And it's far more often than we thought...
Spring cleaning just got a whole lot easier.
Sorry, your granddaughter doesn't want your doll collection.
Impulse shopping, right this way.
Tips, hacks, and strategies for a put-together home.
These ideas are functional and stylish.
So drop the sponge and hand it to your child — tonight!
Author Rachel Hoffman breaks down why it's so important.
Cluttered shelves, be gone.
#1 is an extremely important tip.
Our resident cleaning expert explains how remove red-wine and wax stains and perk up anything that's yellowed.
Bad news, lily lovers.
Every other part of your house is impeccably styled — why skimp here?
The Smartduvet is every lazy person's dream come true.
Your bed is a germy wasteland.
Dare we say this is the ultimate hostess gift?
Let us ask: How does your soap dish look?
A handy flowchart will tell you if you're a knowledge clutterer, a sentimental clutterer or perhaps a behind-closed-doors-clutterer.
Sadly, loofahs should never see their one-month birthday.
Hear that? It's the patriarchy talking.
One Manhattan couple wants to take the hassle out of moving.
Sorry, but those old books you've already read have got to go.
Because nothing is worse than feeling bummed out in your own house.
And you thought that $10,000 toy was garbage.
We're guilty of doing all of them, are you?
Nah, don't bother making your bed today.
Use the same tips to make your powder room sparkle.
Sometimes the things you own don't create a "spark of joy." And that's okay.
It's pretty fascinating to watch, too.