Well it’s been an interesting couple of years(!!) since the last post. When major renovation projects end, it’s not top priority to keep a houseblog up to date. The short of it is working on a business degree is a giant gaping time suck. Maybe not as big of a time suck as restoring your whole house, but I digress. Jeremy and I also work on websites to pay the bills, so maintaining personal web presences fell off the list.
However, as I’m taking some breathing room away from school this quarter, I decided to give blogging another go at least. I expect to transition Bungalowcious into more of a lifestyle blog that I wrote in for several years before we bought this money pit. It will be focused more on incremental progress on projects, personal finance, organizing (KonMari FTW!), travel (maybe), and some bits about bungalow maintenance.
I may fill in the gaps here and there with before and afters that were never posted, including details about our massive patio and landscaping projects, but I always promise more than I can deliver. Writing the big summary posts with lots of photo curation was always a stopping point before, so things may be less structured this go around, or I will give up on this immediately.
Today I'm focusing on what I call house abominations, those "what the $%@! were they thinking" houses. Some of these houses are redeemable because bad color choices are easier to rectify, but some have been remuddled beyond belief.