An inconsistent blog based in Toronto, Canada which is suppose to be about home decor and decorating but is really about a million other things. How’s that for honest?
I use to blog a lot, now I don’t so much. I generally write about my travels, my dog, coffee or the occasional bit of decorating I do at home. But you know what? Anything goes around here so don’t be surprised if you see me chatting about something completely outside of those areas.
The Occupant of The Nest:
What am I and who do I think I am blogging? I am a stubborn woman who thinks I can figure out most things if I think about it long enough. Throw a little common sense in there, a little internet sleuthing, a little elbow grease and some patience – and the result is a know-it-all gal with a wealth of You Can Do It Yourself attitude.
I am constantly on the hunt for new ideas, old objects that deserve another life and in general, things that will make me happy. I am inspired by creative uses of objects, wood, anything from before 1955, the taste of good coffee, free spirits, dogs, turquoise, the countryside, a good story and lemon. I love the tang of a good lemon! Of late, I am obsessed with the outdoors more than ever before – so watch out!
Previously based in Ireland, The Row House Nest was inspired by our quirky, perfectly formed Irish row house that lived in when I started the blog. What can I say? I was unemployed and had a lot of time on my hands – so starting a blog seemed like the natural solution. I relocated back to Toronto, Canada for work in August 2011 and am currently living the Canadian Dream again – working Monday to Friday, living for the weekends and my summers off! I day dream about camping and hiking a lot and have a problem with searching dogs that need rescuing online (intrigued? Contact me! I love talking about dogs).
So that’s me. What about you?
Still want to talk? Email me: email@example.com
This is Nan and I. She is my dog and the love of my life. For real.
Not convinced? Look at this awesome picture of her cruising around a trail on Fogo Island (Newfoundland) from the summer (August 2013).