Puppy Love: Fur-Resistant Fabrics For When You Doze With Your Dog

In a recent survey, it was found that up to 65% of pet owners allow their animals to sleep in their bed with them. While having your pet close by as you sleep may bring a sense of security, it's not so great for your bedding. Most of these pet owners are constantly trying to find a way to get all the fur off of their comforters. It's a never-ending battle, but apparently it's worth it. [Read More]

Want To Switch From A Real Cigarette To An Electronic Version? Here Is What To Look For

Electronic cigarettes are growing in popularity among smoking consumers. Unlike a 'normal' cigarette that produces thousands of chemicals when smoked and can pollute the air, an electronic cigarette emits only harmless vapor when a person uses it. An electronic cigarette still allows a person to feel the effects of smoking and gives them the nicotine they crave without the smelly, offensive smoke. For this reason, many people are turning to the 'e-cig' when considering alternative smoking means so they can smoke with leisure anywhere they want without offending people around them or putting the environment at risk. [Read More]

Jewelry Pieces And Accessories For Your Pinup Wardrobe

The 1950s era will always be remembered for the pinup girls that it created. Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield, and Betty Paige inspired the look of pin ups, with flouncy dresses, lace accessories, and complimentary jewelry. Though it is no longer the 1950s, the pin up style has flourished, with many women using pin up dress in their everyday life or for special occasions. If you prefer 1950s pin up style dresses, consider a few accessories and jewelry pieces that you should add to your collection. [Read More]

Buying Used Musical Instruments: What To Watch Out For

Buying a musical instrument for school or pleasure can be expensive. Many people choose to buy used instruments, including guitars, pianos, clarinets, and even trumpets to help offset the cost. Before you buy any instrument used, make sure you are getting something worth buying. Here are things to look out for when buying used musical instruments. Major dents, scratches, or missing pieces Most used musical instruments will have some cosmetic flaws, including worn out parts in the finish where fingers have rubbed away an instrument's shine. [Read More]