In the modern era, archaic wedding traditions are frequently eschewed in favor of more sensible—and often, more meaningful—practices. The old English rhyme, "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue," however, is relatively harmless, and seems to have endured in large part due to its quirky nature. After all, it's simply a collection of good luck charms. While most people, especially outside of the UK, ignore the final line of the poem "a sixpence in your shoe," the first four items are still quite common.
Whether you are a woman who is "on the go" every day, either walking a lot as part of your work or commute or you just do a lot of moving around (i.e. chasing kids or enjoying sports and workouts), or you're a woman who is "on the go" because you are traveling, you need to keep your feet happy. Even the most casual seaside stroll is easily ruined by sore feet due to uncomfortable shoes. Yet, the term "comfortable shoes" has grown to be synonymous with "ugly shoes" and so we are here to destroy that myth by offering up comfortable walking shoes for women who enjoy stylish footwear, too.
One of the best accessories for any fashionista is a well-crafted and stylish handbag. When you’re out shopping for designer bags, it’s important to stay mindful of what is quality and what’s not. You wouldn’t want to spend your hard-earned dollars on a handbag that won’t last past two months. Be smart with your shopping. Discover how to tell if a purse is well-made, as well as some dead giveaways for fakes.
More and more couples are finding it to be a real challenge to throw the wedding of their dreams, and planning a wedding on a budget can be a challenge. If you don’t believe us, check out “Can You Afford to Get Married? In the US, It's Increasingly the Privilege of the Rich” some time.
As a newcomer to the workforce, I had no idea the effect staring at a computer screen all day would really have on my eyes. I mean, sure, I used my laptop a lot in college, but certainly not eight hours a day, five days a week. Needless to say, the transition has been jarring on my poor eyes (and body, but that's a whole other story). For months now I've been coming home every day and feeling like if I even so much as glance at another screen, my eyes will literally fall out of my head (it's fine, I'm fine). They simply can't handle the strain of staring at my computer screen any longer. The headaches and lack of sleep? I'm so over it.
Who better to take recommendations for organic cat litter brands from than a crazy cat lady herself? Hint: that cat lady is me, whoops. Though it's not fair to call us crazy anymore because everyone knows cat ladies are cool as of the 2010s! The thing is, traditional clay litter is a thing of the past. In this new world where cute cat videos are king on Facebook, let's show our kitties we care for their precious paws by buying them any of these great brands.