When you are self-isolated or quarantined at home, it is easy to just sit in front of the TV or Netflix I know I have Hart of Dixie on replay since this pandemic started. It is fun to get lost in mindless entertainment for awhile, but I will warn you that the flu episode is triggering. I mean seriously if you are on social media or watch the news and have it on all day that is enough to make anyone’s stress level go through the roof. So instead of focusing on what is going on in the world
I’ll just tell y’all flat out—washday isn’t my favorite. In my Champagne Style imagination, a truck pulls up to the house weekly and a uniformed laundry employee cheerfully collects my sacks of jeans, sheets, towels, shirts, and blouses, and whisks them off to laundry land. Once they’ve worked their magic, they leave last week’s clean and freshly pressed batch in neat, paper-wrapped packages tied up with strings on the front porch. When I come out of it, I realize I actually have
I love finding out more about our country’s history. The U.S. offers hundreds of years’ worth of events and stories and a lot of ways to find out more about them. Still, I believe that reading about a place doesn’t come close to seeing it for yourself. Here are my favorite U.S. travel destinations for history-lovers—of course, flying is a little tricky right now with everything going on in the world, so your best bet is to hop in the car and take a road trip to one of these historic
Your wedding day is the perfect occasion to bring all of your loved ones together in one place. You can create a memorable time for the whole family if you take the time to consider their needs and preferences. Here are five ways that you can show your guests that you care that they have a wonderful time celebrating this new beginning in your life. Encourage Mingling One way to ensure that everyone has an amazing time on your special day is to encourage mingling prior to the ceremony.
Spring is finally here, y’all. I was tired of being cooped up inside my house; I was itching to get out to my garden or enjoy a refreshing glass of wine while I watch the sunset. Now, I finally can. Yet, all that time I spent stuck in my house made me realize I need to do some serious renovations. Below are some spring remodeling projects to brighten your home. New Window Treatments A few weeks ago, I was on the couch binging something on Netflix and I looked over at my windows.