Did you know “anyways” is not a word? And “factoid” doesn’t mean a small piece of information? Read — and WATCH — Grammar Girl’s explanation of five words we misspell or misuse often!
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.
How did tipping become so widespread in America, and how do we navigate it today with the pandemic and the holidays in mind? Here’s your updated guide to tipping.
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.
It seems everyone has their go-to “life hacks.” In this edition of the SB Hot List, SB team members share their favorite time-saving tips!
Are your photos clogging up your phone storage? Do you find it difficult and anxiety-inducing to try to locate the photos you need? Are you scared to delete a single photo in fear of losing it to cyberspace forever? Don’t worry … your guide to photo organizing is HERE!
Laundry stripping. We’re seeing this trend everywhere these days. It’s a grossly satisfying way to deep clean your well-loved linens and workout clothes to get them cleaner than they have ever been. We even have an easy how-to video for you!
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!
We sat down with event planning guru Angela Proffitt to learn the ins and outs of planning a virtual retreat — whether it’s for your company, group, or family — that will keep attendees enthusiastic and engaged all day. Image: Details Nashville
Grammar Girl is back to explain the fascinating history of acronyms, share some common ones you will see in texts, social media and work emails, and weigh in with some examples of how they’re used.
If you find yourself putting off important decisions and tasks, here are some reasons why — plus three effective strategies to quit procrastinating.