All About Home

I’m not usually at a loss for words, but my goodness. What a week last week. The ability to stay home is a privilege, and if you are in the medical field or someone on the frontlines of this pandemic, I just want to express my thanks. I can’t imagine the exhaustion everyone from grocery store employees to nurses have right now. But because social distancing is so important at this time, I do want to acknowledge that I know this week and the coming weeks could look rather different for most people. Many are working from home, many are checking on neighbors to help, and many {myself included} are doing our best to create a haven of joy for our children as their routines are disrupted.

As a blogger, it is easy to become torn in times like this. Do I continue with business as usual? Do I pause for days? Many people request {via DM and e-mail} the positivity and “escape” to continue. I’m not a news outlet or a journalist, I’m just a small *frivolous* moment in your day to recharge. My husband never needs to think of current events intertwined with how he performs the tasks associated with his job. He doesn’t pause what he must execute. But with my job comes many privileges {staying home with my daughter} and many moments I feel I have to acknowledge what is going on in the world.

After asking many readers what they wanted to see, they encouraged me to continue with my usual editorial calendar. But today, I wanted to briefly pause that and focus on posts about the home. From organization to my favorite banana bread recipe, I want to round up a few posts so you can find peace in your home these next few days {or weeks} with your family.

So here is me, your virtual friend, sending you a hug. There is worry for our loved ones with compromised immune systems. There is worry for small businesses. There is worry for those that can’t work from home. There is worry for those that have no childcare options at this time. There is worry when you see what *could* happen if we are not socially responsible. While I can’t pretend we aren’t all hunkered down, I want you to know that I’m here to be a small and minute sense of normalcy. Enjoy your coffee and enjoy these posts. Scroll through and maybe, just maybe, you’ll find a post that will help your home feel a bit more cozy this week. I am so grateful for you all being here, and you provide as much comfort to me as hopefully, COF does for you.


  1. My Morning Smoothie
  2. My Nana’s Banana Bread
  3. Watermelon Margarita
  4. My At-Home Mocha
  5. Breakfast Pastry

For more ideas, my favorite baking blog is Elisabeth and Butter. For meals, I love The Defined Dish.

Dress | Earrings | Cabinet | Mirror | Tray

Working From Home

  1. Time Management Tips
  2. How to Track Your Goals
  3. Sample WFHM Schedule {Now that Maxi is older, my schedule is different. This is more of our schedule.}
  4. Toddler Activities while you Work
  5. Need a fun playlist to perk you up midday? Check here.

Your Favorite Home Posts

Some of these are quite old, so I apologize if not all items are available. Hopefully, the pictures serve as great inspiration!

  1. Our First Home
  2. Our old Master Bedroom
  3. How I turned a room into a Closet/Office in our first home.
  4. Closet Organization
  5. How to make a budget binder for your family.
  6. Our old Living Room
  7. Organization Guide
  8. My Cleaning Schedule.
  9. How to decorate on a budget.
  10. Keeping a Peaceful Home.

Most Asked About Home Items

Where are your jewelry organizers from?

My jewelry box and stand is from Kendra Scott and today they are 20% off! These are usually not included in any KS sales, so I’d not skip over that if they have been on your wish list. My velvet jewelry trays are from Amazon. You can find all of them under my Amazon Organization shop. You can see my jewelry organization blog post here.

Where is your living room decor from?

This is the room in the house that we’ve probably moved things around the most. I’ve swapped rugs in here with different rugs in the house. I traded a coffee table for an ottoman, but then my grandparents needed an ottoman, so I gave them mine. You get the idea. haha. But for the key pieces, here is my living room blog post. I’ll link everything I can above.

Where’s is Maxi’s bed from?

Maxi has the Bellina Arched Panel Daybed from Restoration Hardware Child. Here is a blog post on her bedroom.

Where is the wicker frame on your nightstand from?

The frame is by Aerin, here is the link.

Where is your kitchen runner from?

My runner is from Milagro Collective on Instagram.

Where are your master bedroom shams from? 

They are from Rachel Ashwell. This color isn’t available anymore, but they are available in Indigo here.

Where is Maxi’s dollhouse from?

You can get her dollhouse on Amazon here.

Where are your bird panels from?

My bird panels are from Frontgate here, but you can get the look-for-less version here.

Where are the mirrors in your home from?

Some mirrors are 4-7 years old, so no longer available online. However, I’ll link all the ones that are in stock!

Amazon Home

one | two | three | four | five | six | seven | eight | nine | ten | eleven | twelve | thirteen | fourteen | fifteen

Last but not least, here are lots of Amazon finds that can give you a similar style in your home to what I have in mine! Let me know if you have any other home questions.

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  1. So many posts, so much to read! Thanks for the roundup! ❤️✨

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

    Published 16 Mar 20Reply
  2. Laura Leigh wrote:

    Love this idea lady – such a great post and appreciate your pause doing this before diving back into regular content.

    xo Laura Leigh

    Published 16 Mar 20Reply
  3. Stephanie wrote:

    Such a phone posts! I’ve loved browsing all of your previous home posts. Thanks for sharing!

    Published 16 Mar 20Reply
  4. Julie wrote:

    I loved this post! Your home/decor content is always my favorite, loved seeing the new stylings and additions you’ve added for spring!

    Published 16 Mar 20Reply
  5. Ana Finck wrote:

    Thank you so much for this post!! I needed this 🙂

    Published 16 Mar 20Reply
  6. Mercedez wrote:

    Your blog today is a welcome respite in the uncertainty of our new schedules!

    Published 16 Mar 20Reply
  7. Annaliese wrote:

    This is the perfect post to share this week! <3 Your home content is my fav- I look forward to revisiting some of these older posts this week!

    xoxo A

    Published 17 Mar 20Reply
  8. Ro wrote:

    I love what you did with the decor of your place! It’s so pretty and feminine! I also love the items you linked and may have to purchase a few myself!

    Published 19 Mar 20Reply