Wishlist: A Home Office

Having my own home office is my definition of goals. The other day I imagined having the white victorian farmhouse of my dreams (yes, I can dream). Complete with a wrap around porch. I imagine there being a round room off to the side of the home (like this or this) with large tall windows. The room has wood flooring with beautiful white curtains and in the middle of the room is a desk. A beautiful desk just for me. To write, create… browse on Pinterest. And the windows are open, the tree branches nearby are home to birds who are happily singing, and the whole things is just… GOALS. Okay, enough daydreaming.

Here’s some pretty home office decor to swoon over:



Craving Creativity


Planning for: Boston + NYC birthday trip

Listening to: Rescue by Lauren Daigle

Drinking: Grapefruit sparkling water from Sprouts

Reading: Eleanor Olyphant is Completely Fine

Asking myself: Does it bring me joy?



Tis the Season

There’s so much to be thankful for. Like when you go to staff meeting and flashing lights go off and the CFO walks on stage with a briefcase handcuffed to his wrist and tells the CEO he has some Christmas things to approve. And then an announcement is made that we’re all going to load onto buses and go on a shopping spree because, oh yeah, all employees get $1,000 cash.


Or how about when you get money to go to an expensive Christmas dinner with friends and then show up to the fanciest after party where you get laugh with people you love and why not enjoy an Old Fashioned while you’re at it. And how earlier in the day you finally got your haircut and the hairdresser is lovely and then you get your makeup done because you deserve to feel glam every once in a while.

Or how about a quiet Sunday lounging in your apartment that looks like winter wonderland while wearing pajamas and your teddy bear slippers while your dog is nestled in a velvet blanket at your feet. And realizing that it’s only four days until you pick up your nephew at the airport and the next week is going to be full of slowing down and taking a break and enjoying the end of the Christmas season.