When I think about all of the big life changes I need to make – eating better, exercising more (losing weight), cutting back on my weekly wine/cocktail intake, getting more sleep, doing better at keeping the laundry folded, finishing school, reading more, quitting smoking (I know, I know – but nobody is perfect), I get a little overwhelmed. Am I doing it wrong??? My husband always talks me off the ledge and encourages me to “make small changes”, little improvements one at a time. Because when you try to tackle too much at once, you tend to hit a breaking point that takes you the proverbial two steps backward in the wrong direction (or at least, that has been my experience).
It’s funny how I forget that the same principle often applies to my home. I bought this adorable little Eskimo fan from Salvation Army about 8 months ago. The blue was cute, and I even kind of liked the rust on it. But the color goes with literally nothing in my home, and I had been wanting to upgrade it a little for a while now. You may have noticed it on my mantel in my THIS POST.
Here is the new and improved version:
I would love to hear about your plans for the 4th of July! Fireworks? Barbecues? Red White & Blue Cocktails??