As streaming services proliferate, it’s becoming more of a challenge to track down your favorite TV shows and blockbuster movies when streaming services can change up their offerings every month. That’s complicating life for those who know what they want to watch, but just don’t know where to locate it.
Gardeners often overestimate rainfall. A cloudburst might seem to have thoroughly saturated the ground, but scratch down an inch and you might find bone-dry soil.
A Gallup poll taken between October and April found that 40% of white-collar workers would prefer to continue working remotely as much as possible, while 21% would rather return to the office (and 29% were not working remotely, while the rest didn’t want to go back because of coronavirus concerns).
Swimming pools can be the best place to be when you’re outside; they’re a great luxury and a place to keep fit.
Here’s a selection of high- and low-tech goodies for an epic dad’s day, from a personalized-song service to some souped-up Lego models.
If you’re one of the more than 58,000 followers of the Afrominimalist on Instagram, then you know that Platt has not only cleared closets, but she has also found a way to infuse her 630-square-foot apartment with a version of minimalism that includes color, texture and the rich history of the African diaspora.
This tendency to push off sleep – for 10 minutes, and then 15 or 30 more, even with a looming nonnegotiable wake-up call – has a name: revenge bedtime procrastination.
The housing market is red-hot, the travel industry is on the verge of poetic justice earned by a year lost, and certain consumer goods are increasingly difficult to find.
Choose a budgeting system that reflects who you are.
A week or two before your gathering, start to deep-clean the areas of your home you may have neglected—the stove, refrigerator, windows and baseboards, for example—to create a fresh canvas for party planning.
Although no designer has a crystal ball, some styling choices are sure to date your home to 2021.
What started as a simple passion for changing the layout of their childhood bedrooms soon blossomed into the job of their dreams.
Whether you have a lot of space or a little, there’s gear ranging from water tables and tubs for kids to floating loungers with drink holders for adults.
Although buying a fun, colorful or sleek storage container can provide motivation toward keeping items neat, it’s possible to stay organized—and be environmentally friendly—without spending an entire paycheck on merchandise to hold your merchandise.
There is no one-size-fits-all solution; what is right for one family won’t be right for another. Which might feel empowering, or maybe just exhausting.
Transplants are threatened by three kinds of pest damage this time of year: Stems might be chopped off at the soil line, leaves might be chewed, and/or leaves might be shot full of tiny holes.
Outdoor spaces are many things these days but rustic is not one of them. Neither is natural. For many well-to-do Americans and those who aspire to join their ranks, the backyard has become the ultimate family room, a place to be decorated and tamed, a receptacle for stylish stuff, while nature is held at bay.
Unfortunately, a kitchen renovation means two things: You need to be prepared to spend some serious cash, and you need to be patient; the wait lists for contractor availability and access to raw materials and appliances are longer than ever.