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Walls of Waco to Take a Selfie

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Jun 27, 2018

For this weeks Wednesdays in Waco, I am sharing the beautiful walls of Waco!  Whether you want to commemorate your first trip to Waco or you are a local looking to explore the city, capture yourself with family or friends in a photograph of these popular murals in Waco.  Most of these walls are painted […]

How to Plan the Perfect Trip to Magnolia in Waco, Texas

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May 20, 2019

How to Plan the Perfect Trip to Magnolia in Waco, Texas Waco, Texas has been a hot spot for travel due to the popularity of Chip and Joanna Gaines’ tv show Fixer Upper and continuously growing empire known as Magnolia. As a local Wacoan, I often get to play tour guide to many friends and fellow […]

Five Decor Ideas Inspired by the Urban Myrtle in Waco, Texas

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Aug 5, 2018

I can’t say enough about the entire aesthetic of the Urban Myrtle home, located in downtown Waco, Texas, but I found five decor ideas inspired by the Urban Myrtle that I truly want to borrow and put in my ‘decor toolbelt!’   As soon as I walked into this newly remodeled home, I noticed these amazing […]

Places to Stay in Waco Texas: Urban Myrtle and Breakfast at Magnolia Table

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Aug 4, 2018

Today, I am sharing one of the best places to stay in Waco, Texas! I recently enjoyed a ‘staycation’ in my hometown of Waco, Texas and stayed in the cutest Air Bnb rental, called the Urban Myrtle located less than 300 steps from Magnolia Market and the Silos, deeming it one of the best places […]

The Findery in Downtown Waco, Texas

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May 22, 2018

  Visitors may be drawn in by the smell of Magnolia cupcakes and shiplap dreams, but The Findery in Waco, Texas is a favorite place for locals and tourists to shop for home decor.  The Findery has one of a kind vintage finds, unique, handmade and painted furniture, and home decor accessories.  It is a […]

The Junk Gypsy’s Wander Inn: Gypsy Farmhouse

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Aug 10, 2020

The Junk Gypsy’s Wander Inn: Gypsy Farmhouse Y’all, I spent an amazing few days at the Junk Gypsy Headquarters in Roundtop, Texas last month. It was the perfect place to social distance and appreciate the peacefulness of Texas hill country.  We enjoyed coffee on the back porch with the sunrise and s’mores by the campfire […]