A Resource List For Your Home Organization Resolution

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / December 30, 2014
So, you want to get your stuff organized in 2015 but you have no idea where to start? I feel you. I’m the kind of person who has a tendency to look at a mess, start panicking, and then ignore it so that I can just stop panicking. It takes every iota of strength I… More »

Beauty IRL: Suggested Beauty Routines For Probable New Year’s Eve Scenarios

By: Megan Reynolds / December 30, 2014
You don’t have to go out on New Year’s. Everyone else is going to be stumbling around the city in sequined jumpsuits, consumed with the eternal quest for the best place to put on their 2015 glasses and grin wildly for the camera, as that big ball makes its inevitable descent in Times Square, so… More »

My First Year In New York City, As Told By My Amazon Purchase History

By: Beejoli Shah / December 30, 2014
This piece was originally published on The Daily Dot. After 26 years of living in California, I moved to New York City in February 2014. I did not handle it well. Although I was moving for a fun job to a city I’d often fantasized about living in, I still found myself o… More »

Frisky Eats: 14 Earth-Shatteringly Delicious Brie Recipes

By: Claire Hannum / December 29, 2014
If there's one thing the Frisky staff can never stop gushing over, it's brie. Is there ever a time you're not craving brie? Here are 14 recipes for those days when shoving a full wedge, rind and all, in your mouth at 2 a.m. simply won't do (though of course, that's always an acceptable option). More »

How To Spend All Those $50 Gift Cards

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / December 29, 2014
I know that they're often considered impersonal, but I love to get gift cards for holidays and birthdays. It's the thought that counts and if you know I would much rather pick out something I will love/use/wear rather than feign appreciation for your attempt to pick out something I will love/use/wear, gimme a gift card… More »

Rebecca’s 5 Favorite Things From 2014

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / December 29, 2014
Sure, there’s the stuff that shows up on roundups of the year’s most popular music, movies, TV shows, books, trendy lettuces, vibrators, painful caught-on-video mishaps, or what have you. But a better way to sum up your own year in culture is to take a look at the things that really hit home and stuck… More »

The Link Between Alpha Males And Hot Sauce Usage, According To Science

By: / December 29, 2014
Curious about his testosterone level? (I mean, it's the hormone associated with a high sex drive so why wouldn't you be?) Here's an easy way to find out tonight, thanks to our good ol' pal, Science. See if he loves Sriracha—and just how much uses. More »

Here’s The Super-Catchy Song In The Hanes Ad That’s Playing Before All Of Your YouTube Videos

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / December 29, 2014
There’s a Hanes commercial that’s playing before all of my YouTube videos these days that features, in typical underwear-ad fashion, very, very fit women doing silly dances and backward somersaults in their soft-filtered, pastel-and-white bedrooms while not getting dressed (but pretending to be in the process of getting dressed). I don’t know about anyone… More »

Awesomely Affordable: 12 New Year’s Dresses Under $100

By: Claire Hannum / December 26, 2014
Whether you're being dragged out on the town this New Year's when you'd rather be on the couch or are hosting a big bash, it's good fashion karma (that's a thing right?) to ring in 2015 in an outfit you love. Click through for 12 budget-friendly New Year's dresses... More »

The Simplest Way To Squash Your Anxiety And Feel Less Sucky

By: / December 26, 2014
I slept for a total of four hours last night. I tossed and turned, because of a migraine, and stressed myself out about whether or not I'd call in sick today and, if I did, being a freelancer, would I be able to make my rent on January 1st? My brain was struggling and I… More »

I Did My Christmas Shopping Early This Year And It Was Awesome

By: Claire Hannum / December 25, 2014
A few months ago, I decided on a whim that I would get my holiday shopping done early, and I'm so glad I did. I tend to be somewhat of a last-minute gift shopper, and when the idea to shop early popped into my head… More »

Must Haves: Triangles Are The New Black

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / December 24, 2014
Maybe it’s a minimalist urge, maybe we’re getting nostalgic for art deco, or maybe it’s a little bit of both -- either way, geometric jewelry is evvvverywhere right now. It’s much to my delight -- I’ve had enough flowery, layer-y jewelry and am embracing the super-versatile, super-wearable geometric trend with open arms. Check out the… More »

Have No Shame: 13 Childish Habits We All Have At Christmastime

By: Katie Oldenburg / December 24, 2014
As "adult" as you may be, there's something about Christmas that turns back the clock, and transforms us all into non-creepy, non-wrinkly Benjamin Buttons. You're 29, trapped in a 10-year-old's body and that is totally 100% acceptable. It's OKAY to want to hear "The Chipmunk Song" and it's OKAY to snoop for presents. If you're… More »

Japanese Travel Agency Offers Solo Weddings & Rent-A-Grooms To Make You Feel Forever Alone

By: Claire Hannum / December 23, 2014
For the woman with the perfect Pinterest wedding board but no groom in sight, Cerca Travel has a treat in store for you -- if you're willing to drop a few thousand dollars, that is. The agency, which provides travel options in Kyoto, Japan, now offers a "Solo Wedding Trip" package for… More »

From Us To You: An Honest Christmas “Update” Letter From The Frisky

By: Katie Oldenburg / December 23, 2014
To Our Beloved Frisky Readers, As 2014 comes to a close and we prepare for the New Year ahead, we wanted to send you all a heartfelt holiday letter to share some highlights from our lives over the past year. In true Frisky form, we're not ones to sugarcoat anything, and we hope our letter… More »

What Surprising Thing Did You Learn About Yourself In 2014?

By: Claire Hannum / December 22, 2014
Did this year's experiences teach you anything about yourself that you didn't expect? I learned that I'm more resilient than I thought, that I can actually make a good pie crust, that I'm more productive in the morning than at night, that I will never willingly wear harem pants, and that I can find the… More »

Make It Work: The Best & Worst Presents To Give At Your Office White Elephant Gift Exchange

By: Megan Reynolds / December 22, 2014
The holiday season brings a wide swath of work-related traumas to endure: waiting for your holiday bonus, drinking too much weird tequila at your holiday party and making out with that dude from accounting, figuring out what to do when your boss gets you a present, but you’re empty-handed. But there is none as time-honored… More »

7 Things That Will Happen When You’re Home For The Holidays

By: Huffington Post Women / December 22, 2014
You get off the airplane and into the backseat of your dad's car and say to yourself, "Why the heck did I ever leave this place?" Everything is exactly how you remember it. Your childhood room is still stuffed with decorations from sophomore year of high school. A ratty desktop computer with dial up Internet, a… More »

No-Poo Update: Fuck Yeah, Rye Flour

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / December 22, 2014
About six weeks ago, I wrote about using skin products that are pH-balanced to the skin on your face (the pH of which, by the by, is 5.5). In it, I had a tiny addendum about the fact that the same science that goes for your face also goes for your hair. It wa… More »

Listen To These Audiobooks On Your Flight Home For The Holidays

By: Claire Hannum / December 20, 2014
Now that "Serial" is over, what the hell are you going to listen to on your flight back to your family's house for the holidays? My flight from New York City to my mom's house is surprisingly quick, but it's just long enough for boredom to start creeping in if you don't come prepared with… More »

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