For many of us, personal space is at a premium these days. If you’re finding yourself overwhelmed, stressed, or burned out, it’s time to create more peace at home. Since we’re spending so much time indoors, even small shifts like moving a candle to your nightstand or trying a new tea blend can go a ...
Ever pull up to a friend’s dinner party only to realize you forgot to bring a gift for the host? We’ve been there. That’s why we’ve rounded up our favorite tried-and-true hostess gifts for every occasion from dinner parties to informal gatherings and weekend stays. Some presents are traditional and some aren’t, but each gift ...
Doing a load of laundry should leave your clothes fresh and clean, right? That’s the goal, but not all laundry detergent is created equal.
There’s nothing like going home for the holidays—especially when you’re going home to a clean house. If you’d rather not spend your hard-earned bonus on expensive professional services to get things in order, try these affordable, smart products for every room of the house. From chemical-free pest repellent to eco-friendly dishwasher detergent to an easy-to-install ...
Even if you think you live alone, whether you make your home in an apartment, condo, or mansion—you have roommates.
Spring cleaning gets all the glory. That’s when most of us break out our natural cleaning products.
In the old Brothers Grimm tale “Rumpelstiltskin,” a miller swears to the king that his daughter can spin straw into gold, a bold-faced lie. With the help of the eponymous imp and his magical powers, the daughter manages to pull it off—she only has to promise him her firstborn to make it happen.
I’ve seen people use sliding disks under their feet at the gym—but I have no idea what they’re doing or why they’re helpful. Explain.—Grace H. Sliders, gliders, skimmers—whatever you call them, they’re deceptively innocent-looking. Usually round little pieces of plastic, you’ll see gym-goers integrating them into their bodyweight exercise routines by placing them under their ...
“Treat. Yo. Self.” Aside from Tom Haverford and Donna Meagle on a shopping spree on “Parks and Recreation,” what does the phrase bring to mind?
Health is not just about the food we eat—our environment has a huge influence on our overall health as well. A large percentage of cancers are caused by environmental factors, such as exposure to cleaning agents and other products around the home that contain known carcinogenic materials.
Suddenly the microwave doesn’t seem so bad.
Rub a raw walnut on dinged wooden furniture to erase scratches in seconds.
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