How to shop your own closet and maximize your wardrobe

When you're trying to save a buck here and there with clothes, learning to work with what you already own is key. This applies doubly for when you're traveling. Re-styling an outfit = fewer items you'll need to pack overall. Here's how you can shop your own closet to save money and maximize your wardrobe…

Use Stitch to help find lost socks!

Offbeat Homie Lenna Ani had the cutest greatest idea for your laundry: Use everyones favorite lost monster to keep track of your lost socks! Or, as she put it on her Instagrams… "All the mismatched socks want their family too, just like Stitch."

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Why we put our kids' bunk bed in the closet

When we moved in to our home, our daughter's bedroom was a bit of a layout conundrum since we had to work around two closets, a doorway, a window, and a baseboard electric heater PLUS a low ceiling. Then we decided to move the bunk bed into the closet…

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Embracing and hacking the laundry piles with (of course) baskets!

I have had many clever and functional Ikea storage solutions gather dust because I can't help but let my clothes pile up on the floor. So when I moved in with my boyfriend I knew I could't let stuff pile up, but I also knew I would never be able to fight my piling ways forever. So just like you do in any relationship, I compromised with myself. I bought cheap hampers to separate my clothes into contained pile — keeping them clean and within reach.