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By Alicia Rockmore and Sarah Welch

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A yard sale is a great way to get rid of things you don’t need anymore, and make sure your old possessions fall into the hands of those who can reuse and better appreciate them. They take a lot of planning and work though, so here are 20 tips to help make the process a bit easier.

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By Alicia Rockmore and Sarah Welch

In an ode to our moms this May, we’ve put together a list of 31 of the greatest mom-hacks (i.e. shortcuts) of all time. Related to organizing your life, of course.


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Tired of losing the sippy cup valves? Try using a plastic strawberry basket or two in your dishwasher to keep all those small items together on the top shelf. No more digging in the drain for small items!

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By Alicia Rockmore and Sarah Welch

Easter is one of those holidays that my mom absolutely adored. After a long Lenten season, she loved throwing off the proverbial sackcloth and just reveling in the day’s pure joy.

In an effort to carry on her traditions or in a fit of temporary insanity (not sure which) I agreed to host dinner for our big, crazy family. 20 people. Lord help me. Apparently I forgot I can’t cook!

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We’re all told not judge a book by its cover. But, like it or not, your house definitely doesn’t get the same break. Everyone, from neighbors to friends, dinner party guests, and especially visitors to your open house, will form an impression before they step one foot inside. How, you ask? Things like unkempt flower beds, weeds in the driveway cracks, and peeling paint on the front door might not seem like much, but fix them up, and you’ll go a long way toward making your home seem more welcoming and inviting.

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By Alicia Rockmore and Sarah Welch

What’s your type? No, not tall, dark, and handsome or strong and silent. It’s neat freak vs. total slob. You probably never even thought about it when you were falling for your mate’s puppy dog eyes, but now that you’re living together, it’s probably one of the first things you notice.

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