I was over the moon DELIGHTED when Somerset Home desired to publish my funky little potting shed sign on the shed.
Life sure has a funny way of working itself out.
And that’s when my thoughts turned to the shed that needed a serious update.
Whew. Can you spell, “I went away this summer?” 🙂
I’m a sawhorse fanatic, by the way.
Once the basics were in place, it was time to ramp up a way to utilize the new Potting Shed design.
This little back story is the perfect example of how a blogger’s home is utilized for work. Your entire home indeed becomes your staging ground, but at the same time, it’s a tricky balance. You want these changes to make a real difference in your own offline life too.
But I promise you, the extra effort is always worth it. For many reasons.
Because one thing can easily lead to another. (visit my press page HERE)
Have you ever thought of how every profession has a stream of ‘what comes next’? Do you ever think along those lines with what you do?
Think in terms of cleaning the house. You can just clean the house to get the bare minimum done, or ramp it up and try something new you’ve wanted to implement forever along with it.
This is what I did with my own salvaged farmhouse bathroom redo. I was challenged to work with a modern vanity, but ended up with an entirely new bathroom AND new skills!
More on that soon, too! 🙂
So… let’s recap this one simple thing concept.
New Garden stencil <—- one simple goal
New blog post
Use this material for other write ups – I also write for eBay
Write a blog post about getting published <—- you are now here 🙂
* I really especially love being published in this magazine. The quality is just EXCEPTIONAL, and the projects are really ones I’m enticed to try.
Put out your all, and pull out the VERY BEST you can do.
Because it just may take you a whole lot further than you realize…
Thank you Somerset Home, for the gorgeous Spring 2017 4 page spread!
Here’s a used copy on Amazon. (affiliate link)
Find the Potting Shed stencil HERE
Read the original Potting Shed blog post HERE
Disclosure: I was not compensated for nor asked to write this blog post. I just wanted to share a VERY proud moment!