Here’s a quick, easy way to hang up your purses in your closet!
Let’s play a little game. Not as scary as Saw but slightly more daunting then Hide and Seek. It’s called Trash or Stash, and I think you get where I’m going with this:
Should you keep or should you throw away? Purge or preserve?
If you have a closet full of clothes, junk, and miscellaneous shrines that you haven’t gone through since Lindsay Lohan was considered Hilary Duff’s rival as America’s Sweetheart, ask yourself these questions to find out whether or not you should trash ‘em or stash ‘em. (I’m referring to your old stuff, not Lindsay and Hilary — that decision was already made for us.)
In the era of Instagram models, Beauty Vloggers, and Bloggers, everyone is a makeup artist. Including me (no, seriously). And it is vital for all of us to have some sort of system to store all of our extremely expensive skin paint lovingly bought, tried, and tested cosmetics. If you’re new to the community of contourers (welcome! Nice cheekbones!) and you’re looking for a way to step up your makeup setup game, I have a few ideas for you.
If you’re like me, you truly admire the type of people that organize their clothes by colour and create their own little rainbow of cottons and poly-blends. But if you’re also like me you would never do that, because time, and you would never do that because black. All your clothes are black.
I love Ikea. At least as much as Kanye, and probably more. Everyone does, right? Because what’s not to love about Swedish made furniture with names that sound like they’re actually Simlish that are only technically Swedish made if you yourself are Swedish because it sure as hell isn’t anybody but you that’s putting that damn shelf together.
I’m making it a mission to organize at least one drawer a month. This month, I’m starting off with the bedside table. It’s a staple in every lazy person’s life. As you waste 2/3rds of your life away in bed you need a place to store the things you think you need an arms length away from your nesting spot.
I am so glad we found each other. In this large, chaotic world, we deserve to find each other and create our own little magical caves where every thing has its place and every place has its thing.