Hope you all had a nice weekend. Today we’re going to be trying something new on the blog.
Over the last several weeks I’ve been trying to knock out little projects here and there as time permits. These are small items I’ve been putting off for a while, things I can take care of in a relatively short amount of time, and things that are a little more routine. Rather than type up a giant blog post, I’ve started sharing some of these smaller projects on our Instagram Stories.
Since Instagram Stories fade away into oblivion after 24 hours, we figured we can share the video here as a quick blog post for anyone that didn’t see it on Instagram. We’re calling these #NiceLittleSaturday projects, since we should be able to knock most out in a day.
This first #NiceLittleSaturday project is a quick fix of a broken cabinet door that belongs to a good friend of ours. A dog she was watching got his collar stuck on the knob and broke the door right off. I figured it could be fixed really easily, and #NiceLittleSaturday was born.
And there you have it, that’s our #NiceLittleSaturday post for this week. I’d say it was a success, and now our friend will once again have a working door on her cabinet.
These #NiceLittleSaturday posts are certainly a work in progress, so we’ll tighten up the videos a bit and shorten them in the future, maybe even shoot them not in portrait mode (this is because of IG Stories). Does this seem like something you’d like to see more of?
If you’re wondering where #NiceLittleSaturday comes from, it’s an ode to Will Ferrell’s character, Frank “The Tank” in Old School. He was asked what his plans were and he responded with his classic line, “Well, um, actually a pretty nice little Saturday, we’re going to go to Home Depot. Yeah, buy some wallpaper, maybe get some flooring, stuff like that. Maybe Bed, Bath, & Beyond, I don’t know, I don’t know if we’ll have enough time.”
Did you knock anything out over the weekend you’re particularly happy with? Or maybe you checked a nagging project off of your list? Let us know what you were up to, we’d love to hear.