And by"Imade significant strides,"I meanIpaidsomeone elseto come over and put together my needlessly heavy bed frame because I have weak little T-rex arms.
Love me a good yellow. 💛
Yes, for a brief moment in time, all of my laundry wasinsidethe hamper.
Here's the thing, though.When I initially had the movers place my furniture inside this room, nothing fit. Even though I had the dimensions of the room in advance for planning. Even though I was so absolutely sure I had done everything perfectly, it looked like a mess.
I couldn't close the closet door — or open it — because the bed and two nightstands took up too much room. I couldn't get into my dresser without being on my bed at the same time, because there was barely any space between the two.And on, and on.
In the case of my bedroom, I just had to rework a few things, move a couple pieces around, and ta-da! Now I have a real bedroom like a real adult.
But whether you're talking about furniture or content strategies, the important thing to remember is to "not throw the baby out with the bathwater" (as my Nana was fond of saying) at the first sign of trouble.
Sometimes you just need to make a few key adjustments.
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