10 Household Hacks

1. Keep your plugs organized and ready to go using binder clips attached to the edge of your desk.
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Then, keep them organized by labeling them with bread clips. 
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2. Want to have company over but the house smells a bit stuffy and you don't have time to go grab some Febreeze? Preheat the oven to 360. On a baking sheet, place a sheet of aluminum foil and spill some extract on it--vanilla, banana and coconut are the best. Place in the oven with the door cracked for about fifteen minutes. The house will smell like you're baking something sweet! Even just leaving a cap full of it in the kitchen in a small dish adds a bit of scent to a room.
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3. Store your shopping bags in tissue boxes in order to make them easily accessible as well as tidy!
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4. Use a wine box to sort your shoes, and hang your boots up using extra pants hangers.
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5. Use a binder clip to stack bottles in your refrigerator for space saving.
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6. Utilize all of your closet space with shower curtain rings. Go to Dollar Tree and pick up a pack. Attach the curtain rings to a hangar and fold straps of tank tops on them.
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6. Making your bed every day will actually entice you to go to sleep.
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7. Turn plush bathmats into pillows.
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8. Microwaving your sponge will kill almost all of the bacteria growing on it. Not only will it keep it clean, but will make the sponge last longer!
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9. You probably haven't thought about cleaning your washing machine, considering its function, but have you ever noticed that sometimes there's a distinct smell in there? Clean your machine with some hot water and bleach! If you have a face front washing machine, drench a couple of clean towels in bleach and fabric softener and turn on the machine to get it clean.
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10. Cleaning your pillows will make them look, feel and smell like new! Click here to find out how. 
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Fall Fashion: What Your Wardrobe Needs This Fall

Fall has arrived! Now that the temperature's dropping and the colors are changing it's time to transition back into our autumnal attire! Here are some classic fall fashion tips for anyone.

Layers are your friend.

Whether you're enjoying the October weather in Pennsylvania or California, the weather is pretty fickle. Dress comfortably in layers for if the morning starts out chilly and ends up a bit warmer than you imagined, or vice versa. Cardigans, scarves, tshirts, these complete any really nice layered look.

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Cardigans, Jackets and Vests


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Scarves


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Jeans

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Leggings


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Tanks or Undershirts


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Boot Bling

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Have a fancy fall!

The Dos and Don'ts of Summer Fashion

DON'T: Get ripped jeans that are too tight, even in skinny style.
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DO: Wear less makeup. Natural light is great for your skin. With so many outdoor activities, you may find yourself sweating or getting dirty or going swimming and makeup can get messy and complicated real quick. Give your skin a break and go as natural as you feel comfortable with!
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DON'T: Underestimate how cute a t-shirt can be. Pretty and practical.

DO: Add some white lace (tops, dresses, or skirts) to your wardrobe for a fun, cool and fashionable addition.
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DON'T: Choose style over comfort. Yes, it's important to put your best foot forward, but at the same time, you don't want to trip over that very foot. Be cute AND comfortable, but don't make a sacrifice.

DO: Find the right pair of sunglasses for style and protection.
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DON'T: Cuff capri pants. If you want shorts, just wear shorts. 

DO: Go a bit more casual. Many office settings allow a semi-laxed dress code during the summer because of the heat. 

DON'T: Be afraid to show off YOU with your wardrobe choices. Your outfit is a reflection of you, make sure everyone sees it!
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DO: Dress for the weather! Want to wear your white top but it might rain? Save the top for tomorrow when it's sunny, you don't want an involuntary wet t-shirt contest to happen. Layers are also important.

DON'T: Wear something you cannot function in. This goes back to not sacrificing comfort for cute. If you can't walk in heels, don't wear them. 

DO: Try something new! Put some variety into your wardrobe.

DO: Waterproof your boots!
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Spoiled Southern: Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Your Sweet Southern Belle

Personalized Buck and Doe Necklace Pendant Set, $34.95

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Heart Sparkles Keychain, $7.95

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A Set of Sassy Wine Bottle Tags, $9.99

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Redneck Couture's Bullet Heart Crop Top, $32.00

Specialized "Creative" Flowers

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Edible Arrangements, $29.99-$99.00

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Studded Leather Handbag, $10.99

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Redneck Couture Boot Bling, $28.00-$44.00

Spinner Heart Necklace, $17.95

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Manicure Set, $11.99-$12.95

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Redneck Couture Scarf, $22.00

Courage Necklace, $12.99

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Have a happy Valentine's Day with your special someone.