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Feather: Renting (Really Nice!) Modern Furniture Online Just Got Easier

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Buying furniture can be one of the most stressful, expensive, spreadsheet-ridden activities an adult can undertake. Sure, it’s an amazing luxury to be able to buy furniture (and have somewhere to put it), but it can still be a LOT of work, not to mention commitment. Now, thanks to one company, you can rent stylish pieces from companies like West Elm: all the grownup satisfaction, with a lot less commitment. Keep reading for three reasons renting furniture might work for you, as well as three sample rooms to give you an idea of style options and total costs.

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Posted on Jul 18, 2017

Why Splurge? These Inexpensive AmazonBasics Have 5-Star Ratings

We all have brands that we love and are loyal to, but sometimes a low price (accompanied by positive reviews, of course) can sway you to try something new. AmazonBasics are simple and affordable, like buying the generic brand at the grocery store — essentially the same as the stuff you’re used to, but for a lower price and without the fancy packaging. In many cases, they’re even better than their pricier name-brand counterparts. The ratings don’t lie.

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Posted on Jul 4, 2017

Cause & Effect: Clean This Today to Save Major Money Tomorrow

If you pride yourself on keeping a tidy home, there’s stuff around the house you want to do. Like buying an organizer for the junk drawer. That right there is like a drug to Monica Geller types . But no matter how much you enjoy cleaning up, there are still some chores that are, well, chores.

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Posted on Jun 27, 2017

9 Doable Ways to Use Less Water

Decreasing the amount of water you use at home isn’t just good for the environment—it can be good for your bank account, too. Although research estimates that the average person only needs to use about 20 gallons of water per day, according to United States Geological Survey (USGS ), most individuals are using closer to 80-100 gallons of H2O instead. And considering water bills can average anywhere from $15-$30 every month (and even more in bigger cities), those wasteful numbers aren’t just bad for the Earth—they’re not so great for your monthly budget either.

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Posted on Jun 25, 2017

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