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Bye Bye Bachelor Pad 10 Items That Will Appear After She Moves In

10 Items That Will Appear After She Moves In

By Caleb McElveen Are You and Your Significant Other Ready to Move In Together? Take the quiz and find out! As a former bachelor (and I say “former” with a smile), I can attest to the fact that a man’s apartment fits most stereotypical assumptions. Though there are exceptions, more »

5 Ways to Prepare For a Long Distance Move

5 Ways to Prepare For a Long Distance Move

By Cait Weingartner, Pretty & Fun Making the decision to move to another state is a really exciting one– the change of location can offer new opportunities, both big and small, as well as a fresh start in many aspects of your life. Unfortunately this exciting time often more »

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Behind The Scenes with the Head Chef & Owner of The Red Hen

By Sarah and Michelle, 52 Thursdays If you are looking to dine at one of the hottest restaurants in all of DC, then look no further. We have found a spot that is far from pretentious, beyond delicious, and is as comforting as our Italian grandmother’s cooking. We sat down with more »

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How To Save over $300 on Your Monthly Expenses

By Lindsay Smith Everybody could do with a little extra cash, whether it’s to build up a savings account or because you’re budgeting for a few major purchases. However, not everyone has the time to get a second job or start dog walking on the weekends, so extra cash is more »

5 Renter-Friendly Chalkboard Paint Ideas

5 Renter-Friendly Chalkboard Paint Ideas

By Kristen Cross, The Frugal Girl Chalkboard paint can make for a fun, easy, customizable, and cheap DIY project, but if you’re renting, odds are good that you can’t just roll chalkboard paint all over a wall. (If you’re allowed, go for it!) But that doesn’t more »

Best place to raise a family- City vs. Suburbs

Best Place to Raise a Family: City vs. Suburbs

By Abby Schmeling There are certainly more than a few debates people have when it come to the topic of raising children. But one of the most prominent for parents has to be choosing whether to bring your children up in a bustling city or a subdued suburb. Some choose the suburbs for more »

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