*Winner (by old school raffle picking) of the Freely 3-month lifestyle box subscription is Breanna! Thank you every one for your support, my heart is so full. One day I hope to do a giveaway and announce, “You get a box! And YOU get a box!”*
I never officially shared my latest partnership with Wayfair, so I guess I should mention it. I’m working with Wayfair – the mothership to Joss & Main, ALL+MODERN, Dwell Studio and Birch Lane! Hurrah! All things home! This means I get to share some inspiring home posts with you while working with Wayfair.
Wayfair is hosting their first conference in Boston called the Heart Home Conference. It’s a two-day conference for influencers in the home space. You know it took me a while to figure out what my focus was when I first started blogging – it was photography turned lifestyle – aka everything. So I paid close attention to the theme of my blog and really what my life was about – home, gardening and simple (short-cut) living.
I’ve never been to Boston, as often as I’ve been to the East Coast and have always wanted to go so I finally decided I should do it – because when else will I make the time? So, I bought a ticket, and yes I can sell it and transfer it if life happens and I need to change my mind – but let’s hope not because I really do want to check out Boston (not sure how much time I’ll actually get to discover it outside of the conference – will have to figure that out).
Interested in attending? There are 12 tickets left under the early bird (more will be released) here. Space is limited to 250 attendees. If you go let me know so I have an instant buddy.
In other news, as the paint continues to dry in my office, I’m looking at furniture – go figure. You can see my latest board pins here.
Here’s what I’m eyeing, but not sure when to pull the trigger – this office evolution may take 3-4 months. I’m looking for a couch that I can take a nap on. I don’t know why, it just seems logical to me to have one that would at least let me take one, if I wanted to. I just want the option.
Call me Neutral Nancy because that’s how I roll, even with clothes most of the time too!