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aren’t you ready to feel so much better?

I freaking love this time of year. As someone that is usually pretty good about being decluttered and efficient, Fall almost feels like a fresher start to me than the New Year. I know, it’s crazy talk but January is so darn depressing to me so it’s hard to get excited about New Year’s Resolutions […]

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Unplugging From Digital Life

the magic of unplugging from your digital life

What do you do first thing in the morning? Stretch like a ballerina? Open your blinds and look up at that fresh new sunlight? Sing a song to the birds? Let’s get real, most of us do the same thing first thing in the morning. We reach over to our bedside table, grab our phones, […]

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balance

creating balance by scheduling your to-do list

With summer’s end rapidly approaching, and one more holiday on the horizon, I’d like to take this opportunity to talk about creating balance by scheduling your to-do list. Whether you’re a go-getter, always on the move, or more low-key, and home bound, it’s quite common to get overwhelmed this time of year. With kids rushing […]

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vintage summer

summer clutter and our emotional attachment to it

Friends, as much as we might hate to admit it, summer is coming to a close. While that statement is less of a deal when you live in sunny Los Angeles, acknowledging little milestones during the year is also a good opportunity to take an inventory of your stuff and declutter. We use that word — […]

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music as motivator

music is a helluva motivator

For those of you with a keen eye or a fantastic memory, you might have known that the topic of this post also happens to be one of our core beliefs at Bneato Bar. Aside from those really cheesy awesome workout instructors, there’s nothing better than a good set of tunes to get your feet moving […]

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TrafficJam

bring it on August!

For the most part, each month goes quicker than the last (which is apparently what happens as you get older). But sometimes life seems to stand still. Some easy examples are sitting in Los Angeles traffic or waiting at the doctor’s office. In those moments, there is so much anxiety about what is not happening (like […]

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Prepping Your Car For Peace of Mind

Here in Los Angeles we spend a lot of time in our cars. With Angelino’s spending an average of 60 hours a year in their car, these little automotive machines have become our second homes. During traffic jams or between appointments, my car has seen a whole lot of meals, dance parties and naps. With […]

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wedding diy

the one big idea to save your sanity when planning a wedding

A few weeks ago, I was taking a trip to the East Coast for a friend’s wedding. My husband and I landed in Boston and we carpooled to a lovely resort in Vermont with another couple – let’s call them Peter and Mary – who are dear friends of ours. The drive to Vermont was […]

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Kitchen

roommates: making it work when sharing a kitchen

I’ve always had a roommate. Regardless of with whom I’ve lived, I’ve noticed that there is one thing that holds true: the kitchen is the hotspot. By hotspot, I don’t mean a trendy, overpriced bar that everyone goes to only to leave unsatisfied and penniless two hours later. Nope, I’m talking about the hotspot for clutter, […]

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moving with brains

helping your friends move with brawn AND brains

The internet holds no shortage of tips & lists to manage a move for your own apartment or house, but statistically speaking, it’s more likely you know more people who need an extra set of hands then you find yourself packing up your own life. Offering to help a friend or family member move is […]

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