We’ve all felt pretty cooped up the last year-and-a-half, and our first inclination was to get outside, to wander. But there’s more than one way to cure cabin fever.
“Don’t get me wrong, I’m a big proponent for travel; for seeing as much of this wide world as you can,” Cheryl said. “But when you think about it, many of our warmest, most indelible memories are made within our own homes. It’s where loved ones gather for birthdays, for holidays. It’s where pre-prom pictures are taken and hands are asked for in marriage and grandbabies get spoiled. And we essentially get to create the background for those memories. I think that’s why, especially for mothers and matriarchs, there is such joy and fulfillment that comes with decorating the home, particularly for the holidays. My credo is always, ‘exciting and inviting’, styled but not stiff.”
Cabin fever doesn’t always mean you need to get out of your house; perhaps it means you need to invite some special people into it.
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