Weekend Projects

One Last Weekend Project to Do Before the End of the Year

updated May 3, 2019
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Apartment Therapy Weekend Projects is a guided program designed to help you get the happy, healthy home you’ve always wanted, one weekend at a time.

All year long, we’ve spritzed, scrubbed, and decluttered our homes as part of this Weekend Projects series. Even if you didn’t finish every last task on the list, in 2018 you invited Apartment Therapy into your inbox, dedicating a small piece of your Friday morning to thinking about how to maximize the home you have. And for that, we have to thank you!

Today is the final weekend project of the year—and it’s all about you.

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This Weekend’s Assignment:
Let us know what you thought of weekend projects this year, then sign up for the January Cure!

As your final assignment for the year, I would love for you to take a moment and think back on the year’s worth of weekend projects: What worked? What didn’t? Which tasks did you skip, and which ones did you dig into with fervor?

If you have feedback about this year’s projects, or recommendations or thoughts on what you’d like to see more (or less) of next year, please let me know! You can leave a comment below (I will read each and every one), or even email me (Taryn) directly. I love hearing from you!

If you’re sad weekend projects is over, and you want to keep the momentum going, you can sign up for the January Cure. It’s a month-long crash course in resetting your home and your life for 2019. Just drop your email right in the signup module below (or click here) and get ready to kick things off on January 2:

Thank you for a great year!

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This concludes our 2018 Weekend Projects series, but we’ll see you again next year! Until then, you can catch up with past weekend projects right here. Share your progress with us and others by posting updates and photos on Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #atweekendproject.