I finished her bookcases and
brought in some fun art and a sparkly lampshade.
And one side of her closet got turned into a play kitchen area.
The room still isn't done but, seriously, is it ever?
I also changed my mind on one of the goals. I had originally planned to set up a little desk area for myself in the guest bedroom but instead decided to carve out a workspace in my own bedroom.
Using this desk as a nightstand was the perfect solution. I'm also really excited to have a dedicated guest room since my dad is now retired and typically stays for at least a couple weeks when he comes to visit.
Thinking about making home goals this year kind of gives me a headache, stresses me out and sucks the fun out of decorating. Last year I remember feeling a little overwhelmed at all the things I wanted to accomplish on the home front. I made the mistake of making those things a priority over working out, eating healthy, and making time for me. This year I want to take a more balanced approach. So I've decided to make just one home goal this year.
Let Creativity Guide Me
That's my goal and my plan on the home front this year. While I do want to and would love to renovate our bathrooms, I plan to wait until the creative mood strikes before I do anything. I've learned that I think more clearly and more creatively when there's no specific agenda. And that's how I want my home to look - like it all came together effortlessly, creatively, without any real plan.
What's your plan on the home front this year? Are you making lists and goals? Or are you letting the creative winds blow you from project to project?