Since we first started dating, we’ve always had a weekend trip around Valentine’s Day. The first year it wasn’t intentional, the second year I decided to make it into a gift (cheesy, over-the-top homemade travel brochure and all), and by the third year this weekend trip gained it’s “tradition” status. It’s nice to take a few days to get a change of scenery and explore a little together. Despite some seriously wet and gross weather, we still thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and found some great spots in the city. We’ve even talked about coming back when it’s warm to try places we didn’t get to this time, and I can’t wait! I’m excited to share things to do in Louisville KY with you based on our experience as first-time tourists in this brief yet memorable trip.
One of my goals for this year is to make our bedroom cozier and more cohesively styled. When I moved in, the bedroom was basically my catch-all area, and I focused on my living/kitchen/dining room area above all else. While I love spending time in those areas, I want the bedroom to be more inviting. I had a lot of time to dwell on this as I spent three days sick in my bed last week. In between coughing fits and naps, it dawned on me that one part of the bedroom I already love is my nightstand. Since I’m taking you all with me on this project of cozy-fying my bedroom, I wanted to share the details of how my nightstand is styled. I hope you enjoy my rustic nightstand decor ideas!
We can all agree that our housing choices are deeply personal decisions that we do not make lightly. I’ve been a renter for nearly a decade at various properties at different price points and styles. Those personal experiences along with the knowledge I’ve gained working in the multi-family housing industry have provided me with a much deeper understanding of what we, as renters, need to consider when choosing an apartment home. Whether you’re searching for your first apartment home or are unhappy and searching for a different apartment, these six important factors to consider when apartment hunting will serve you well.