I think it depends! Right now, for me, I'm not buying super quality things. I graduated college less than a year ago, and while I have a fantastic job and can afford really nice things, I don't see the point. I'm unmarried and living in an apartment. I plan to get married and buy a house in the next 5-7 years. I don't know what my design asthetic will be then, but I need furniture now. So I went mid quality and went to Rooms to Go. I bought a few pieces I needed (bedroom set, couch) that cost me a few thousand, so it will last a while but not forever. But when I do buy a house, I will want to buy more quality pieces that reflect my more mature decorating sense and lifestyle.
Should You Splurge or Save on a Sofa?
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I precook all of my lunches for the week, which usually involves chicken. I find that cooking it in a lot of moisture, as well as cutting it into smaller pieces help keep it moist. I also reheat in the microwave, with a damp paper towel on top, which helps keep moisture in the chicken (kind of like what you do when you reheat rice). Hope it helps!
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Cut some plywood slightly larger than your poster, stain it, and affix the poster to that!
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I've heard to NEVER use your oven's self cleaning option. It takes years off the oven's life! (from a Maytag repairman, I believe)
When Not to Use Self-Clean on Your Oven
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I've had the phone a little over a week now, and I haven't had a heating problem. Battery leaves some to be desired, but still much better than my boyfriends SII. Also, I just got a Candyshell by Speck and its great if anyone is looking for a cover. :)
Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts:
Samsung Galaxy S III Tech Test Lab Review
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