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9 genius rules for how to finally organize your closet
From their favorite types of clients to your most annoying habits, house cleaners confess what they’re really thinking (but won’t say to your face!)
Save time prepping food and make cooking easier with these cooking hacks that are pure genius.
Pennies cost more to produce than they’re actually worth as currency—unless, of course, you use them for one of these genius life hacks.
Never seem to get things done? Here, tiny steps that will kick your procrastination habit to the curb.
Keep a jar of petroleum jelly in every room of the house to help remove stains, protect valuables, stop squeaks, and much more.
You don’t need fancy jewelry cleaner to get your silver to sparkle, your gold to gleam, and your gemstones to shine. Try these everyday items, most of which you probably already have in the house.
Turn your pantry from disaster zone to a perfectly zoned space for your food.
Once trash is off your property, it’s legal for anyone to take. Prevent identity theft by making sure these documents aren’t tossed in one piece.
Get the inside scoop from florists on how to buy and care for your fresh flowers.
These to-do list-making mistakes can hinder you from reaching your goals. Here’s how to write a more effective to-do list.
If you’re looking for a way to make those Valentine’s Day roses, graduation bouquet, or anniversary arrangement bloom vibrantly and stay fresh for a few more days, try one of these tips using household ingredients for to preserve your flowers and make them last longer.
Curate your wardrobe to have the most possible matches and least amount of clutter.
Build a safe, strong fire that will last for hours with this simple technique.
These charming Christmas ornaments not only look nifty on a tree but nod to some colorful stories about America’s presidents.
You’ll never look at your To-Do list the same way again.
Add holiday cheer to your home without breaking the bank. Here’s how to decorate for Christmas with ornaments you’re not using.
Cutting corners on certain winter habits may leave you with chilly regret.
Quality knits can last upwards of 10 years. Here’s how to keep yours looking the way they did on the day you bought them.
Whether you’re hanging Christmas lights or questioning poinsettias, protect your home and family by approaching holiday decorating safely.
Three-quarters of us think it’s OK to recycle gifts. Here’s how to regift like a pro.