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Apr 27 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: Simplifying Fabulous

by Thomas Hynes


Simplifying Fabulous is a blogger community overseen by Robin Baron.  But she's not alone. The blog employs a number of talented writers, not to mention several contributors, who offer their own, often fabulous, take on home design.  The blog's mission is to inspire readers to make their homes as, well, fabulous as possible. As she says, "Everything begins at home. Surround yourself with things that inspire you and you'll feel better about yourself and your life."

I think Robin may be onto something here. An organized living space does encourage a more organized thought process. Alternatively, a cluttered space can all too often inform a cluttered mind space. For my whole life, I thought my parents were just trying to get me to clean my room. But it turns out they (and Robin) were right after all. Organization breeds organization. Serenity at home leads to serenity of mind. And on Simplifying Fabulous, there are more than a few suggestions on how to go about getting this.

For example, adding a chalkboard can provide a host of fun possibilities to your living space. But maybe, you're just looking for some tips on how to improve your bedroom. Simplifying Fabulous has got you covered. In fact, on the main page, you can choose which room (bed, bath, dining, living, etc) you'd like to read up on. It's as if the blog is immediately saying to their readers, just tell us where you need to put some work in and we'll help. Probably won't hurt to see if they can.

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