I have a theory. When you live in your home long enough, and you spend a lots of time working on your home, you get to a point where you often ignore tasks or problems that should be glaringly obvious. These can be big or little, important or innocuous, and...
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They don't call it spring cleaning for nothin'. I'm not sure what it is about the end of the colder winter months, but come the change in season, the inner OCD / Type A neat freak in me awakens from her state of hibernation. Whether it's tackling our fridge funk,...
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I think we've all been there. If you haven't, count yourself lucky. What am I talking about? I'm talking about those times when you feel like you've got so much going on that you can't keep your head on straight.We've reached a point in our lives and home renovation where we...
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This past week, I noticed an unpleasant odor coming from our refrigerator every time I opened the door. Admittedly my sense of smell is much more sensitive than Alex's, but even after a few days he began to notice it too. I moved items around, checked the milk, and looked...
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We have very exciting news today -- we're guest blogging over at Brooklyn Limestone as part of Mrs. Limestone's "Conquered Clutter" series! We're excited for our very first guest post, so much so that we're going to be talking about the behind the scenes of our adventure over here. In honor...
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