To celebrate fresh starts, we took a look at a few stats across the U.S. and in some of our largest cities and neighborhoods to see how you’ve really been tasking.
Moving can be very exciting. It marks the start of a new chapter full of fun and exciting possibilities. That said it can also be a bit overwhelming. Did you know that moving happens to be one of the life events that people find most stressful? A big part of that is the process of packing up your entire home and getting it ready to move. If you’re gearing up for a move you may be wondering, how do I take the stress and anxiety out of this process? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve pulled together a list of tips and tricks to make downsizing before your move a bit more organized and a lot less stressful. First thing’s first. You should know that Moving Day will creep up on you fast, so it’s best to get organized ahead of time. Create a timeline and map out what you need to accomplish before moving day. This will help you stay on top of what to get done and ensure that nothing gets overlooked. …
Has your wanderlust about traveling to exotic places morphed into more practical fantasies about how to uplevel your home storage systems? If this sounds like you, get excited because Organization tasks are a ticket to your dream destination! We want to help you think through how you can make the most of an Organization task–anywhere you need it in your home. Start somewhere (you can’t boil the ocean!) Taskers offer a wide range of skills to support your Organization goals. For instance, Tasker Susan H. can provide organization, interior design, furniture assembly, and mounting/installation skills. She told us, “I can determine a client’s needs, how to organize the process, choose and purchase solutions for it, install things like shelving and closet systems, assemble furniture solutions, and arrange it all in a way that is visually appealing. I’m a one stop shop.” So: you need all the help? We get it, and we totally understand if your needs feel overwhelming. Here are the most common starting points: Closets Purge Fold Hang Help make seasonal wardrobe shifts …
While color therapy is not an exact science, we’ve assembled the colors that are typically associated with bedrooms, and the vibes that you can get with a fresh coat of paint.
Here’s what you need to know about picking out the perfect window treatments–and getting them installed.
Is it your year to finally attempt that dream gallery wall yourself? Here’s what your home has in store for you this year, according to your horoscope.
Labor Day weekend is the traditional “end of summer” moment–when we try to get in all of our swimming, sunning, and summer funning before the first leaf turns crisp and tumbles from the tree.
For a lot of us, the best kind of home decor is the kind that is both functional and fabulous. From a home office that doubles as a playroom to a living room that doubles as a bedroom, there is no reason a room can’t meet two of your needs, instead of just one. Whether you have a spare room or a small apartment, these tips will help you create a room that works for you and is capable of doing double duty. 1. Combine ideas that work best together in your space When thinking through which types of ideas you want to merge together consider the space you are working with and whether or not the ideas are compatible. A bedroom/kitchen? Probably not the best idea, unless you want your sheets smelling like your dinner. Some classic examples of ideas that work together include: bedroom/living room dining room/home office guest bedroom/playroom bedroom/gym The goal is to combine ideas that function well together in terms of aesthetics, space, and functionality. 2. Prioritize the main function …
With Tax Day approaching, there’s a tax refund at the end of the tunnel. One worthwhile way to spend it? On upgrades to your living space. Try these four projects to feel refreshed for spring and ready for another tax year ahead.
Forget bouquets of roses and candlelit dinners — we asked Taskers to share the strangest thing they’ve ever helped people do in the name of love.