Thanksgiving might look different this year with smaller family celebrations. It’s a great time to reflect on quality family time, instead of just going through the motions. One way to add a little bit of festivity to your get-together is a fun “this or that” game (that is thanksgiving themed of course!).
Print enough copies for everyone to fill out their answers, and then have fun comparing and debating the best parts of the day! I’ve also created coordinating placecard holders to make each person feel special at the meal.
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Happy Thanksgiving from Style & the Suburbs!
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I was recently working on new frames and artwork for above my bed. After searching etsy, I just couldn’t find a pair of prints that I really liked. I was looking for something simple, yet a statement piece. I hopped on Canva, which is my favorite website for designing things like invitations and printables. Canva has lots of free photos and illustrations, which make designing your own content really easy.
I ended up designing a few different options for myself, and thought that I could share them with you all! The files are all a series of 2 or 3 5″x7″ print pages. You can download, scale, and print how you wish to create your own artwork!
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I know, I know, some of you aren’t ready for fall. If you are one of those people still clinging to the last weeks of summer, just bookmark this post for when you are ready!
For those of you who are ready to embrace chilly weather, crunchy leaves, and to light a pumpkin candle, you have come to the right place! I have created some fun fall printables to liven up your fall decor. I love putting these in a cute picture frame and displaying in my mudroom or kitchen!
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Its been a long couple of months for all of us. I hope you are taking care of yourself and your family. Its hard not to be overwhelmed with fear and worry right now. I’ve been trying to spend my time keeping busy with house projects, exercising, and binge watching some of my favorite shows.
I’ve found that turning off the news for most of the day has helped with not feeling so overwhelmed. I’ve also been trying to stay uplifted by motivating myself and others with positive vibes. On my run this weekend, a woman gave me a simple thumbs up, and it meant a lot to have that little bit of positive connection.
In the spirit of positive mindset, I’ve created some uplifting printables that are all free for you to download, print, and use how you would like!
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As I approach my first month of working from home, I’ve found that some days, I’m super productive, and then there are others where its suddenly 4pm and I’ve accomplished nothing. You’re more than likely juggling a lot right now– work, your children, cooking at home, and taking time to take care of yourself. That is a lot!
One thing that I have found to be helpful is to add structure to my days. It’s not necessarily an hour by hour schedule, but a list of things that I hope to accomplish that day. For me, this list includes both work and home obligations, as well as carving out time for self care breaks. I wanted to share the planner that I created for myself to help me plan my days in case you find it helpful!
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When times are tough, its hard to budget money for things like home decor. That doesn’t mean you can’t do things to transform and refresh your home! All it takes is a little bit of time and creativity. Below are 5 inexpensive or even free ways to update your decor today.
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