Partly sponsored post. Is it planting seedlings? Or planting seeds to grow seedlings? Oh boy! If you’re in the Western Cape, it wouldn’t have been lost on you that we had a lovely, wet winter. I am so very thankful for the rain and, for the most part, so is my garden. Winter does however… Read More Let’s Garden: Planting Seedlings
I’m back with another Sunday Meandering, this time we visit the Majik Forest in Van Riebeeckshof.
This month’s #romancingthehome theme is “Elevate Your Every Day”. I’ve really had to think about this one because, quite honestly, lately I am guilty of not elevating my everyday. I’m kind of just trying to keep my head above water over here, house-wise any way.
I’ve been thinking, I know that I promise to share our day trips and road trips with you, but for some reason I don’t include the smaller ones – the ones to the beach or to the park. So, I’m going to introduce “Sunday Meanderings” to the travel section of this blog.
So, I’ve given you feminine. I’ve given you masculine. And now, I’m going to give you balance. Well, I’m going to try to at least!
Can you guess what our #romancingthehome theme is for June? If you guessed “masculine” then you would be correct! Last time I shared ways to add feminine touches to your home, so it made sense to me to balance that out with some masculine touches. Are you ready? Straight lines There is something about straight… Read More 5 ways to add masculine touches to your home
You asked for it, so here it is! Our Father’s Day Gift Guide 😁
The product used in this post is partly sponsored. If you follow me on Instagram, you will know that I promised you a “How To” as well as a review on the Fired Earth Cabinet & Furniture paint that I used for my most recent project: DIY Melamine Cupboard refresh.
May’s theme for #romancingthehome is “Embracing the Feminine”; it was so much more challenging to write about than I thought it would be, which is why it has taken me so long to write something!
If you read my very first blog post, you will know that I have very mixed feelings about my kitchen. I mean, I love it, but there are some things that I would like to change.