with our special guest Sarah Ramberg from Sadie Seasongoods.
I was so happy to finally “meet” Sarah from Sadie Seasongoods. I’ve followed her blog for several years, but had never had a chance to have a conversation with her. I was so excited to talk to her about her recent Thrift Trip to Louisville KY, my hometown!
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The hotel gail couldn’t remember the name of is 21C, and perhaps the restaurant was Proof on Main?
The way Sarah came up with her blog name Sadie Seasongoods is so sweet, listen to the episode below to hear Sarah talk about it.
Sarah talks about using power tools, and her first large tool purchase and how she’s still getting use to it.
Sarah asked gail if she still loves blogging, and there was some reminiscing about how My Repurposed Life started, and the first blog gail ever read. The blog that inspired gail to get into blogging was Joys Of Home. Joy hasn’t blogged in a couple of years, but you will definitely enjoy looking through her projects.
Gail’s favorite compound miter saw (amazon affiliate link)
Sara mentioned that she uses PicMonkey for photo editing. Gail doesn’t edit photos, but does use Picmonkey as well for collages and pinterest pics.
Sarah shared her favorite repurpose to date which is actually the project that got her into blogging in the first place, a vintage window, doily display. Sarah describes how it all started-push play to get the details.
You can see more of Sarah’s road trip adventures over on the blog in her Shotgun series.
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Gail Wilson is the author and mastermind behind My Repurposed Life. She is obsessed with finding potential in unexpected places and believes that with a little hard work and imagination, any old thing can be made useful again, including herself!
Gail reinvented herself during a midlife crisis and has found purpose again. She hopes you will find new ideas for old things and pick up a few tools along the way.