I love pretty flowers! But I don’t have much of a green thumb when it comes to actually growing them. This fun upcycled flower garden – made from items I found at my local Goodwill store – adds a bit of color to a blah corner of my yard.
As I was working on my Spring Home Refresh Checklist last month, I looked around my living room and realized there are a lot of little pieces of Goodwill right here. I rarely buy anything brand-new for my home. Between Goodwill, yard sales and items given to me over the years, I don’t really need to.
Just a few months ago, many of us hadn’t heard of Zoom and now it has become a vital often used tool to keep us connected with family, friends and work. Truly one of the gifts of our requested stay-at home time has allowed us to use this technology as a way to work remotely and to see those we care about in a whole new way.
I quickly browsed the internet for an affordable new home office desk & chair, waited for it to arrive, and assembled it. Once it was complete, I again noticed something; this new was desk and chair of mine, still was missing a personal touch. So, using my creativity, I shopped my home for home decor items I’ve previously purchased from Goodwill that could add elements to create a cozy space to my “office.”