Last week I shared my fall porch setup and how I felt like I was struggling to pull off fall decor around my house. During that project, I had bounced inside to try some things in the living room to see if that maybe flowed a little better. It did not. I think my biggest struggle with fall decor is that it’s not something I usually attempt. Other than pumpkins scattered on my steps, I’ve never really done too much for fall, Halloween or Thanksgiving. I think another part of my struggle was thinking if I kept it too simple, it wouldn’t look like enough, and when I tried to do more, it felt like too much to me (the stairs and the black crate shelves were those areas to me). Part of me is glad I did attempt it though, as I think it’s fun to try to stretch yourself in areas that don’t always feel like you, to push yourself creatively. And part of me just wishes I had tried out another recipe or DIY project – haa! I think the tips I shared in my fall porch decor post hold true for indoors as well, but I’ll also add that I think it’s good to remember to push yourself a little out of your comfort zone, especially if you feel like you’re in a creative rut. And to share those moments, being a little more vulnerable now & then can be good for us all, even if it’s about smaller, superficial things like “hey, I struggle with getting my house “just right” too!”.