Genuinely Cool Stuff 5.31.16

Hello friends! I hope that everyone had the most amazing three day weekend and enjoyed a little sunshine and some good memories. I have to admit I spent most of the weekend hustlin’ – I have some really big, exciting things coming soon that I cannot wait to share with you guys! But yes, my weekend was filled up with a matinee movie, volunteering, drinks with friends, picnics and of course the boring stuff (IT support, spring cleaning and running errands). It also left me with plenty of time to hunt down the best tidbits of information from around the web this week! This week’s genuinely cool stuff posts bring us: instruction on how to keep your houseplants alive, a super sweet, spring-inspired D.I.Y. and tips for a welcoming and functional guest bedroom!

Enjoy! xx
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1. Super helpful tip for freezing and preserving herbs out of season // The Kitchn
2. Because I am a grammar nerd and contranyms fascinate me // Mental Floss
3. A much needed guide for how to not kill your houseplants // Apartment Therapy
4. Love these tips for a welcoming guest room // Almost Makes Perfect
5. Love this blooming monogram D.I.Y. // Lulus
6. Definitely need to stock up on these green living books // Model 4 Green Living
7. A clutz like me can really use this stain remover guide // Hip Domestic
8. Simple instructions for roasting garlic // Crunchy Creamy Sweet
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    • Annie
      June 1, 2016 / 10:35 am

      Thanks so much Andy 🙂

    • Annie
      June 1, 2016 / 10:36 am

      I know right!? Definitely next on the to-do list!

  1. May 31, 2016 / 6:35 pm

    I would love to create that floral monogram! I recently planted several different flower types around our country home and I'm patiently waiting for everything to bloom. Once it does, I'm going to start experimenting with some flower arrangement tutorials. 🙂

    It has always fascinated me, but I've never actually taken the formal time to learn the art of it.

    Also, that's such a good way to freeze herbs!! I generally put them in water and then when the cubes are frozen I pop them out and place everything in a ziplock.

    xo
    N
    StyleTomes

    • Annie
      June 1, 2016 / 10:37 am

      Oh my goodness Nataliya that sounds like a fairytale! I cannot wait until we buy a new home with a garden for flowers as well as an herb garden! One can only dream 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

    • Annie
      June 1, 2016 / 10:37 am

      Thanks Miriam 🙂

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