Create this easy wooden cake stand. You can repurpose old items and add them with new, or buy all new as all of the items are available at your local hardware store.…
Breezy Green Home Style
I love milkshakes! Add a cute, festive celebration to it and I’m sold!…
Always In Need Of A Place To Hang Your Hat and A Place
Create this simple farmhouse look with this easy DIY farmhouse coat rack that you can stain and hang in your home in less than a day. Nothing is better than having a place to hang your hat, coat, or those canvas totes. This simple, easy to-do farmhouse coat rack will give you just that in some very easy steps. The one I made above will be used for pool towels and my book bag that I can bring out to the pool. Juggling 45 things out to the pool with me would be much easier with a bag. Plus, noting drives me crazier than to have wet pool towels all over the outdoor furniture, tossed on the grass, and so on. I wonder what you’ll use your Farmhouse Rack for? Please share!…
I was recently looking back on some of my notes. Yes, I’m a journal hoarder. Let me hear ya loud and clear with a, “ME TOO!” These notes are from stupid things that I’ve done with paint and stain to my list of goals. Notes that I’ve made about what I’ve learned, to Bible verses I don’t want to forget, to a really good recipe for stuffed chicken.…
With all of the very supportive challenges out there for January, this one that my insta-friend Nancy Ray has created just really moved me. Maybe it will move you too. Why was I moved?
I sat. I thought. I knew I’d get a message that it was all okay.
Then, Nancy Ray showed up on my feed. Coincidence? Nope!
The Contentment Challenge spoke to me…
Below is a sampling of part of her challenge:
- Read A Life Giving Home with the Nancy Ray Book Club throughout the year
- Weekly Questions with Will (Blogpost coming on this)
- Mind-Body-Soul time with each girl daily (Blogpost coming on this, too!)
- Quarterly de-clutter and donation run
I really can’t express how sweet Nancy is as her personality just beams through her insta-stories and her blog. Her photography is top-notch! She is a mom of 3, with a newborn son. Love!
Thank you, Nancy for allowing me to share!
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It seems like our “To-Do” list keeps getting longer and longer. But, this year I am so hopeful and know that we have a list and that’s what matters when it comes to getting stuff D-O-N-E in our home and on our property.
A calm home is so important.
It’s very important to provide this for my family.
Being aware of the mood and energy of a home is so important. I’m sure by this day in age, you’ve all heard about the Feng Sheu method, or Hygee, the Danish word for the art of happiness and living simply.
To me it all means living calm.
But, what does living calm mean to me and what does it mean to you?
Calm living means living with a clean and tidy home, but not too tidy because we’re all human and it’s okay to have some things out of place.
It means family rituals. Playing board games after homework. Connecting together as a family. Having quite time to ourselves because that’s important too.
I’ve put all of what I do to make my home a Calm Home into a Calm Home Recipe just for you.
Let me know if you do these things too, or if you have any other ways that you make your home calm. I’d love to hear them and try them out.
Well, according to Joanna Gaines’ new book, Home Body I’m a style blend of Farmhouse-Modern-Rustic-Industrial-Traditional-Boho
What are you…?
Breezy Green Home definitely reflects what I love and what we love as a family. We love gathering, having company, hosting holidays, and just being home. We are real home bodies!