After what seems like years in the making, I am finally done with my bathroom remodel! The remodel included demoing the old medicine cabinet and vanity, repairing and repainting walls, tiling the floor, and building a new custom vanity.
You can read more about my bathroom remodel, from the beginning below!
Bathroom Remodel Inspo
Bathroom Remodel: Building a Vanity
Bathroom Remodel: The Demo Begins
Bathroom Remodel: New Walls
Installing a New Bathroom Vanity
Tiling Over an Existing Tile Floor
And now for the big reveal:
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There has been more stress and anxiety in the world the last few months than ever before. Its important to find ways to take a break and rest your mind. Scrolling through beautiful pictures helps calm and inspire me.
For what I’m loving this week, I pulled some beautiful images that inspire me. I hope you keep reading and enjoy this little mental break.
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I know a lot of my loyal followers are fellow bloggers. Those of us who post regular content know the challenge of continuing to think of new and engaging topics that are still relevant to our blog. I am certainly one of them!
I have struggled a lot with my blog lately due to the corona virus pandemic. I want to be sure my posts are still useful and relevant to people who are facing all sorts of new challenges in life. I almost stopped blogging completely in the last month, because I just didn’t know what to write.
I’ve been doing a lot of brainstorming the last few weeks on topics that can still be useful and inspiring, and I’m happy that the posts have been flowing once again!
If you’ve ever experienced a blog rough patch, here are a few ideas to stay creative with posts:
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Keeping your home clean seems like a constant battle. Sometimes I don’t even know how my house gets so messy when I’m not even around! It also seems like the more free time that you have, the harder it is to spend time cleaning.
As I’ve shared before, I believe the best way to be productive is to make a list and hold yourself accountable. I created this 7 day challenge to help guide you through a deep clean of your home. This should take a max of 1 hour a day, and leave your home in a cleaner state long term!
The key is to commit to the project and keep up with the tasks each day– no cheating! I plan to follow the challenge this week!
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If you think you’re the kind of person who could never be a runner, I’m here to tell you that isn’t true! With a little bit of commitment and the right plan, you can train to run a 5k in a little over a month. I’ve created a week-by-week plan to help you from the start.
This plan only has 4 workouts per week, and most of your workouts will be 30 to 45 minutes long. It starts slow and builds over the course of a month, with the end being a 5k run, that you could also do during a race that you signed up for!
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With gyms being closed for the foreseeable future, its hard to keep up with workouts at home. Whether its struggling with motivation, not having equipment, or just not knowing what to do, working out is even more of a challenge.
Although most of my exercise comes from running, I try to do body weight strength training a couple of times per week. What I’ve learned is that you don’t need a ton of equipment or a fancy workout plan in order to build strength and get that heart rate going. Some of the most basic workout moves are all you really need!
Check out this quick at home workout that requires no special equipment. The best part of the workout is that you can repeat the rounds as you get stronger to make it more challenging.
Lets do this!
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