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Home Inspiration: 21 Ways To Display Travel Keepsakes, Old Photos & Other Clutter-Causing Treasures

By: Claire Hannum / April 22, 2015

One of the hardest parts of decorating or spring cleaning is finding a place for the precious mementos we’d never dream of getting rid of but rarely display or even look at. Most of my ticket stubs, old family photos, greeting cards from loved ones, artifacts of my grandparents’ and random souvenirs I’ve picked up on vacations sit… More »


Starbucks Will Sell You This $50 Mother’s Day Giftcard At A 400 Percent Markup

By: Beejoli Shah / April 21, 2015

For just a fraction of the cost of the Apple Watch, you can now buy your mom the Mother’s Day gift she always wanted: a Starbucks gift card worth just pennies on the dollars you actually spent on it! You see, this is no ordinary Starbucks gift card — it’s a gift card made of… More »


Check Your Vibes: How To Have The Best Mental Health Day Ever

By: Claire Hannum / April 20, 2015

“Productivity” has become a silly buzzword that we equate with self-worth. What is so morally bankrupt about spending a day in bed? More »


Help! “Can You Recommend A Sophisticated Bong?”

By: The Frisky / April 20, 2015

Do you have a recommendation for a grown-up bong? Husband and I have had to jettison them in recent moves and I want to get him a nice one for his birthday now that we will be stationary for the next few years. Other than just going to a head shop and buying the blue… More »


The 17 Stages Of Moving (In GIFs!)

By: Claire Hannum / April 20, 2015

I am thoroughly convinced that the moment you begin the process of moving, you can be written off by your loved ones as lost to temporary insanity until you’re settled in your new place. A huge chunk of the Frisky staff has made a move these past few months, so the stress is still unpleasantly… More »


Can We Please Have A Selena-Inspired MAC Collection?

By: Claire Hannum / April 17, 2015

It’s been 20 years since the death of Selena Quintanilla, and much like her music, her signature makeup look is still just as coveted today as it was in 1995. There are about a billion YouTube tutorials featuring her trademark red lips and dark brows, so why not launch a Selena-inspired cosmetics collection? Countless celebs have had their… More »


Absolute Beginners: Know When To Stop

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / April 17, 2015

Right now, I have tendonitis in my left ankle, tenosynovitis in both of my feet (it’s an inflammation of the sheaths that protect tendons), hammer toes, and my marathon-induced avascular necrosis still hasn’t quite healed. I have a vertebra that’s still healing from being cracked when I fell backward down a flight of stairs last… More »


Local Travel: 18 Places To Visit In The Pacific Northwest This Spring

By: Claire Hannum / April 17, 2015

Warm weather means long sunny weekends and the sudden itch to explore someplace new, so why not start with your own backyard? If you need a break from the big cities and major sights, hop in the car and take a More »


Must Haves: 20 Spring Jumpsuits & Rompers That Make Getting Dressed Stupidly Easy

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 16, 2015

The weather forecast for this Saturday calls for sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-70s, which means I plan on rolling out of bed, pulling on a onesie and making my way to the park with my dog for a day of lazing around. I am supremely low-maintenance on the weekends, so jumpsuits and romper… More »


The Soapbox: My Bindi Is Not Your Bindi

By: Beejoli Shah / April 16, 2015

I’ve realized that there’s a rather marked difference in being proud of your culture, and having ownership over it. Both are important and necessary, but for 20-some odd years, my culture was something that happened to me, but only in the last seven years has it actually become mine. More »


6 Things I Learned Meeting With A Life Coach

By: Claire Hannum / April 16, 2015

When T.J. Maxx reached out to me about meeting with a life coach and photographer, their pitch seemed so in tune with the current season of my life – my obsession with building happier routines, my renewed focus on the tiny joyful moments of each day as the bigger picture of my life took a frazzled turn — I had to give it… More »


TJ Maxx To Start Offering Plus-Size Clothing Options Online

By: Megan Reynolds / April 15, 2015

…Yay? I guess. … More »


Beauty IRL: I Want A Signature Scent, Dammit

By: Megan Reynolds / April 15, 2015

Am I less of a woman if I don’t have a signature scent? More »


The Daily Squee: Rademenes The Cat Nurse Helps Sick Animals Heal

By: Claire Hannum / April 15, 2015

Rademenes the cat lives at an animal shelter in Bydgoszcz, Poland, and serves as a feline nurse to critters at the shelter who undergo medical care. Rademenes was brought into the shelter with an inflamed respiratory tract by his former owners, who were convinced he’d never get better. The kitty bonded with a veterinarian on staff who… More »


Home Inspiration: Decorating Tiny Spaces

By: Claire Hannum / April 14, 2015

New York is known for its shoebox apartments, but since living here I’ve been lucky enough to wind up in housing with giant bedrooms more often than not. Of the many apartments I’ve inhabited in this city over the past few years, only one of them involved a stereotypically small bedroom, but I’ve just moved again, and now I have a large… More »


ModCloth Co-Founder Says That Selling Clothes For All Sizes Is Good For Business

By: Megan Reynolds / April 14, 2015

…I mean….yes? Duh? More »


5 Woman Caves Every Broad Deserves

By: Katrin Higher / April 13, 2015

After a day of ruthless catcalling and street harassment, less pay, and diminishing worth as we age, we women deserve a goddamn cave too — and I don’t mean the floor of the bathroom where we cry over our no longer supple skin. More »


Check Your Vibes: 5 Ways To Build Your Willpower Muscle

By: Claire Hannum / April 13, 2015

When I think about willpower, I usually think of shame. More »


Compassionate Fashion: Wear-Anywhere Basics From Alexis Mera Loungewear

By: Claire Hannum / April 10, 2015

Alexis Mera loungewear was launched to create what is basically my dream breed of clothing: something I could wake up, roll out of bed and into work while wearing, and that could then carry me through brunch, errands and the gym on weekends. Going through your day in stylish clothes that secretly have the comfiness level… More »


Absolute Beginners: A Place For Workout Videos In My Heart

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / April 10, 2015

The more I do for Absolute Beginners — the more I try new things — the more I have to re-evaluate my past with sports and fitness. This week, for example, I had to admit to myself that actually, my fitness habit didn’t begin with a barbell in 2012, even if that’s when I met… More »


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