50 Things You Should Declutter… Just Because!

I'm no Marie Kondo, but I still divided up the stuff you should get rid of into four categories: "old and used," "it's multiplying," "what is that?" and "this doesn't go there." You will have to think about the things you use regularly and the logistics of your move—but, I promise I won't force you…

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5 Free Things to Do to Make Any Room Look Nicer!

The 5-minute refresh isn't just for when you want to quickly make a room look nicer, either. The 5-minute refresh is a great thing to do one or two times a day on any day because it's a fast way to sort of "reset" your rooms back to a neutral position, especially if you're doing…

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10 Things You Should Do 10 Days Before Thanksgiving!

If you're hosting Thanksgiving this year, this list is a lifeline for staying on top of things and avoiding that frantic day-before energy. But even if you're not a Turkey Day host, you can pin this checklist for any party any other time of the year, it's a solid 10-step prep list that'll make sure…

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14 Temporary & Removable Adhesive Products All Renters Should Know About!

Renters like nice things too! And, thankfully, each year more and more products emerge that are removable and won't jeopardize your security deposit when you move out. So, you can fix up your space temporarily and not sacrifice style. Here are ten rental-worthy products—all adhesive—to consider. Click HERE to read more!

5 Tips for Making Your New Apartment Feel Like Home!

Moving into a new apartment is a chance to start fresh. It’s the perfect excuse to get organized, update your decor, and create a home you’ll love. Of course, making a new apartment feel like home is easier said than done, especially when you’re renting and working within the restrictions of a lease agreement. Click…

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6 Plants to Brighten Up Your Apartment!

The jungle you live in is an urban one, sadly bereft of greenery. You would buy a plant or two, to boost your sense of well-being as well as prove to yourself and your mother that you meet the threshold of “responsible adult.” Sadly, one of your windows only lets in a sliver of light;…

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