When I moved into my apartment two years ago, I recruited my friend to help me turn my den into a walk-in closet / dressing room and shared it on the blog.
I’ve always found shopping for jeans to be the most overwhelming shopping experience; both at thrift and department stores.
Cozy, oversized or “chunky” sweaters are not only fashionable but are almost a necessity if you experience NE Ohio like temperatures.
A few months ago I shared on social media that a yellow skirt was on my thriftdar, meaning it was on my list of things to look for at the thrift store.
Is there a lazy long hair award? Because if there is, I should be the number one recipient. I have never been very creative or talented when it comes to styling my hair.
This post isn’t about setting resolutions or goals for the new year, but rather a few tips that have worked for me with overall organizational project management for school, home, and work goals.
Back in 2011 I blogged about layering necklaces and over the years it has become one of the highest searched posts through Google for this site. Apparently, people love layering necklaces as much as I do.
I never know what to do with candle glasses and lids after the candle has burned all the way through, so I keep them around the house feeling too guilty to throw them out yet hoarding useless glasses hoping one day IR
I’m not even going to lie, I am the nosiest person when it comes to other people’s bookcases.