Fashion Girls Everywhere Are Wearing This $3 Item at Home

Jene J. Long

Back in November, we covered the rise of hero socks, which quickly became the centerpiece of many stylish outfits. Fast forward to spring, and amidst circumstances that have many of us staying at home, we’ve noticed many Instagram posts featuring cozy socks. This makes perfect sense (all the better to pad around the house in, right?). But upon closer inspection, we realized there was a clear preference for one sock brand, in particular: Nike.

With its socks at such an affordable price point, we couldn’t help but call out that Nike has the fashion crowd’s ringing endorsement. We think the popularity has something to do with the particular retro flavor of loungewear that has been bubbling since the beginning of the year.

Throwback sweatsuits with the kind of sweatpants that bunch around the ankle have been trending since January, and as our Managing Editor Kristen Nichols demonstrated,

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products to repair and protect your nails

Jene J. Long

While a return to the new normal may be in our sights with schools and shops reopening soon, it is still unclear when salons will finally open their doors or how they will adhere to social distancing.

For the past few months, we have been unable to visit our favourite nail technicians, which has given us the perfect opportunity to take a break from our regular gels or acrylics and treat our nails to some TLC. But it hasn’t been easy. With the constant washing of our hands and use of hand sanitiser, our nails have been progressively weakened. Ageing and biting can also play a part in making them more brittle.

But there are ways to stop damage in its tracks and leave you with healthier, stronger nails by the time lockdown is over. From drinking water to a vitamin and mineral-packed diet, your lifestyle can help improve their

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Start a side hustle from home with the help of this online class sale

Jene J. Long

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Some people balk at the idea of freelancing, thinking it’s stressful and unreliable. But many freelancers actually earn more than 9-to-5 workers. At the very least, most rake in more dollars per hour compared to 70% of workers in the overall U.S. economy. Seriously. Freelancing doesn’t sound so bad now, does it?

Either way, now that we live in a time when job security is scarce, you may want to at least look into starting a freelance

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Unemployed because of coronavirus? How to make money from home right away

Jene J. Long

If you know your way around a sewing machine, can quick-fix a washer/dryer, fridge, boat or car, have an eye for antiques or possess some other random – even quirky – expertise, you could make sell your house fast jacksonville tens of thousands of dollars working from home within the next month or two. True story.

Unemployment rates are at the highest peak in decades, and 1 of 6 people in America are out of work. Families are trying to figure out how to survive the pandemic and look for a new job. Here’s something very few of the newly unemployed realize: There’s work out there. A lot of it. And it might be just a few clicks away.

Shopping reinvented: America’s stores, malls reopen with masks, curbside pickup and closed fitting rooms

Wearables as first line of defense? Tests expand on whether Fitbit, Apple Watch could predict coronavirus

In-demand

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