Come January, it’s not uncommon to feel stuck and uninspired with your wardrobe, home, meal planning, and more. Fighting the post holiday blues? This is when I turn to my friends in the Blogosphere for inspiration to kick-start my creativity. Here are five articles I found helpful this week, enjoy!
1. Building Blocks of a Capsule Wardrobe
Working with pieces you already own in your closet, my pal Andy, author of the blog Pearls and Pantsuits, breaks down how to pull all of those pieces together, saving you both time and money. PRESS HERE for her VERY SIMPLE, step-by-step guide, and start creating a capsule wardrobe with items you already own in your closet.
Traveling soon? PRESS HERE for Andy’s Fall Travel Capsule Wardrobe.
2. After Christmas to Winter Home
So you’ve taken down the tree and all the excess from Christmas. Now your house feels lighter and cleaner, but a little more drab and dull. I loved Rhoda’s tips on ways to add coziness to your home during these in-between winter months before spring arrives. Every year, we face the same situation and it’s nice to add some sparkle and calm around the house. Read more over at Southern Hospitality blog (HERE).
3. How to Make Your Home Spring Ready
Is your home looking a little sad without its Christmas finery? Cindy Hattersley published a quick, straightforward step-by-step post this week offering up tips on how to make your home spring-ready without breaking the bank. PRESS HERE to read the full article.
4. Coffee Table Decor Ideas That Add Interest + Style
Over here at Casa Bell, I’ve been working on moving pieces around, adding fresh throw pillows and fresh plants. One area I’ve been focusing on is our mantels and coffee tables. Ann over at One Sutton Place blog published a great article full of coffee table decor ideas that you can mix and match to get your own signature look and inject a breath of fresh air into your space. PRESS HERE to read the full article and pin-worthy photos you can duplicate in your own home.
5. Healthy Recipes and Meal Planning
I find great joy in cooking and baking healthy meals for my family, but it’s easy to get into a rut. Lexi offers everything from quick and easy dinners to gluten-free healthy treats on her website, Lexi’s Clean Kitchen. PRESS HERE to download her free meal planner, then PRESS HERE to begin browsing her very organized, easy-to-use site and get started.
How do you re-energize your home and yourself in the post-holiday months? Drop us a line down below, we’d love to hear!