Tired of bare walls? The right collection of art can transform an otherwise simple corner of your house into a focal point that shows off a little bit of your personality. So, how do you create the right arrangement?
Recent Posts By Brigitt Hauck
Linguistics have always fascinated me. Why does the phrase “ya’ll” roll off of my friend from Atlanta’s tongue, but forced and awkward coming from mine? I just can’t get away with it, and instead opt for the more formal, drawn out “you all” like most of my other New York counterparts. Similarly, why do I refer to a long sandwich as a sub when my friends just an hour or two south say hoagie or grinder?
When you’re using your computer day in and day out (in fact, you’re probably using it to read this right now!), it’s no surprise that your keyboard and mouse can be a hot spot for food residue, dirt, and germs. With all the tiny crevices, your keyboard is particularly susceptible to trapping unwanted grime. Here’s how to give it a quick clean:
If you’ve finished and filed your taxes, you may be wondering when your much-anticipated refund check will show up in the mailbox. Thanks to a helpful online tool, there’s an easy way to find out.
My hair falls well past the middle of my back—and I happen to be extremely particular about keeping it that way. Haircuts can be expensive but my stubbornness stems mostly from the fact that I can’t bear to part with my long locks and am terrified that my stylist is going to go scissor-happy on me. Regular haircuts are important, but here’s a few tricks to prolong the inevitable trim:
It’s safe to say cleaning anything in the bathroom is a universally dreaded task (I know I can’t stand it!), but everything from the toilet and the shower to the floors and counters should be scrubbed weekly. I recently learned this clever and extremely simple trick for making the task a bit easier.
Food and drinks are often among the biggest expenses of a wedding and can take a major hit to your budget. So what’s a bride and groom to do with limited resources?
Teach your little ones the importance of charitable giving by creating a jar to store money for charity.
Unexpected guests are always a pleasant surprise, but it always seems like someone decides to stop by when the house (or, in my case, apartment) is at it’s worst. Before shooing them out the door and off to the restaurant down the street, here are a few tips for whipping your house into shape in a jiffy.