Happy Halloween, I mean Christmas oops I mean Thanksgiving... Well I honestly don’t know right now the temperature is about 30 degrees and I can see trees with colorful leaves! So I am wondering if fall decided to be winter for Halloween. I love a little mix up myself but it'll be hard for me to organize this fall haha!
As my lifestyle swings further and further towards a radical self-reliance (even though a friend of mine insists there's nothing radical about self-reliance), it is obvious that additional consideration must be given to the things we take for granted in our lives. A sense of cleanliness and respectability are mandatory if one of the primary objectives is to mingle with the people of the world and seek their stories. It goes without saying that you cannot smell the scent of my active lifestyle through a video posted online, but I guarantee that I am very self conscious as I proceed with my plans of going completely off grid with every aspect of my life.
But then you wear them for a few times, and without even realizing, your previously spotless kicks get a completely different shade of brown or grey. Fear not, because we’ve come up with a few suggestions that’ll make your running shoes or any other sneakers look brand new, with easy and quick cleaning tips. Depending on the fabric, every pair of kicks will require a different cleaning process, so get ready to brush up on your cleaning knowledge.
When I was younger, clothing always just tore apart at the seams for me—even "rugged" backpacks like the ones from Jansport. My clothing would tear so frequently, I used to joke about them simply dissolving in the rain. I never really figured out why my clothes didn't last too long.
I’ve found that the more clothing I bring into my home, the less room I have for all of it. Maybe you face this issue as well. I am also one of those people that doesn’t like to pack clothing up at the end of a season - I want to know what clothes I own all year round.
More and more people out there are beginning to take up sewing in a small or big way. Sewing itself is nothing new as there have been many instances in the past where sewing had taken off in a big way. However, one can see that today, it is experiencing a resurgence of sorts. A lot of people who are new to it are still a bit clueless as to how to go about the process and what to do to get the best results. There are no two ways about that for sure.
When it comes to closet organization there are a wide variety of different options that range from style, functionality, and several other factors including closet space. While these options may not be necessarily easy to make, opting to make your own closet organizer may be the best option in the end. Furthermore, this is a great option when it comes to closet organization for a man's closet and the use of the best suit hangers. Even more, is the fact that DIY closet organizers can be inexpensively completed while customizing to fit one's style.
In western culture clothing defines success. Keeping up with trends defines a person and defines their economic status as it provides a glimpse into whether or not they can afford to keep up with a never-ending barrage of changing trends.
One of my best friends has a fluffy, floofy cat. This cat is one of the coolest creatures I've ever seen, primarily because he has so much attitude, he makes Grumpy Cat look mellow. As awesome as the cat is, there's one issue that made me dread going to his home: the cat hair.
Paper dresses are set to be the next store-window rage. They gather lots of attention while being memorable. Most people have never seen one in person and relish the chance to take a picture and share it with their friends. Are you ready to make your store window the talk of the town and a destination in itself? Keep reading to see how you can make your very own paper dress.
Moving out of my college dorm after the first year hit me with a huge reality check. I had way too many clothes. And half of them I didn't even wear. Shopaholic + lazy = disaster.
When I was younger, my mom used to make me throw my old clothes that were too big or small for me anymore in a trash bag. She'd take our enormous collections that we gathered to the local Goodwill store and donate them. We didn't really care where the clothes went or what happened to them—it just served as a place to dispose of the unwanted clothes. My mom did this annually and we moved through lots of clothes.