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    R.J. Graziano Jewelry at HSN: Adventures in Home Shopping

    It still takes a little getting used to—well-known designers hawking their wares on the Home Shopping Network. It’s not that we’re not grateful, however—designer goods, in our price range, and as close as the click of a mouse. Fantastic. And it’s not just clothing, but accessories too. Reeling in some quality fashion jewelry has been [...] Read More

    January 23, 2008 by Angela

  • Go Green on a Budget Guide

    Get the Dirt on Organic Farming: Organic Food

    If you want to know more about where your organic food comes from and how it’s treated, here’s a chance to get the dirt – literally. World-Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF), an international organization that helps link volunteers with organic farms, can help you get in touch with your food. WWOOF-USA lists more than [...] Read More

    January 23, 2008 by TBF

  • Fashion + Style

    The Look for Less: A Taste of India

    If you’d like to incorporate the rich colors and textures of India without the expensive plane ticket then check out the site An Indian Summer Bazaar. It features unique and original Indian art at very reasonable prices. The Madhubani painting above is selling for only $20. Hurry. When we say one-of-a-kind, we mean it. There [...] Read More

    January 23, 2008 by LyzL

  • The Gray Boot: High Vs. Low

    We all know by now that gray is the go-to neutral of the season—quite frankly, even we’re tired of hearing ourselves say it. Regardless, the current hot way to wear it (as evidenced by these celebs on InStyle.com) is in boot form. Here, we’ve picked two pairs of knee-high suede flat styles—one is both stylish [...] Read More

    January 23, 2008 by Angela

  • Fashion + Style

    DIY: Fridge Scrabble

    Over at Craftster.org, one of the crafty members made a refrigerator scrabble board by taking her Scrabble board to the copy shop and color copying it and laminating it. She affixed magnets (you can find magnet tape at your local craft store between $2 and $3 for a roll) to the backs of the letters. [...] Read More

    January 23, 2008 by LyzL