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Bring all of your once-white shirts back with this simple solution!
Ever notice how short of a lifespan white tops seem to have? They never quite manage to stay white! Honestly, I usually don't realize it until I pair them with another, noticeably less dingy article of light colored clothing and see the startling, embarrassing contrast.
Since white camisoles are a staple in my wardrobe, I've spent many a morning staring at my reflection in the mirror hoping that I can trick people into thinking that my shirt is not so much faded but intentionally gray… and that the coffee stains are, uh, tie-dye accents?
Since no one seems to be falling for this, I finally let my roommate talk me into trying the miracle DIY solution she found on Pinterest that she swears is capable of restoring even the dullest tanks to their formally bright white selves.
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Use these tips for holiday shopping this year and you might have enough left over for some self-gifting!You know you have to limit your holiday spending, but you want to be generous with gifts. After all, it's a good chance to show the people you love how much you care. Even if that perfect gift costs more than you can afford, you think, What the heck, it's the holidays, right? Then, you suffer shopper's remorse when the bills come rolling in. This year, prevent a spending hangover before it starts. These smart moves can help you save and still get into the spirit.Read More »from 7 Secrets to Smart Holiday Shopping
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Create a master list. With a few exceptions, the people you give gifts to will be the same from year to year. So keep a master list and make changes to it every Labor Day for the holiday season that year.
Make and use a gift list. Slip the list in your purse and refer to it often. You'll be ready to snap up bargains without panic buying.
Group your gifts. Decide on your total shopping budget for the season. Group people by category: