How To Make A New House Feel More Like A Home

When we first moved into our home almost three years ago I felt a little intimidated and scared at first. There is so much to do and I wasn’t familiar with the houses creaks in the middle of the night, or the bugs that crawl around the corners (we have roaches) - it can definitely be hard to adjust to a new home because of these things, but there is a way to make it feel more like home, when you first move in. Here are a few tips:

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How to Enjoy Hospitality as an Introvert

A common misconception about introverts is that we don't like people. This couldn't be farther from the truth. While, yes, I could go to a secluded cabin in the woods for a weekend completely alone and love it, I eventually would want to come back and be with people. Being an introvert means I recharge by being alone. But once I've re-charged and feel refreshed I can't wait to socialize and have meaningful conversations with friends.

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What to Do and See in Charleston, SC

y husband and I recently took our first child-free vacation! I didn't have much of a preference when we were deciding where to go because, honestly, anywhere for a few days without a toddler around 24/7 sounded amazing. I'm not exactly sure how we even decided on Charleston but I'm so glad we did! 

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