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Su Casa: Making any Small Changes?

Since it's Small Changes month, I'd love to see some photos of any updates you're making in your home. Rearranging a room? Painting a wall? Changing out a light fixture? Have you organized your kitchen cabinet? Maybe, like Divagwendolyn did, you found a trash can to smile about? Show off all of your home updates in my group on TeamSugar called Su Casa, where readers can share snapshots and stories related to home decorating, crafts, organizing, and gardening.

A Su Casa post could be anything from a photo of a loved one's home to a tiny nook you're tickled by. Think of it as a Look Book for home style. If I see something I like in Su Casa, I might feature it on CasaSugar, so don't be surprised if you get an email from me!


To learn how to join and post in the group,

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To join the Su Casa group, just follow this link and click "subscribe" beneath the photo on the lefthand side of the page. Once you're subscribed, click Share in the upper lefthand menu of any TeamSugar page and choose what type of post you want to create. If you have just one photo and some text, create a blog; if you have a gallery you want to share, select "photos."

TeamSugar has a great primer on how to create a blog post, so check that out if you've never posted one before. Here's a rundown of the basic process:

  1. Add a Title and the Body (content for your post). Don't forget to click Check Spelling link and Upload an Image to make your post stand out!
  2. Post this to a group? Click on the dropdown menu and select the Su Casa group. You will only be able to see groups you're subscribed to, so if you haven't joined Su Casa yet, you will need to.
  3. Click on the dropdown menu and choose the Home and Garden Channel and add some keywords (use a comma, if needed!) in the Tags text box. Then click "I'm done" to view your post!

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shopping42 shopping42 9 years
I started changes by buying light bulbs that use less energy and last 6-7yrs- Have lots of other projects but have been busy outside-cleanup and deciding what flowers to plant when weather decides to wrm up!!
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
It's small changes that can make such a huge improvement.
emalove emalove 9 years
I have lots of "small changes" that I'd love to make around my home...I'll get going on them and try to post some pics!
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