We talk a lot about beautifying your face and body here, but what about your home? After all, the home that you live in is a representation of your personal style and taste. Homes that have a lack of decor often feel bland and boring due to a lack of detail on the property. Continue reading “Homes Can Be Beautiful, Too!” »
Maybe it’s because I’ve only lived in the South (now, Southwest), but I’ve always preferred my coffee cold. Lately, the buzz in chilled coffee is all about cold brew. Whereas traditional iced coffee is brewed hot like normal and then iced down, cold brew is never exposed to heat.
Major retailers are starting to catch on to cold brew now, but I can honestly say I’ve been on the train for quite some time. I love that its taste is smoother than iced coffee and seems easier on the tummy (probably because of the reduction in acidity), but it actually packs a way more powerful caffeine punch. Continue reading “The hottest news in coffee? Cold brew.” »
The leaves have started falling and many peopleâ€™s thoughts are turning to hot chocolate, football games, cozies, and nights in front of the fireplace with family and friends. If you want to ensure that you can enjoy all the above with family and friends, then you will want to read on below for a few of the top tips to make your den cozy and fall ready for the upcoming season. Continue reading “Tips for Making Your Den Cozy and Fall-Ready this Season” »
Once upon a time, in a dorm room far far away, decorating was simple. We bought a few posters, tacked or taped them up and then taped up snapshots of our friends wherever there was a blank patch. Sure, some people put more effort into it, but for the most part, that was how we did things. And we kept decorating that way even after we graduated. Continue reading “Decorating: How to Make Your Walls Works of Art” »
Whether youâ€™re moving into your first post-college home or simply moving into a new apartment or house, every move has one thing in common. There comes a point when youâ€™re pretty much finished with packing and unpacking, but when you donâ€™t yet feel at home. Some of this can be chalked up to the time it takes to adjust to a new living space. A lot of it, however, has to do with something harder to pin down: your space just doesnâ€™t feel â€śhomeyâ€ť yet. So how do you fix this? Continue reading “Making Your House (or Apartment) a Home” »