Working remotely just isn’t the same as the office you’re used to. Here’s how to stay sane and productive while working at home.
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.
Looking for ways to continue your education from the comfort of your home? Here are five great resources for free online classes.
It’s important to understand how you handle stressful situations, and it’s just as important to be mindful that others may handle stress differently. Find out from an Enneagram expert how to do just that — and take a free Enneagram test to learn your own type.
Whether you’re an experienced business owner or you’ve got the itch to “be your own boss,” these stories and pieces of advice from six Southern entrepreneurs will inspire and inform … we promise you don’t want to skip this one!
We love the feeling of picking up fresh dry cleaning, but how much do you really know about the process and what actually needs to be dry cleaned? Get the best clean for your buck by separating dry cleaning fact from fiction.
If you’re struggling to find time to fit in fitness, we’re making it easy. Here are three solid fitness apps that make working out convenient, no matter where or when.
Is your driver’s license REAL ID-compliant? Do you still have questions about what REAL ID is? We unpack the ins and outs of the new IDs to find out why the government is enforcing them, why you need one, and how to get one before the deadline. Image: Teslin
Is your New Year’s resolution to spend less time on your iPhone and more time with family and friends? Here are five ways you can limit screen time and make that resolution happen!
Are you ready to get your life organized in 2020? These expert suggestions will help you clear out the physical and mental clutter so you’re living your best life.
There’s an “F” word in the English language that many people are reluctant to use, and it’s not what you’re thinking. This word’s current purpose has outgrown its history, and we’ve got some stats and stories about a polarizing term that most of us embrace — knowingly or unknowingly.