With the holidays quickly approaching, here are three simple steps to take now to ensure a stress-free holiday season.
Did you know “anyways” is not a word? And “factoid” doesn’t mean a small piece of information? Read — and WATCH — Zoe’s explanation of five words we misspell or misuse often in our latest Grammar Shape-Up Series article.
No matter how or for whom you decide to vote, this election’s voting climate is a peculiar one. Here is a general step-by-step guide to safe and successful voting, plus many links to official resources with more in-depth information by state.
Do your fresh-cut flowers die the day after you bring them home? Here are expert suggestions for fresh flowers that will last the longest — some up to two weeks!
Stains are a fact of life — from red wine to grass and every sweat and coffee stain in between. We have a trick to remove every common stain, plus some must-read guidelines to keep your garments and carpets safe while you do so.
Now that many of us have a few months of remote work under our belts (or elastic waistbands), it’s time to revisit some things we’ve learned to do — and to absolutely NOT do — during a virtual meeting.
If you feel like you’re doing so much, but you’re actually accomplishing so little, try these three simple steps and start achieving your goals.
As technology continues to develop and new products enter the market at break-neck speeds, we’ve rounded up 10 home appliances that make our jaws drop. Take a look!
Oh, apostrophes. These tiny little squiggles can prove tricky, but StyleBlueprint’s Grammar Shape-Up Series can help. Watch (and read) this week’s lesson to find out the correct way to use them.
Fresh-cut flowers are a little dose of happiness. Here, Southern flower experts weigh in with tips for how to make them last as long as possible.