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Sara’s simple vitamin regimen

Sara Lov is one of those gals that is kinda amazing at just about everything (she’s also a killer story teller to boot). So when the Bneato Bar crew rolled up to her house to lend a hand in her adorable kitchen where she makes Lov Snacks, we all noticed her vitamin storage / regimen combo action (so […]

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4 Do’s & Don’ts for getting better sleep

It’s a commonly known fact that adults between 19-55 years old need about 8 hours of sleep every night. It’s less known that sleep deprivation causes 20% of all car accidents, increases chance of depression ten-fold, and is even correlated to weight gain (source). But regardless of all the facts and figures, we know deep […]

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saving space (and more) with a paperless lifestyle

We’re kicking off today by talking about how to save space by going paperless. This post isn’t the end-all-be-all of going paperless (we’d need to write a whole lot more than one blog if it we wanted to create that) but if you haven’t considered going paperless before, this is a good jumping off post […]

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Mementos

mementos: 6 ways to deal with them right now

memento |məˈmenˌtō|noun (pl. mementos or mementoes) an object kept as a reminder or souvenir of a person or event: you can purchase a memento of your visit. The definition of memento gives us an important reminder–if you can’t actually remember what the souvenir was from or what it was supposed to represent, by all means–donate it. But […]

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SummerTravelTips

unpacking from a summer of travel

I hope for all of you that a summer of traveling meant long, luxurious days basking in the sun on a remote island, sipping martinis while being massaged by Ryan Gossling. For most of us however, the marker for a great summer vacay is everyone home in one piece. You’ve battled the security lines and […]

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ActiveFileFolders

your office won’t survive without this…

Imagine your home and office with only clear desktops and counters, and NO paper piles gathering dust. Doesn’t that sound marvelous? Sure, most of us have a filing cabinet of some sort where we archive long-term paperwork, but what about fresh off the press items? Mail, bills, memos, ongoing projects… there is a lot of paperwork to juggle on […]

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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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Garage

what’s your garage mantra?

Ah. The garage. I like to think of the garage as one big closet (at least in Los Angeles). You see, it’s rare that folks in SoCal use their garage to park their car. I like to think that it’s because the weather is fabulous most of the year so our automobiles don’t need the extra […]

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weddingregistry

the great wedding debate: where and what to register for

Until I got engaged, I had no idea how much pressure there was around the couples wedding registry. First of all, you have to actually think about where you’re going to register (yes, this is very important). Believe me, there are entire blog posts devoted to telling the bride and groom where not to register. […]

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SharingCloset

how to share a closet with your main squeeze

I can remember being pretty stoked when Adam (my beau) wanted to move in together. I was excited to say goodbye to roommates and hello to my soul mate. Not that my roommate wasn’t great but it’s just different. With Adam, I get to share everything, walk around the house in the buff (if I want) […]

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