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Because life isn’t perfect, and just when you think you are content with how far you’ve come, more puzzle pieces scatter, and you have to figure out how to pick them all back up again. Everything we had depended on began to shift, and the familiar ground beneath us was shaky. Month after month went by with no answers and no job offers. We knew what this meant. We could no longer support life in the castle. Moving again was inevitable. We had been preparing our house for sale in anticipation of the worst.
That process of discovering what you love and how you use your home takes time, and that’s okay. Reframe It When we moved into our current house, we had no money to invest in projects or new things. That was a blessing in disguise because it 54 Love the Home You Have forced me to think creatively about what I could do rather than what I couldn’t buy. My girls and I wanted to update their bathroom by adding art to the walls. On our budget of nothing, we had to get creative. We evaluated our stash of mismatched frames and decided that when we used them together, the various styles would look intentionally eclectic.
CHAPTER 3 Goodbye, Unrealistic Expectations Life’s challenges are not supposed to paralyze you, they’re supposed to help you discover who you are. Bernice Johnson Reagon I think we all long for that sacred space that invites us to relax and recharge after a day of living our crazy daily reality. We want to wake up to a home and life we love every day. Whether we are winging it or we have our bucket list all filled out, complete with fiveand ten-year plans, we all have a dream about how our story is supposed to go.