I have to admit, accomplishing DIY projects are quite fulfilling. After moving to Roanoke, I convinced the hubs to move us out of his bachelor pad and into a place with some character. Little did we know that we’d come across an old cotton mill that was renovated into lofts. Talk about CHARACTER… exposed brick, ceiling to floor windows, original hardwood and gorgeous exposed wooden beams. It’s slowly coming together and I wanted to share one of my favorite DIY projects so far: our tea & coffee station. (the only thing missing is our little french press because it’s on back order)
So I decided to update my site layout (hope you guys like it), but for some reason a bunch of my posts have “gone missing.” Although this may be due to my lack of solid html skills, I’ll just call it a fresh start to the new year lol.
I recently decided to pursue some of my aspirations, and with those pursuits came a relocation. Last month I left my awesome life in DC and headed to Nashville. The East Coast is a haven for culture junkies and foodies like me, and these things are not as easily found in the South lol. I miss DC, NY, New Haven and all my awesome folks there, but I have some great friends and family in Nashville that keep me sane!
The best part about these new endeavors is that I have lots more time to focus on writing editorials, freelancing and I even picked up my old gig at Sephora! So stay tuned for some great new articles and posts!