SUSTAINABLE ENTHUSIASM JUST FOR YOU!


How do you maintain sustainable enthusiasm for starting and completing your projects?  For me it's most definitely perusing the internet and reading blogs. My curiosity and desire to learn is fulfilled just by going online.  I get to visit people from all over the world without leaving my house.  It's quite magical if you think about it.



Reading and finding new blogs sustains my enthusiasm to be creative and handy. They are a constant source for getting inspired and educating myself.

Here are some posts that I hope will help you sustain your enthusiasm to make and recreate!

This post will make you want to make your own shelf's:

Image Credit: First Home Dreams
A Pallet Wall.  This is just plain awesome - love this.  This cost a whopping $20. Might as well start collecting your pallets now:

Image Credit: Cape 27

Got wood?  Fall decor that couldn't be any easier. Just head outside to find your centerpiece.
Image Credit: SAS Interiors


Sometimes you never know what you may stumble upon. Like this holder for charging your cell phone.  So inventive.  Come on, you know you want to make one.

Image Credit: Make It & Love It


So when your lacking that motivation needed to get you going, all you need to do is hop on your computer.  Allow it to aid you in branching out and trying and learning new things.  Allow it to sustain your enthusiasm.

All my best!

~ Holly

10 comments:

  1. Your blog is filled with nice and useful stuff. I simply love it.
    Keep sharing...
    Thanks
    Divya

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  2. Thank you! I appreciate your feedback. More good stuff to come for sure :)
    ~ Holly

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  3. Some very interesting ideas, Holly! :-)

    I should hop on the Net more often to find techniques to clean my home without lifting a finger :P - do let me know if you ever come across some magical duster or vacuum cleaner that intuitively understands the messy state of my home and does my job for me! ;)

    I'll be returning to your blog, for sure! :D

    Kit (from G+)

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    1. Thank you Krithika!! You are so funny. Wouldn't that be nice, if we were to ever find that magical duster/vacuum that intuitively cleans our homes - we'd be rich :D.

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  4. I am constantly looking on the internet for inspiration, searching through period costume sights for images, how to's. constantly learning new things or how to do things the way they were done in period. looking for DIY projects that will help me organize or decorate my space.

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    1. Thank you Jessica for your response :D. Isn't the net great! I learn something new everyday. I too am big on organizing my space as well. I will keep on adding Organizing ideas, be sure to keep checking back. Thanks again!

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  5. I am a new follower, your blog is so creative, inspiring & helpful :)

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    1. Thank you Miss Annie! Your feedback means so much to me :D
      I checked out your blog too :) What a beautiful blog you have!

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  6. Hey... I like the phone holder!!!! thanks

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    1. I know right! Isn't it clever. Thanks Stan!

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