Growing up at my house, hosting a dinner party was a big deal. The house was immaculate, the phenomenal dinner (in all its courses) was carefully planned. Cooking, prepping, and baking could span over several days. The table was set with pressed linens, the good china came out, wine was chilled, candles lit, music on.
Here at Zen Shmen we’re kicking off 25 days of Zen for the holidays. Looking for ways to reduce holiday overwhelm and reconnect with what matters most — and actually enjoy the holiday season? This post can help you.
If you’re visiting for the first time, you’ll find that our blog started by covering our first home’s transition from an outdated 1950’s ugly duckling to a much more modern and bright family home.
If you’ve been following our projects for a while, it may seem odd (and sudden) to learn that we recently sold our home and moved. Why?
For those of you who wonder what it’s like working from home, and especially those of you who wonder what your dogs are up to (slash what you may be missing) while you’re out conquering the world, this post is for you.