Tan or neutral-colored heels will make your legs look longer. Plus, they are super-cute year-round.
Nervous about tomorrow’s meeting? Take a few minutes to visualize your success, go to sleep early and have a light breakfast. You’ll be relaxed if you are prepared mentally and physically.
Strut your stuff! When prepping for a night out, don’t be shy about highlighting your favorite feature. When you feel pretty, you act natural -- not self-conscious.
Let the sunshine in! Open your blinds or curtains during the day for heat and light. Close them at night to keep warm, or open your windows for the nighttime breeze.
If you have a problem opening jars, use latex dishwashing gloves. They give a non-slip grip that makes opening jars easy.
Store all your shoes in plastic bins and either write a description or stick a small picture on the cover to help you quickly get ready in the morning.
Laundry day cutting into fun time? Presort your laundry. Keep three different laundry bags: light, dark and delicates.
Save time on your monthly deep-cleaning of common areas by following a Monday/Wednesday/Saturday routine: Put things back where they belong and always vacuum after you dust.
Save yourself from dish pileup and washing time by making sure the set you have in your cupboard is only enough for the number of people in your house.
Find dry-cleaning, tailoring and shoe repair shops close to your office so you can drop things off and pick them up quickly at lunch or during your commute.
Coffee trips slowing down your commute? Buy a thermos and coffeemaker with a timer. Set it up the night before and you’re out the door -- with no extra stops.
To save time and money, buy separates that can be worn in more than one season. Think of how you can layer spring and summer clothes in fall and winter.
Hard time choosing what to wear? Purge your closet every season and remember the rule: Item in, item out. The less extra stuff you have, the easier it is to get ready.
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