3 Ways to organize your entryway
The entryway is the first thing you see when you walk in, it sets the tone for the whole house. Create a “Drop Zone”Like I mentioned, the first thing I do when I walk in is drop everything, and that is a habit not likely to change. Sections of the drop zone can include things like keys, mail, masks, and maybe seasonal items like sunglasses or hats and gloves. AdConsider who can reach whatIf you have kids living at your house, they are going to be able to reach different things than you are. Put things you need and grab often at around shoulder height, easy to grasp.
Experts share advice for selling old items you no longer use
DETROIT – If you’ve spent some time organizing and decluttering your home you’re probably wondering what to do with all that stuff you’ve cleaned out. Experts have said that there are ways to make money from the things you no longer need. Some of the best-selling items in your home are old toasters, coffee makers and mixers. Other options are clothes you don’t wear, toys your children don’t play with, maybe older electronics. There are sites like Poshmark, eBay and Facebook marketplace where you can sell items.
15 surprising things you can buy with your leftover FSA dollars
But general tooth-health products, such as toothbrushes, toothpaste and floss, are not usually not eligible to purchase with FSA funds. This is a new (but long overdue) category of eligible products this year thanks to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act. If you're trying to quit smoking, you can use your FSA funds toward nicotine gum, patches, lozenges, inhalers and nasal sprays. Another perk of the CARES Act, over-the-counter meds such as allergy relief drugs, heartburn aids and pain relievers are all eligible FSA purchases now. You can also use your FSA funds on birth control, but keep in mind that you'll need a current prescription.cnbc.com