Here's to our latest Monday Moment fodder: YOU! Or weird portraits of Offbeat Homies in their living spaces. This photo was submitted to us by Offbeat Homie Belinda. She wanted us to make note of the monster blankets, stories, and fantastic animal sheets!
I showed off all my kitchen gadgets that look like animals. But recently I stumbled upon these home goods that look like things you would find in your garden. Imagine flowers and leaves that can help you in your kitchen, at your office, or even help you get organized! Bring the outside indoors with these nature-inspired home goods.
I'm about to embark on a new career change which may frequently involve temporarily relocating to multiple places across the country. These temporary moves would likely be just me, my dog, no car, and likely without my partner.
I am trying to think ahead, while keeping price and possible storage/shipping ability in mind. What kind of simple, minimal furniture options are out there for this kind of arrangement?
When that guy I married and I get into fights we decided long ago to not forget that love each other, even when we feel like killing each other. So we made a deal and came up with a little sign we could give each other that says "I'm mad at you, but don't forget I still love you."
I decided to DIY a large chevron onto thick canvas curtains from IKEA — and I'm happy to say that it was a total success! I originally rejected the idea as a lot of fabrics won't hold up paint, but when it dawned on me that canvas is what artists use to paint on, everything fell into place.
Prompted by my therapist, I'm attempting to take up meditation. I've cleared a spot in the second bedroom in which to get my 'tation on, but I'm both finding it difficult because I have back problems and the floor is so uncomfortable. So I'm on the lookout for some good meditation chairs. Any of you have experience shopping for the right mediation-encouraging chair?