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Whatta day.  Whatta month!  We’re feeling very exhausted–mentally and physically–but are happy to be where we are.  Monday we closed on our Utah home and signed it over to its new owners, and yesterday we made the 4.5 hour drive

We moved into our very first home April 2, 2011, and we’re moving out officially on Wednesday (although we’re loading everything up tonight–different post for a different day). Although we didn’t “finish” the house, we thought it would be fun

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A Moving Party!

Considering a month ago we were completely unaware of Chris’s new job and content with staying in our home indefinitely, this fast move to Idaho has not only thrown us for a loop, but also all of our friends and

This kitchen has been two years in the making, constantly tweaking what we had (painting cabinets, painting countertops!, buying new appliances as we could afford them) until we were ready for a little bit more of a renovation a couple

Before we left to house hunt, we were working on finishing a few projects.  Namely, the master bathroom and the kitchen backsplash. The master bath revamp was done on a budget. Like $200, budget. Here’s how it looked when we

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Under Contract!

Today we are headed back home to pack, clean, finish up and share a few projects with you from our current home.  And then say goodbye to it.  That will be hard.  When we first made the decision to move,

Oh dear. This is hard. To catch up any of you that didn’t follow along on Instagram (@chrislovesjulia), the house hunt on Monday was intense.  I saw everything from a two-story on 6 acres, to a 1960s time capsule in

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On the Hunt.

Today is Chris’s first day at his new job in Idaho and we never expected I’d be here with him.  We thought for sure Greta and I would still be in Utah prepping our house for listing later this month.