I stumbled upon this quote and it really struck a chord with me (this will be one of the rare instances where anything sports-related actually does. Side note: Wooden was a legendary basketball coach). I don’t mind (okay, sometimes I mind) doing something over to get it right, as evidenced by my latest painting endeavors, but I do fully believe in life that anything worth doing is worth doing right. And that extends to home design… to an extent.
I think it’s worth saving your pennies to purchase the highest quality product you can afford. And I think it’s prudent to live in a space before diving into making major purchases; it’s helpful to assess how you live first. But at some point you just gotta give it a whirl and accept the possibility that tweaks and do-overs may lie in your future. It takes courage to push forward when you don’t know what “right” quite is.
I took this photo driving back to our cabin after a day of hiking in Sequoia National Park. I literally asked the driver to, Pull over now!, and somewhat taken aback (partially because we were on the cliff of a mountain), he obliged. These were some of my favorite photos the entire trip : ]
Thoughts? Stumble on any recent pearls of wisdom that challenge the way you think about your home?