Every true girl boss can't resist the urge to pull her laptop out of her designer tote bag post 5 p.m.—even if she declares her home office to be her kitchen table. Whether you have a full on office space or find that your best work comes from the comfort of your couch, we curated a list of the top items that every goal-digging girl boss should have.
We've all been sucked into a white elephant exchange at one point or another, going home with a useless gag gift. But wouldn't it be great if the pool was stacked with things you'd actually want to keep? Luckily, we've rounded up a few options that are cute, quirky, and all less than $30.
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Add a personal twist to the low ponytail trend with an infinity braid. The look is fresh, easy, and totally boho-chic. Plus, you need only a small elastic to keep your mane in check. This summer, skip the old hair ties and give this braid a try.
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With online shopping increasing in popularity, small businesses are feeling the pinch. We've rounded up the top reasons small businesses and shopping local is essential.
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While I can come up with an outfit for pretty much any occasion, I'm lost when it comes to outfitting my new apartment. And on a tight budget, you don't have a ton of extra cash to spend on cute decor, let alone much space to put it. But there are a few easy and budget-friendly ways you can make an apartment look nice. My favorite is decorating with fresh flowers. Even a small bouquet will cheer up my postage stamp-size apartment. “Flowers add freshness to a room,” says interior designer Tamara Sayago-Dunner. “It's a welcoming symbol.” Keep in mind Tamara's tips for decorating your space with flowers on a budget!
So you just moved into your first apartment. It's roughly the size of a shoebox but you still want it to feel like home. Spruce up the space with our advice for decorating small spaces.
Don't ditch all those straws you gather from fast food restaurants. Plastic and paper straws can easily be turned into all sorts of affordable (and cool!) decorations for your home.
No matter what your autumn looks like (No brilliant red maple leaves? No biggie!), you can enjoy this abstract leaf-inspired mani that uses fun and unexpected colors. Try this fall leaves nail art today, and celebrate the season!
Who says home organization has to be boring? Thanks to this easy DIY, you can make simple rope bowls on a budget. Use them to hold jewelry, toiletries, or even fruits.
Let's be honest--first dates are horrible and humiliating experiences. Trying to do and say all the right things so that the other person doesn't think you're a complete freak is exhausting and no one likes trying to make small talk with a virtual stranger, no matter how good looking he or she might be. To make matters worse, a lot of dates revolve around food and dinner is a catastrophe waiting to happen.
Giving someone flowers is a sweet gesture but if you don't know how to care for them, that sweet gesture won't last more than a few days. I'd come across a few odd tips for how to keep flowers alive longer: adding vinegar to the water, putting a penny in the vase, and bleach were among them. In the interest of not believing everything you read on the Internet, I decided to test them all out on bouquets of roses. You'll be surprised at the simple trick that will keep your flowers alive!
Get organized in the New Year with a super easy DIY mud cloth notebook that you can make in 30 minutes or less.
Give your home dcor more style by adding this ceramic vase. This versatile accessory will complement any living room, bedroom, din...ing room or office. Type: Table, Floor Color: Beige Dimensions: 11 inches in diameter x 7.5 inches high read more
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One Allium Way Valeriane Brown/Beige Terracotta Vase In a perfect blend of traditional Mexican terracotta finish and modern silhou...ette, this oversized vase is both beautiful and stylistically versatile. Features: -Shape: Trumpet.-Distressed: No.-Style:... read more
Westmen Lights Peacock Table Vase This lovely porcelain Peacock Table Vase feature a brass dragonfly design circling the outside. ...This Peacock Table Vase can be used on their own for decoration, or place a small bouquet of flowers or decorative grasses... read more
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