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Add to cart with all your groceries.Originally Appeared on Glamour
At the very least, it's soothing. At it's best, it's an achievable ethos to organizing that could change your life.
What's spookier than this year? Well, nothing — but having to give up your favorite comfort shows and movies probably ranks somewhere high on the list. Now that we've reached October, we know that this month always comes both tricks and treats. The treat: Netflix has a heap of delicious new titles for you to burrow yourself into as we get into the full swing of fall. The trick: The streaming service is taking off a number of beloved TV series and films that you'll have to find elsewhere. The most devastating loss will undoubtedly be the hit NBC comedy Parks & Recreation, which is a great show to binge for the first time, and even better to binge for the third or fourth. As for movies, a handful of fun romantic comedies and more general Thirsty Films are getting the axe, namely The Ugly Truth, Magic Mike, Just Friends, Sleepless In Seattle, and Burlesque. There's also the 2010 live-action adaptation of the classic anime series The Last Airbender. The animation TV series that tells the same story, saw a recent resurgence in popularity — likely because of its bevy of soothing messages and fantastical adventures that are easy to get lost in. Ahead, see which other titles are leaving Netflix in October. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
It has over 17,000 five-star reviews.
"Ratched," which stars Sarah Paulson, tops the list.
There are more celebrity and influencer beauty brands launching, but here's a list of some of the ones that are already available to shop.
As a shopping editor, I constantly get asked, "So, what's actually worth buying?" It's no secret that as editors, we have cool jobs where we get to preview the latest products and hottest launches. Of all the fun things out there, each editor has their own favorite picks and brands they love to follow. To answer the question everyone asks, I decided to start rounding up our top picks that we covet and actually buy for every season. This fall, we're ready to get cozy at home and shop for fun fashion pieces. Ahead, I rounded up my top choices and also enlisted the help of our many editors to share what they're daydreaming about right now. These products include a mix of finds that we've already tested and loved, as well as things we currently have on our wish list. Whether you're on your own hunt for new slippers, chic home decor, or a fall-ready dress, there's no shortage of good finds here. Keep reading to shop our 52 hottest must haves of the season that will inspire you to invest in a little something new, too. Related: Our Editors Have Tested a Lot of Products, but These Are Their Favorites For September
Proceeds from the sale of each item included are donated to organizations that work to increase participation in every election or to political campaigns.
Woman's Day spoke to professional organizers to learn how to keep your house clean for more than a day. From Woman's Day
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Jackie is taking you to the best ice cream shops in Los Angeles and giving each a rating from 1 to 10.
When Netflix released season one of Get Organized with The Home Edit a couple of weeks ago, we binged the all eight episodes in a single weekend. Considering our jewelry collection is currently strewn across the top of our dresser, we could definitely use a chic storage solution like that. The House of Hampton Stackable Jewelry Box looks just like the one our favorite professional organizers used—but it’s way more affordable.
100 percent of the profits earned from this T-shirt that "highlights Black life," designed by African-American artist Malcolm Jones, will be donated to the National Urban League.
Only one officer has been charged (for "wanton endangerment") related to her death.
More than 25,000 products on its website are now labeled as "Climate Pledge Friendly."