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Together we can help Australia

I’ve spent the past few weeks trying to come up with a way we can continue to support and help Australia. The bushfires are STILL happening, even if they have become a bit quiet in the US media lately. Personally, I donated to the NSW fire brigade a few weeks ago, but it hardly feels like enough. I chose them first and foremost, as supporting the men and women working to fight the fires was what felt the most important to me. I do think it's important to keep talking about the fires, and increasing awareness of the ramifications of this disaster - as well as the other ways climate change is plaguing our earth. Photo/Post credit to Oliver Jeffers...

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How to Find your Jean Size

Here's a quick and easy step-by-step guide of how to measure and determine your jean size so you'll feel 100% confident online shopping for vintage jeans and/or pants! It's really simple - and once you have your measurements down, keep them in your phone notes, and you'll find yourself snapping up vintage threads with ease. Step One - Locate and find your very favorite pair of pants - or pants that fit you the BEST. Step Two - Grab a measuring tape ( anything works from construction measuring tapes, to yardsticks, or finding a soft measuring tape at your local craft store) Step Three - Measure! Make sure you write down the numbers in a safe place so you can...

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3 ways to remove that "Thrift Store" smell

We all know that infamous "second-hand" store smell, or that musty "been in the downstairs basement for 3 decades" musk - amiright? I'm highly sensitive to smells, and am obsessed with my clothes smelling as fresh as possible. I do my very best to launder, wash, dry-clean and remove any musk from my items before re-selling to you - and I'd love to share my top three tips to removing any suspicious odors! 1. Vinegar - this is a classic and friendly way to remove odors from your clothing. I just pour in a few tablespoons to the "pre-wash" section of my washing machine, and let the wash do the rest! I go for the Distilled White Vinegar - something...

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