I don't understand the aversion by "real readers" to styling bookcases. It's not like the books are being disrespected or ruined - they're beautiful and being used as art. Though turning them the other way is silly and seems you are bothered that your books don't coordinate, so I get that.
Guide to Styling Bookshelves
|7/1/11 4:04 PM|
Careful, you'll create a monster! 2 years ago my parents couldn't figure out how to use an ipod and were stuck on using their ancient flip phones, couldn't understand why anyone would want a smartphone or would want to read on a ereader, etc. Today my 58-60 year old parents have 2 iPads, a Kindle, a Nook Color, a Sony ereader, 2 iPhones, and an iPod touch. Out. Of. Control.
Why My Mom Returned Her Kindle For An iPad
|6/2/11 5:56 PM|
Unplggd sometimes has the weirdest posts that I don't understand the point of. This makes no sense. As faricrazy said, the options aren't just floating a purchase with credit or paying cash.
Why You Shouldn't Buy Tech With Credit
|6/1/11 11:49 AM|
I don't think bathtubs CAN go anywhere. Sure it's a nice luxury to have if you're an adult and I wouldn't want to live without one, but from an actual practical sense...like slm1234 said, how are you supposed to wash a baby/toddler in a shower? Eventually your tiny baby gets too big for a sink, even a big one and having to clean them via shower seems ridiculously awkward and incredibly impractical.
Once Standard Bathroom Fixtures We've Left Behind
|5/25/11 6:09 PM|
I'm finding it entertaining. I like her (on the show) and know her store - I walk by every day on the way to work, it's been there for a while and given the location I have to believe she's doing well for herself even before the show. It does seem to be very staged situations, but I guess I was thinking it was more like Millionaire Matchmaker - the business I assume is legitimate outside the show, but the clients they film are people who were interested in the services to begin with and were then cast. I don't think they're just random rich pregnant women they found shopping in Barneys. Maybe I'm wrong, but it seems like that kind of setup which I think is perfectly fair. You have to have people who are interested in being on tv in order to film a reality show, so I don't have an issue if she's casting from her client list.
Pregnant In Heels
|4/27/11 5:07 PM|