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I love spring for so many reasons, but mostly because it is associated with new beginnings! And, one of the new beginnings that we have going on in our lives right now is moving.
We all know that moving can be exciting! But, it can also become a daunting task if you let it.
For me, I have chosen to embrace this move by planning ahead of time, being positive and continuing to write in my Book of Positive Aspects, as well as focusing on finding inspiration wherever I can.
I even made notes of miscellaneous cleaning and moving supplies to pick up from Dollar Tree while we were waiting for our dinner a few nights back just to make sure I stay on task.
Not only that, but for a limited time Dollar Tree is having a Bonus Buys event where most of the supplies I listed and purchased come with extra amounts for free! I’ll take that any day!
The first place I started with inspiration was Pinterest by creating an “Our New Home” board, so that I could collect all things inspirational for the process of getting unpacked and decorating our new home with fresh new vibes, especially in each of the bedrooms because they are all bigger than what we have now.
Tips and Trends Blog
As I searched for further inspiration, I came across Furniture.com and their Tips and Trends Blog. Not only does the site create a one-stop-shopping experience for furniture, but the blog has an amazing variety of topics on how to stylishly accessorize your space.
Right now, I am focusing on the boys’ bedroom first because although they will still be sharing a room, it will be twice as large as the room they are in now.
Both, Pinterest and the Tips and Trends Blog has great information and inspiration for how to style a shared bedroom for children and teens.
I’m excited about this and I know the boys are, too!
They have already “notified” me 🙂 that they would like their beds on opposite sides of the room with a pool table in the middle.
I think I can handle that! What do you think?
My vision is that their room will have more of a “teen lounge” type of vibe which will keep them active and engaged even while at home. There’s actually a pin on Pinterest that coins these type of rooms as “Rooms to Stop the Young From Straying” and I love it!
Well, I’m off to do some more planning! Stay tuned to Part 2 of this moving journey!
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