Chances are you forgot about these items.
You have your toothbrush and your hottest bikini, so what's missing from your packing list?
I've found 8 essential pieces for your spring break getaways. Whether you'll be lounging on the beach all day or going out at night, I've found a few looks that are perfect enough for every situation.
Weekends away are a great, if not short, escape from reality. But packing for them, without overpacking can sometimes be a little stressful. Luckily for you, I'll pulled together a style guide to help you out.
For the past two weeks, I’ve been running around like a chicken with its head cut off trying to prepare...
This year I am packing smart and I'm here to help you do the same. Below, four outfit ideas (Thanksgiving Day, Thanksgiving Dinner, Black Wednesday and Black Friday) that allow you to mix and match as little clothing as possible to get you through the glorious holiday weekend.
With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, you're probably busy scheduling in every second of your break - a reunion with your high school pals, obligatory family time, and Black Friday madness -- without giving much thought to what you're going to pack. Why should you plan out your packing now? Because unless you are driving home alone, chances are you have limited packing room.
It's that time of year again. Yep, the time when suddenly it's the end of August and you are stuck on your bed staring at all of shiz you need to pack into boxes for another successful (and sometimes difficult) year in college. You get slightly excited for another year to pummel you in the face with good times and countless hours in the lib. Can you feel it?
It’s been raining nonstop since my graduation. Is the weather trying to tell me something? Maybe, but I’ve been too busy to notice. Although I have spent the last four years reading, writing, Facebook stalking, attending classes in my pajamas, and dancing on dirty frat house floors (all taxing activities in their own ways), I have to say – this past week has been incredibly busy and I’ve only been doing one thing: packing!
Spring semester is winding down, and when we're stuck in the library for 24 hours at a time with our eyes glued to a textbook and an energy drink surgically attached to our hands, it's easy to count down to seconds until summer vacation. But as we all know, life back at home can be a drag an adjustment.
It’s that time of year again: back to (freaking) school! Ok, so not quite yet; technically, you can’t move into your place for another week or two, but you’re so excited to get back to campus that you’ve started to prepare a bit early.
I will admit it, I know nothing about moving, especially to a city. I've lived the last 18 years of my life in a small town in Northern Ontario, where my parents took care of my every need. I was happy, I was comfortable, and best of all, I knew my way around. The only time I had ever moved was when I was 2 years old, when we moved across the street (really)...