The girl who lived here before was here for five years of grad school, so naturally she still gets a lot of mail. I don't think either of us have the time to get together every week just to hand off a few postcards. So what I want to know is, at what point do I give up on reuniting a former tenant with her lost mail?
Every once in a while on Facebook or Twitter, I see a plea for help to get rid of cable and start watching TV shows and movies online. I have been doing this for about three years and wouldn't go back. Here's how I make it work with a laptop and a little organization.
We all have our vices, and these light-hearted striped ceramic jars give you a cookie jar-like storage spot for your chemical of choice, whether it be something illicit like ganja, peyote, or shrooms; something a bit more common like caffeine or prozac; or even my vice of choice, glitter.
I am floored and excited to share with you these amazing skull door knobs. I can't tell if I would LOVE to encounter these in a home, or if it would freak my shit out to have these guys sneak up on me. The coolest part about them: they contain an extra little surprise when you touch 'em.
My fiance and I have moved to a new apartment with our two cats. While one of our cats seems to have taken to it nicely, quickly finding his "spots" and settling in, the younger of the two, Tony, does not seem to be doing as well. Does anyone have any advice or suggestions to helping pets relax after a move, specifically when there are large changes to the amount of people around? Has anyone else found something similar after moving their pets?Thanks in advance for your help!
The moment I saw Lara (of "geeky love" wedding invitation fame)'s DIYed squid shower curtain, I just HAD to get my tentacles on it for Home. Not only did she let us feature it, but she gave y'all an awesome hand-drawn how-to. Cuteness ahoy!