The truth is that my flatmates and I are pretty good about evenly sharing work. The truth is, when I did the dishes it was usually totally my turn. The truth is, when I was angsting about dishes, probably my flatmates were angsting about their own hot-button chore items, like mowing the lawn, or having a clear dining room table. And, universal truth is, the only person I can change is me. So I took back the dishes. And I found my Dishes Zen.
Check out this light-up bow tie for your dapper animals! Now your pets can be more visible at night without sacrificing their fashion sense. This collar is useful for three main reasons…
You may not know this, but there are more library branches in the US than McDonalds. True fact. Wait! Before you sigh and move on to the next article, hear me out! I'm not going to tell you about books. Well, not much, anyway. It turns out, there's far more to today's libraries than books, and I'm pretty sure there are a bunch of Homies out there who could totally use some of their local library's services, but have no idea what kind of riches they're missing.
What I like best about my living room is that it is MINE. No one else I know has a Star Wars, Doctor Who, Harry Potter rainbow living room! Here's how I turned my boring living space into a family-friendly living room straight out of a nerd's fever dream.
I was not prepared for having a new name. It was a very difficult decision for me, and though I chose to give up my last name in favor of my partner's, I had a full blown identity crisis in the months after the wedding. I found myself constantly saying, "Nobody told me about this." Here are a few things that I discovered, just to further inform those of you who are contemplating the "big switch."
My fiancee and I would like to move in together, but the actual date of the move in has been pushed back. Both of us currently live with our 'rents and have never lived outside the 'rents home before, so we don't have any apartment stuff. I was thinking of purchasing some things for the apartment and keeping them stored in my current abode. My mother's advice was this: don't buy too much stuff, because it might not fit in to your apartment – aesthetic wise or space wise. So my question to Homies is this: what do you wish you had as soon as you moved in, and what could you have done without or what would you liked to have purchased AFTER you moved?
I found Izola's Apothecary Pattern shower curtain and thought THIS would be a great start to a vintage-style apothecary-themed bathroom. If you're in love with the apothecary aesthetic, you may want to think about turning your bathroom into a vintage pharmacist's dream with these products…