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The Expert’s Guide To Packing, Cleaning, And Storing Your Camping And Hiking Gear
Hiking and camping can be in tents, but rewarding. You get plenty of fresh air, a break from stressful city...
The Boss Guide To Setting Up And Organizing Your Home Office
So you've decided to kiss office life goodbye and work full-time from home. Or maybe you set up a home...
12 Relationship-Saving Ways To Share A Closet With Your Significant Other
It’s hard enough to maintain order in your own closet, let alone one you share with your significant other. After...
15 Things To Get Rid Of For A Decluttered Home
Decluttering your home is a big undertaking. It takes a considerable amount of energy to sort through your stuff to...
10 Brilliant Organizing Tips From Ellen Degeneres, Mindy Kaling, Amy Poehler, And More Of Your Favorite Comedians
We all want to get organized. But sometimes, reading advice from a stuffy expert can get awfully boring. But you...
Featured User: Justin Livingston of Scout Sixteen
Through his popular blog, Scout Sixteen, Justin Livingston helps dudes everywhere up their style game. So the moment we heard that Justin chose MakeSpace to store some of his timeless but seasonal threads, accessories, and household items, we celebrated the only way we saw fit—documenting their beauty in a photograph.
How To Break Up In 2014
It’s 2014; we live on our smartphones, our relationships are as textual as they are physical, and as impersonal as it sounds, people actually break up over gchat. At this point it’s pretty much a cliché to send a breakup text, and in New York City, where no one has a car and apartments are in short supply, dealing with a breakup is especially hard. Here at MakeSpace, we truly want everyone to find love, but we also know that sometimes it’s just not meant to be. That’s why we’re going to teach you how to transition through a breakup in 2014, using the luxuries afforded by modern technology.
Featured User: Chelsa Crowley
Chelsa is New York cool. The young fashionista got her start as a makeup artist before moving in-house at Estée Lauder. At this point, she’s worked for everyone from Calvin Klein to Bobbi Brown cosmetics. Recently, Chelsa began making plans to launch her own beauty brand, so stay tuned!