Hi hun! I found you on IG and have been following you for a while now. I love your eye for design and creativity. I was wondering if you can do a home tour? Would love to see in detail how you decorate your home. Even the simple areas like a bathroom.Thank you!
Hey!Love your channel! I have the same house colours as yours, beige tiles, grey walls, white skirtings, chocolate furniture (although my kitchen is ALL BEIGE - cupboards, benches and tile splashback). I've been struggling to make these colour combination work in my house, but you have given me some great ideas so far. Could you do a tutorial on dining room ideas. I have an all chocolate table and chairs but i'm finding it hard to make it work and tie in with the dining room - it looks very out of place. I'd love to see what you have done and some ideas and suggestions! :) Thanks Rebecca
Hi Liz,I love all your blogs. Not sure where you find the time. I was wondering where did you purchase your small mirrored table.
Hey,I really like your blog. Can you kindly let me know which web hosting site you are using.ThanksFariha
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Liz, I love watching all kinds of blogs. My question to you is quite... Let's say intriguing. I am probably around your age group. What inspired you to do what you do. How did you start it. My mind and interest circulates around many many things, I just don't know how to start how to organize myself. Even in a career it's mind blowing how many opportunities there are available. Choosing one is not my forte. What do you do for a living? What inspired you to do what you do for a living. Do you enjoy it so much to want to wake up in the morning and say "RISE AND SHINE, TIME FOR MY FAVORITE JOB"!!! I guess I am asking because I find myself being in my mid 20's and yet I do not know what I want to do with my life.. Yeah I know your not a counselor but your words can encourage many, not just this girl who is trying to still figure things out... I will go into your page to seek for your response. -Thanks JC..
Hi lizI was watching one of your videos of food hacks and I just wanted to give you a little tip, once you're done cooking you can use a piece of bread to take out all the fat, just place the bread touching the liquid area on the top and the fat just absorbs into the bread. Hope it helps you and I really like your videos it's one of my favorite things to watch your videos. All the best for your future ����