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It's one thing to vow to switch up your daily outfits, but it's a whole different beast to want to change things up in your apartment. Because, let's face it, a true "cheap home makeover" is rare — especially when you and Liberace wouldn't see eye to eye on the definition of cheap.
At the end of the day, furniture and decor are just plain expensive. But, there are some very clever ways that you can make whatever cash you're working with go a long way — and that certainly helps if you're starting out with a basic-blah-style, renter-standard apartment with as much built-in character as a cardboard box. In the pages ahead, we address five common decor woes and devise high-impact solutions for each at three very different price points. So, now you can feel like you're breathing new life into a dull space, whether you've got $20 or $2,000.
More women than ever before are traveling the world, according to Paula Froelich, the editor-in-chief of Yahoo Travel and founder of the women’s travel site A Broad Abroad. Froelich notes that 65% of adventure-travel bookings at TourRadar.com are now women. Today's travelers, says Brian Kelly, known in travel read
From her surprise single featuring Paul McCartney to her everyday attire that includes actual haute couture, Rihanna is the kind of girl who likes to make jaws drop. She did just that last night while dining at Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica. She went pants-less — because who has time for trousers? — in a baggy read