Category Archives: Style

How to Pull Off a Saucy Halloween Costume After Having Kids

When you were younger, you might have loved trying out all the sexy Halloween costumes out there. But now that you’re a little bit older, can you still manage the incredible charm that comes along with those costumes? The good news for you is that you absolutely can — you just need to go about it a little differently. Here’s how. Find a Pre-Halloween Party You probably don’t want to break out the sexy Halloween costume on Halloween unless your kids are only a year or two old. After

How to Make a Small Home Feel Warm and Inviting

Whether you happen to live in an apartment or a house, it can be challenging not to feel boxed in if your humble abode is smaller than you would like. For those who are working hard hours at a stressful job, it can often feel even more stressful to come home to an apartment that feels more like a prison than anything else. The worst part is that a busy schedule does not permit enough free time for drastic home improvement projects. Fortunately, you do not have to resort to time-consuming home

5 Fashion Trends to Look Out for in This Year’s Spring 

With winter around the corner and spring fast approaching, you will need to have all the looks ready for when that nice spring weather hits! We are going to talk about some of the top five fashion trends that you should watch out for this upcoming spring.  Marigold Yellow  Many designers have used this color in the New York Fashion Week. Colors and clothes that are used in this fashion show, are generally what is upcoming and new. This shade is also known as Gen-Z yellow. This color

How‌ ‌to‌ ‌“Marie‌ ‌Kondo”‌ ‌Your‌ ‌Expenses‌

Do all of your outgoings serve a function or “spark joy”? Cult home declutterer, Marie Kondo, recently shot to fame with her philosophy on tidying. We believe that her approach is just as applicable to your finances as it is to your kitchen drawers, so we’ve created a guide to streamlining and sorting out your expenses - Marie Kondo style. Inspired by Wonga’s recent blog on how to stop spending money, this “tidying up” approach to your finances could help you eliminate unnecessary