As a young girl, what did your dream house look like?
Stop waiting & start creating your dream home today!
As children we have lots of dreams.
Then life happens and we find ourselves busy juggling priorities. We put so much energy into taking care of everyone else, that many of us don’t get a chance to create our dream home.
How would it feel to put your dreams on your to do list?
My goal is to help you love your house. Don’t worry because this isn’t about making your house magazine perfect. It’s about creating a house that supports your lifestyle, and some of your dreams.
Our eBook helps you identify changes that will allow you to work smarter, not harder. They aren’t always obvious changes as I’ve learned by asking women a few simple questions — where do you spend most of your time? and what one thing would they like to change in that space?
- De-clutter their home office, and get rid of stuff to create more visual space.
- Make small changes like painting a bedroom, adding plants, bookshelves, crown molding, a bay window or fireplace.
- Create bigger spaces like an open kitchen or a larger bedroom with a reading nook.
Here’s What You’ll Get in Re-Discover Your Dream Home
The simple act of writing your goals down will make them more real. They’ll give you something to put on your to do list today, versus delaying your dreams to the next house. Re-Discover Your Dream Home is a collection of exercises. You can do one, none or all of them. They’ll help you identify what you love about your home, and what’s missing. You can dream about your home, or focus on the room where you spend most of your time.
PS Each exercise can be done in under 15 minutes, longer if you start daydreaming. So are you ready to take that first step?
- Your top 10 wishes for your dream home.
- Explore where you’ve lived and what you loved about each house.
- Look at how you spend your time at home, and what’s missing.
- Identify home features you can’t live without (want versus need).
- Collect photos of the rooms and things you love using a vision board or Pinterest.