How to be a Winter-Ready Woman

Are you always disorganized when winter comes around? Sure, you might have bought those supplements and spent a fortune on a new wardrobe, but does it really need to be so difficult? Not to mention, it can be embarrassing having to admit defeat and ask for help when it all gets too much. Worry not! This is your year to be a winter-ready woman, and get yourself and your life in order as the nights roll in. You don’t need to spend a fortune on fancy products either, in fact, by just making a few … [Read more...]

Newlyweds: Get Out of Debt (and Stay Out)

Between the dress, the engagement and wedding rings and paying for the venue, photographer and honeymoon, the cost of hosting a wedding is exorbitant. In fact, the average wedding cost $28,427 in 2012, according to a survey conducted by TheKnot.com and WeddingChannel.com. Prices ranged from $76,687 in Manhattan to $15,504 in Alaska—but no matter where you live, this is a pretty steep bill for an average couple trying to start a life together. If you're excited about getting married but anxious … [Read more...]

21 of the Best Blogs Helping You Organize Your Closet

No matter how big your closet is, you probably wish it was bigger, however do you really use all of the stuff you have crammed inside of it? Sometimes it’s hard to part with clothes and accessories that you’ve spent money on, and easier to simply continue cramming more stuff in your closet. Believe it or not, though, you will actually feel better once you clean out and organize your closet.  These 21 blogs will give you advice on what clothes you need to keep for a basic wardrobe, how you … [Read more...]

“HOW TO KEEP THE KIDS SAFE WHILE SPRING CLEANING”

As the weather begins to warm up and the last of winter’s chill fades away, it’s natural to start thinking about spring cleaning. After all, clearing out old junk leaves room for the new beginnings symbolized by the season. If you have children, your household mess is likely to require more attention in terms of cleaning, and the kids themselves will need to be kept safe from all those household chemicals. These tips can help you keep your brood safe and entertained while you’re cleaning … [Read more...]

Homecare, What to Include in an Emergency Plan

It’s never comfortable to think about what your family should do or how you should prepare in the event of an emergency, natural disaster or crisis, but the safety and wellbeing of your household could very well depend upon your forethought. Making a definitive plan for how everyone should proceed and what to expect in case an emergency arises could easily mean the difference between surviving it unscathed and suffering devastating loss. In addition to making sure that you have enough … [Read more...]

Women, 10 IPHONE APPS that will help you manage your home

Balancing the demands of a successful career, a busy family and your household needs is rarely a simple task. While Apple’s ubiquitous and impressive iPhone device users know that they can use their phone and the valuable applications in the App Store to streamline many of their professional and daily tasks in a manner that boosts productivity and efficiency, you may be surprised to learn that your iPhone can also help you manage household tasks. These ten apps are among the most useful … [Read more...]

GARDENING: 5 Steps to Making a Simple Container Garden

5 Steps to Making a Simple Container Garden Container gardens work well for people who live in an apartment or those that don’t have room in their yard to grow a garden. However, anyone who wants to add some greenery and a splash of color some place where there isn’t any dirt can still use a container garden. Maybe you’d like to create a welcoming entrance on your front walk. A container garden on either side of the walk creates a beautiful entrance. Follow these simple steps and you … [Read more...]

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