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.
Southern Home Organizing
Life chaotic? Where do you start? We break it down with simple to follow suggestions to make organizing your house and your life a bit easier. We're clutter busting! It’s a long road to organization, but these suggestions will help you.
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 Girl is here to help. Watch (and read) this week’s lesson to find out the correct way to use them.
Lay versus lie. Sometimes it’s tough to distinguish when to use which verb. But lie back and let StyleBlueprint’s Grammar Girl lay the facts out to help you nail this pesky rule once and for all!
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.
Looking for a new hobby? StyleBlueprint’s own Megan Casey recently started her very first vegetable garden, and here are her beginner’s tips and tricks to help you get started too.
The idiom “I couldn’t care less” versus its newer form, “I could care less,” is a hotly debated grammar topic. In her latest video lesson, our very own Grammar Girl unpacks this phrase and urges us to ask if we’ve been saying it wrong all along. Take a look!
From what composting is to how to get started as well as its many benefits, here’s everything you need to know about recycling your everyday yard and food waste.
Do you cringe at the express lane sign that reads “10 items or less”? Well, you might after you watch this week’s grammar lesson on the important (and often ignored) difference between “less” and “fewer.”
Have you ever sat there and pondered a pesky grammar question before sending that email to your boss or captioning your Instagram photo? In this new weekly video series, we tackle one common grammar/spelling/phrasing mistake you might be making regularly.