Friday, August 8, 2014

Friday Five: Organized

Happy Friday! I can't believe that my move back to Charlottesville is just around the corner. I am so ready for getting back into the swing of things, yet I am not ready for it to be the final chapter of college! One of the nice things about going back to school is that I do get to go through my apartment and do some spring cleaning of sorts, which, for someone like me is both necessary and awesome.

Thank you Carly for sharing these tips. I have quite the collection of accessories and yet I struggle to take advantage of most of them because they're tucked away in boxes and my jewelry box. I am definitely making a trip to the Container Store for these bracelet and nail polish holders, plus a couple of other things. Seriously, the Container Store is a wonderful place for Type-A people...

This is a 3,000 square foot closet. I can't even handle this much amazingness. New life goal, have this closet? It is 3 times the size of my apartment, and I thought I was lucky with my ample closet space.

Basically this is a collection of 30 pins of cute room details that are totally do-able in your own apartment or house. I love the inclusion of a bar cart because honestly, mine is one of my favorite parts of my room. I am going to do a little TLC upcycle on it when I get back to school and I can't wait to share!

These kits are so cute and they include a little bit of everything. I keep meaning to get one because I always seem to be needing something that it includes! Does anyone else have one of these? 

I am thinking I might just have to make these next week because they look and sound amazing. Salted Caramel anything is a weakness of mine and chocolate chip cookies don't seem to last too long in this house. Plus, bikini season is over, right?

2 comments:

  1. I love all of these! Those cookies look absolutely amazing :)

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  2. Umm those salted caramel chocolate chip cookies look fantastic! Carly's jewelry organization post was definitely inspiring for me too.

    Sarah
    Sweet Spontaneity

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