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You cannot and will not deal with an unmade bed.
1. You just do not have time for anyone that doesn't put the toothpaste cap back on properly. It's just another form of cruelty. Cruelty against neat people. 2. Having a disorganized friend to stay pushes your endurance levels to
Does it take you forever to get ready in the morning? Make your daily fashion decisions easier by whipping your wardrobe into shape!
1. Separate work and play.Pick up one set of hangers (say, pink plastic ones) for your strictly social, fun clothes that you'd never wear on the job, and another set (in a different color) for your work-only outfits. Try
A messy environment can lead to scattered thoughts. Read these tips for keeping your kitchen, <i>sala,</i> bedroom, and closet organized.
With the many things that keep us occupied, keeping our homes clean and presentable is often the last thing on our minds. But, if you don't make an effort to sort out your stuff, things could eventually pile up into a
Falling into an all-work-and-no-play rut? Follow these tips for getting your life back on track.
How did you spend your long weekend? Did you squeeze in some work? (Aminin!) With all the many tasks you're responsible for at school or at work, it's important to get your priorities straight. There are only so many hours
Can't seem to unwind with deadlines piling up? Read on for tips on how to plot pampering moments into your busy schedule.
How often do you give yourself permission to plop down on the couch and watch back-to-back episodes of a guilty pleasure like Pretty Little Liars or True Blood? You're probably so busy doing a thousand and one things that
Get in the back-to-school groove with these DIY home supplies, paper crafts, and creative artwork that will inspire you to get your space in shape for a new sem.
Most college students are too preoccupied with academic matters, love woes, and friendship ties to pay much attention to their living space. You get home from school, toss your dirty clothes on the growing pile on the floor, and get to work
Make sense out of life's little (and big) messes.