There is a quote by Nelson Mandela that I love – “It is always impossible until it’s done”. I tend to live my life a bit this way. I wouldn’t call myself the greatest trailblazer nor am I a big risk-taker. But, I have a tendency to never take ‘No’ for an answer and my husband is certainly the same way. When it came to buying a new house, we were no different. Read More
I created my blog to share my recipes and provide myself with an outlet to catalog what I bake/cook and it’s turned into a fun way journal my food creations. It’s also interesting to see how I’ve evolved as a baker, cook and as a person. My focus for this blog hasn’t ever been financial gain, but rather to share my fun experiences, mistakes and successes and hope it helps or at least entertains someone else.
Speaking of evolution, I recently accomplished something that just recently seemed near impossible for ME. I bought a house with my husband. And of course, like most things in my life, we couldn’t just do it the easy, traditional way. No, no. We had to swim upstream.
To be more specific, we decided to buy a complete dump and do a full renovation. Most people thought/still think we are absolutely crazy. We’ve been told it will ruin our marriage or at the least cause of a lot of relationship issues, etc. Anyone that tells us that really doesn’t know us at all or what we have been through together.
So if you’ve come across this post and also have an interest in doing a renovation or perhaps have been told you too are crazy, well, you’ve come to the right place. I am documenting my experience along this chaotic adventure and sharing everything I learn. Read More