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So much to love in this bathroom reveal for the One Room Challenge. The in stock Cambridge pattern is on the floor. #Repost @place_ofmy_taste ・・・ If you missed seeing my bathroom reveal today on the blog hop over and check out the details. I am obsessed with this bathroom and all I want to do is to soak in my new bathtub for a week haha@oneroomchallenge #oneroomchallenge @housebeautiful #Interiordesign #cementtileshop #cementtiles #cementtile #concretetile #hydraulictiles #patternedtiles…

Deck The Halls Card by Melissa Phillips for Papertrey Ink (November 2016)

from Real Ways to Earn

10 Sites That Will Pay You For Stock Photography

Do you take pretty good pictures? If so, would you love to be able to get paid -- or even earn a full-time income -- from selling them? This post has a list of ten very reputable websites that may accept and pay cash for your high-quality photos, plus some super inexpensive resources to help you get better at photography if you're not sure your skills are up to par.

a friendly reminder that there are lots of Rylee and Cru items left in stock including these flora pants use code ryleeships for free shipping today and through the launch of their holiday collection 11.11 at 9am sharp! #howwestyledarlingclementine by @ozarkmamadeer

The Towerkeeper is a tried and true stock character, whether for a lighthouse, a prison tower, or here, a clock tower. Looks like this one's keeper left a while ago.

from The Pink Lily

Never Have Enough Lace Dress Rust

Rethinking the way you buy, own stock Book Review: 'The 25 Habits of Highly Successful Investors: How to Invest for Profit in Today's Changing Markets'

Fallow deer Prized as an ornamental species for many years, the fallow deer (Dama dama) displays a variety of coat colours in the UK, ranging from red, brown and black, and even pure white coats. “The wild life of today is not ours to do with as we please. The original stock was given to us in trust for the benefit both of the present and the future. We must render an accounting of this trust to those who come after us.” –Theodore Roosevelt