so, yesterday i gave you my favs from our wedding registry. i also wanted to share the all stars of this move. we are down to the final two boxes and this place is really feeling like home and we've learned A LOT. there are a few things that have been crucial to this process (click on photos above for links!):
method wood cleaner: i love everything about this cleaning product. it smells great, gets the job done and keeps our tables, dressers, etc. looking fantastic.
seventh generation cleaning products: when you move in a house that has essentially been under construction for two years being refurbished there is a lot of dirt, dust, grime. i wanted to be really mindful of the amount of quality time i would be spending with these products and was grateful to have natural products that didn't give me a headache, but got things super clean.
garmin nuvi: there are not words. this has saved us endless hours getting lost, help us find something to eat stat, or the nearest starbucks in a pinch and gotten us back home each and every night. i view it as essential, especially for military wives.
this simple white weave shower curtain: we needed something that didn't cost a gazillion dollars, but looked great. i bought it for the master & then went back and got one for the guest room. it's simple and makes you feel like you're in a fancy hotel for just $24.
levelor blinds: i mentioned that we moved into a house with no blinds and that quickly became an issue. we are first time home buyers and needed to find something inexpensive, but that we still thought we would like on our windows in 6 months to give us some privacy. we LOVE levelor cellular shades. in pretty windows like ours, they hardly look like they're there and the best part is they make light filtering (we used this in the living room, dining room, upstairs hallway) and room darking (for the bedrooms). ryan was able to install all of them (bless his heart).
this guy: i am so incredibly lucky to be going through life with him. he has hung a dozen shades, fixed the shower faucet, built two ikea bookshelves, made umpteen trips to lowes/target/chick-fil-a for me, stayed with the plumbers while they literally got tree roots out of our pipes, moved boxes to & fro, and been my rock through this whole transition.
ok fabulous readers, what would you add to this list?