And another month down… we’re into the last of 2013! Are you ready for 2014? I always spend the first couple months of a new year writing the wrong year. Am I the only one? 🙂
November was a busy month for us! If you follow me on Instagram (@remodelaholic), you get a peek at upcoming projects… sometimes just the day before they show up on the blog! Plus snippets of our everyday life and awesomeness, like this:
We did some traveling to see some family for Thanksgiving, and we traveled to some of our favorite online places during November, too. Thankfully on our virtual guest stays, no one got sick. Wish I could say the same for our real-life trip! 🙂 If you missed them, you can check out our guest posts:
- simple mini wreath ornament at U-Create
- 3D snowflake tutorial at Pretty Handy Girl
- holiday guest prep tips and tricks at Wayfair
- Thanksgiving table setting ideas at Wayfair
- prepping your home for winter at Wayfair
And did you see that I’ll be presenting at the Build Your Blog Conference? If you’ll be there too, I would LOVE to meet you!
And now, here’s the review of what we did in November, in case you missed anything. Click on the photo to see the original post.
Get This Look
We added two new installments to our Get This Look library:
Design Inspiration and Round-Ups
We love rounding up some of our favorite ideas, recipes, and projects to share with you!
Top 10 and Link Parties
To accompany our weekly Remodelaholics Anonymous link parties, we share 10(ish) of our favorite trending things. This month we shared:
We love our guests. Having their amazing projects and tutorials here just makes our day! Check out all the amazing guests we featured this month:
Thanks for reading! What was the highlight of your November?
Lorene has been behind the scenes here at Remodelaholic for more than a decade! She believes that planning projects and actually completing them are two different hobbies, but that doesn't stop her from planning at least a dozen projects at any given time. She spends her free time creating memories with her husband and 5 kids, traveling as far as she can afford, and partaking of books in any form available.