Anyone who thinks mothers are hard to shop for clearly doesn’t have a mom who rides. We’re easy—if you can’t offer us a responsibility-free Mother’s Day out on a bike, you can always buy some cycling gear to get us pumped for the next big ride. Of course, a new bike would be our first choice, but we get it if that’s not in the budget this year. If you’re still looking for some last-minute ideas for Mother’s Day coming up this Sunday, May 10, here are 20 great gift ideas for the next best thing.
Safe, affordable housing is more important than ever, but we remain in the grips of a protracted global shortage. In 32 major cities around the world, housing prices grew an average of 24 percent over the last five years, while income grew by only eight percent over the same period. Neither governments nor the private sector have come up with real solutions yet, and most new housing is priced to attract upscale buyers and renters rather than middle and working class people.
Now, with the global coronavirus pandemic affecting construction, there’s a real need for creative, innovative ideas. One proposal
If it feels like you never have enough storage or counter space in the kitchen, imagine how frustrated you’d be if your job depended on it and your space was lacking? Anna Barnett, cook, author, and food blogger, has turned her passion for food into a bustling career, and a recent renovation made her kitchen workflow even better.
“When we moved into our apartment, the kitchen was tucked in a small dark corner and there was hardly any countertop space, which was problematic when cooking for just ourselves,
Welcome to #Adulting, the ultimate breakdown for all your grown-up needs. These articles are here to help you feel less alone and answer all your personal, financial, and career questions that weren’t answered in school (no judgement, we get it!). Whether you’re looking to find out how to tackle laundry or you want a deep breakdown on how to make a savings plan—we’ve got you covered. Come back every week to find out what life skills we’re upgrading next and how.
There are definitely pros and cons to living in a studio apartment. The space is entirely yours,
Welcome to Second Life, a podcast spotlighting successful women who’ve made major career changes—and fearlessly mastered the pivot. Hosted by Hillary Kerr, co-founder and chief content officer at Who What Wear, each episode will give you a direct line to women who are game changers in their fields. Subscribe to Second Life on iTunes, and stay tuned.
Designer, artist, and best-selling author Justina Blakeney has established a career built on the foundation of self-expression. Known for her unique style full of color, pattern, and a passion for plants, Blakeney believes decorating is about feeling free, having fun, and