Minimalism -- it's the lifestyle movement du jour. Fueled in part by the runaway success of Marie Kondo's book The Life-Changing Art of Tidying Up, which has sold over three million copies, aspirations for a minimalist life are on the rise.
Hey, you: stop scrubbing that SpaghettiOs crust. There's a much easier method for cleaning the mess in your microwave, and it doesn't involve paying someone else to do it.
Sure, their advice can be lame/hard-to-swallow/cloying at times, but as much as it pains us to say this out loud: Moms really do know best.
Have you been staring at the same pile of stuff in the corner of your apartment for weeks upon weeks? We're right there with you. While we wish we could just close our eyes and our clutter would disappear, sadly, that's not the case.
If you've been avoiding spring-cleaning since the start of the season, you're not alone. For most of us, the thought of steaming our carpets or cleaning out the crisper section of the refrigerator makes us want to crawl under the covers and wish for winter. Almost.
Stop those critters in their tiny tracks.
It's spring. It's the season of lightness and brightness and freshness. Let's do the work necessary to refine our souls, not just our homes. Let's stretch our limbs and our comfort zones. Let's turn our faces to the sun. Let's become something new.
Cast iron skillets are kind of kitchen superheroes. You can use them for cakes, nachos, chickens and more. Needless to say, ours is on heavy rotation. The only tricky thing is cleaning it. Here, a cool way to clean and season it that's easy and uses stuff you've probably got on hand.
Here are seven top tips on making sure yours are always fresh and fluffy. Related: How to Kill a Bug Without Touching It ...
Let's face it: a clean house is something we almost all want, but very few of us can ever routinely obtain. Instead of pining over what isn't, start by being grateful for your busy life that leaves little time for mundane cleaning tasks, and then, implement these 10 simple spring cleaning tips for super busy people.
By ELIZABETH INGLESE Spring cleaning: that one time of year when toiling on your bathroom floor with rubber gloves is elevated to the status of an ...
Do you have a child that is perfectly able to clean up after themselves in school and is a total disaster at home? You are not alone.
Dentists recommend changing your toothbrush every three months. But, if you're anything like us, you don't feel great about tossing out a mountain of ...
It's the New Year and TIME still proves to not be my friend, but I'm working on our relationship. No, seriously I am! I made it through the chaos and overall exhaustion of the holiday season. I said I wasn't going to make it complicated.
Cat hair on the bookshelf. Dog hair all over your brand-new coat. If you've got a pet, you know that any surface is fair game for shedding. Here's a n...
More than 60 years after its invention in 1953, WD-40 can be found in four out of five American homes. Here's what it can do.