My blog is a form of a dear diary series. I confide and I share. Occasionally, I share what drives me crazy or what I can not binge fast enough on Netflix.
Somedays I may talk about my kids and our soon to be empty nest.
It is okay to talk about my kids, because I don’t think my kids read my blog. (But their friends do)! #wink
Our Bernese mountain dogs, Chloe & Elliott are often in the background of my videos & stories.
My motto is to embrace the mistakes because the DIY mistakes or recipe fails make for better stories. Our homes are a reflection of our lives. So let’s give each other grace and create more joy!
BRAND VOICE: Approachable, light, honest, sometimes sassy, thoughtful. Colorado active lifestyle. Big dog family. Repurpose stuff.
My readers love garage sales, budgets, DIY, one-hour projects, upcycling ideas, pets, holidays and seasons.
If you think Everyday Edits would be a good fit to collaborate with your brand or product, please contact me here.
Here’s my story featured in Voyage Denver.
Previous Brand Collaborations
Projects for Summer 2021 at Everyday Edits
- Raised Garden Beds
- Add wallpaper to an upstairs bedroom/guest room wall
- Organizational systems for holiday and seasonal decor
- Learn how to cook 7 dinner recipes ;0)
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