The coronavirus self quarantining became very real this week. Thankfully, I am able to continue working from home. Working from home + self quarantine means I haven’t fixed my hair, put on make-up or worn real clothes in the last 7 days.
I pray for those not able to continue working, the small businesses this will hurt, those on the front lines taking care of the sick and all of those still showing up to make sure we have the basic necessities we need during this time.
I’m not a skilled caregiver, I don’t work at an essential business that is still open to the public. But I do have a blog (that I haven’t had the time to update in ages) so I thought I would do my part in helping us come up with productive and entertaining ways to spend our newfound time at home. I am choosing to take this time to focus on making my home as comfy and cozy as it can be. I’m working on small home projects that I’ve wanted to do for months but didn’t have the time. I’m cleaning and organizing EVERYTHING. I’m meal prepping with the food I have on hand and baking my favorite treats. And I’m enjoying warm bubble baths instead of quick showers.
One way I’ve made my home even more cozy is by adding this simple DIY bathtub tray. With the help of my son, I drew out a rough idea of what I wanted, we picked up a few things from Home Depot, he cut the boards and built the tray and I stained and sealed it. Now I look forward to ending the day with a bubble bath, a scented candle, a good book and my favorite drink.
What We Used:
**Be sure to measure the width of your tub for the exact lengths you need.**
1″ x 4″ x 6′ pine board
1″ x 2″ x 6′ pine board
(2) gate handles
Varathane Dark Walnut Stain
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