, none of these gifts are necessarily holiday themed, allowing you to use this gift guide ALL YEAR LONG! Continue reading
Being the new kid in town can be hard, and we’ve all been there before. You don’t know a soul, don’t know if people are friendly, and heck you probably don’t even know where the nearest grocery store can be found. Yep, being new can sometimes suck.
We think you should make the whole “new kid” thing suck a little less for the new neighbor in your neck of the woods. Sure, you already know how to be a good neighbor because you read this etiquette post. But we think you guys are total overachievers, and you’re willing to go above and beyond to welcome your new neighbors to their ‘hood.
So why not welcome the new kids to the block with this easy, inexpensive, edible, won’t-take-you-more-than-5-minutes gift?!
This is awesome Post #1 in our new DIY Corner series, brought to you by the creative ladies over at The DIY Playbook. Thanks for celebrating DIY Thursday with us!
So you’re moving out of your home or apartment and you have a million things on your mind, not to mention your to-do list is a mile long. I know, I know. I’ve been there. But I have something that you can add to that to-do list that is actually kinda fun. (Yes, I did just put “fun” and “to-do list” in the same sentence.)
The Welcome Home Gift Idea
Why not get some good karma going before that upcoming move of yours, and leave a little something for the new owners/renters of your place? It will take minimal time and money, and it will leave you feeling like a million bucks.