Model homes are designed to appeal to the part of you that appreciates the finer things in life, but there are some model home problems you should consider before you buy so you have no regrets.
When I looked into alternative uses for vinegar, I found more than a 100 and not all of them were just for cleaning and cooking! At about $5 for a one-gallon jug, you can’t beat that price for an all-purpose weeding, cleaning and cooking agent that even helps with sunburn.
Shopping for a college dorm room can be fun if you love to shop…like me. But it can also be a huge hassle because there is so much to get. Here’s a quick college checklist of the things you need, want and probably could live without.
Museum admissions generally aren’t cheap. If you’re taking a whole family, you should plan ahead to try to knock some dollars off the price. Here are some ways to save money on museum admissions, no matter where you live.
Watching the Olympics this week has probably made most of us feel severely inadequate. Well, instead of throwing yourself a pity party because you might not stand a chance against an Olympian, you can still take the gold in your backyard. Get outside and have some fun. With these do-it-yourself backyard games, you can have a little family competition of your own.
I recently got an email from my college stating that tuition costs would be going up for the 2012-2013 academic year. So why do these costs keep going up?
More busy texting than eating? Let’s bring the picnic back, shall we? Here are some tips to consider when putting together a fun, food-filled outing:
When you stop and think about it for a minute, buying a pet conjures up a lot of questions. However, these are important questions to ask yourself when considering if a pet will fit into your home and lifestyle.
Parents have a lot of important decisions to make in regards to their kids. One of those decisions that is sometimes overlooked, although still important, is whether or not to give an allowance.
Lauren wearing her future grandmother-in-law’s dress from 52 years ago. Once you start the wedding plans, it’s hard to move forward without a dress. A wedding dress sets the whole theme for the wedding and it’s kind of a big deal. I mean this will be your most photographed and remembered clothing garment ever! No doubt shopping for wedding dresses can be overwhelming. There are so many to choose from and so many places to go! But with a little advice and knowledge, even the most indecisive bride can find the wedding dress of her dreams. Before You Shop Do some research before you go shopping. Find out what kind of dresses you like and what shape of dress is most flattering for your figure. If you are like I was and you don’t have a clue what a wedding dress silhouette even is, here is a handy cheat sheet: A-Line This is a wedding dress style that flatters almost any body type. On top is typically a fitted bodice from which a skirt flares out all the way to the hem. The name for this dress comes from the “A” shape that the dress forms. Ball Gown This is the Cinderella dress. These dresses are typically paired with a fitted bodice and dramatically flare out from the hips. This is the most formal and traditional wedding dress silhouette. Empire This dress is defined by the waistline that is classically right below the bust. The skirt flows softly to the…