• Repeat this: I wanna need less money, not more
• 5 habits that help me save without trying
• How to dress for success on a budget
• 9 simple ways to save and shop smart
• Target gets an early jump on Cyber Monday
• What would you do about the debt?
•10 career lessons from Julia Child
•16 frightening and real flavors of Doritos
•Bad news ladies: those EasyTone shoes will not tone your butt
•Our favorite animals from TV
•10 Movie boyfriends not worth a second chance
•Has Facebook ruined dating?
•Whoa, there was a Disney flashmob wedding proposal
•The best and worst dressed celebrity gay men
Mary Kate and Ashley? Yes, I’m familiar. Elizabeth Olsen? It seems as if EVERYONE is talking about her lately. But what about Trent Olsen? The older brother of the sisters remains a mystery. Was he sold off by the twins for only 50 cents? We thought so, but apparently he ended up being not for sale.
Sweatpants are not meant to be worn in public, ever. Before you even utter the word “comfortable,” bite your tongue. They are unflattering, lazy, and meant to be worn at home. Anything that has the word “sweat” in it should not be worn in public, and that should have been self-explanatory.
Browsing through purses the other day, my eyes fell upon this adorable clutch! I instantly fell in love and knew it needed to be featured on Baggin’ Out. Let me present the Topshop Heart Padded Clutch! If you’re not a lover of all things cute and quirky, this may not be your favorite edition of Baggin’ Out. Considered yourself warned.
I don’t like any mystery when it comes to my food (Is that a hair? No? It’s part of the salad? That’s interesting…), but secret menus from restaurants is something I do like! Ordering becomes a food-themed treasure hunt at these restaurant — from Starbucks’ secret size, to candy-based smoothies at Jamba Juice (sort of hypocritical but I’m not complaining). These 10 restaurants have more to offer than meets the menu-reading-eye!
•Don Draper convinces us to try out the new FB timeline
•Would you play Dungeons and Dragons to meet men?
•If Nic Cage is a vampire, then I guess John Travolta is a time traveler
•Even celebs have those on-again off-again relationships
•Men see kissing as a means to an end
•Game day make up looks that actually look good
•Our favorite blond vampire is now brunet-ish
I know that in my own experience, I find myself constantly thinking of ways to improve my sex life. Even though I’m content, and I know my boyfriend is content, I am always looking for ways to surprise him (ie: what new and exciting place can I give him a BJ?). I choreograph strip teases, write him erotic stories, strategically pick out sexy underwear, surprise sext him, work on my flexibility, and also engage in a few sexy acts that I derive absolutely no enjoyment from (tit-f*cking is the worst, oh god).
Disney took The Lion King out of the vault and re-released it in theaters in 3D, which I’m going to see this Friday! Everyone I know that’s seen it has said it rocked their childhood world. I’m beyond excited, and there are some other childhood favorites that I’d love to watch in 3D as well…
•Best way to wear leopard print shoes
•3 romantic mistakes women make
•You’re hitting on me when I look like this??
•Remember how cute Jonathan Taylor Thomas used to be?
•Can you imagine getting a phone call from Stewie Griffin?
•What happens to the toddlers on ‘Toddlers & Tiaras’ when they get older?
•Who’s the hotter ‘Ides of March’ star?
“What ifs” are the deadliest and one of the most common affliction to present relationships. EVERYONE, and I mean everyone, has “what if” feelings about at least one phantom from their pasts. It’s just the way human beings work. We think about “what ifs” in regards to correcting mistakes we made, or erasing regrets and even as just nagging bits of neuroses reminding us of the issues we’ll never get rid of no matter how much therapy we pay for!
Now, I’m not from an Orthodox family. Mildly conservative might be stretching it even. With each successive generation the devotion to practicing every ritual and attending services every Saturday has diminished. Maybe it’s a sign of the times, maybe we’re just bad Jews, and maybe both. I don’t know. This is just how it is with my family history. But when it comes to the High Holidays, we get our yarmulkes on our heads and our talit on our shoulders.
Skincare is one thing that I find college gals often overlook. I’ll admit it — it’s much more fun to buy colorful makeup than boring, smelly soaps and serums. However, without a proper skincare regimen, your face and skin will never look its best! Dr. Nicholas Perricone is known for high-powered skincare. His newest line, SUPER, harnesses the power of nature’s superfoods to help your skin be its best (and features adorable packaging).