Ashley Abramson, Apartment Therapy

Ashley Abramson

Apartment Therapy

United Kingdom

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10 Mindless Home Habits that Are Costing You Money

When you’re tightening up your budget, what’s the first thing you do? It makes sense to eliminate big purchases to save money, but the little things can also make a big difference in your spending long-term. → Read More

This Candle Company Just Taught Us a Shopping Trick You’ll Wish You’d Known for Years

When you're testing out scents, you should "reset" your nose after each candle or perfume—essentially, "cleansing the palate." And the best way to deal with olfactory fatigue? Sniff your own (unperfumed) skin. → Read More

11 Propagation Stations (Starting at $6) for People Who Like Free Plants and Beautiful Decor

If you are looking for a cute home for your growing plant babies, we’ve got you. Here are 11 beautiful propagation station finds from Etsy and Amazon for you to choose from. → Read More

10 Quotes That Will Empower You to Declutter Anything

Decluttering doesn’t happen overnight. It’s a process—and often, one that requires equal parts motivation and inspiration.We may not be able to help you magically muster the energy to organize your closet or bring a load of boxes to the thrift store, but these inspiring quotes from design and organization experts may help with sparking the mindset you need to get started.Now, who’s ready for… → Read More

What’s So Great About the SNOO? And Why Does Everyone Want One at Home?

Whether or not you have a baby in your house, you’ve probably heard of the SNOO Smart Sleeper: The ultrasafe (and admittedly, attractive) smart bassinet that helps babies fall and stay asleep by mimicking the rocking movements of a mother’s womb. → Read More

We Found The Perfect Thing to Organize Your Home, Based on Your Enneagram Personality Type

If you’re befuddled by the amount of organizing products out there, your personality might be a good compass to find just the right solution for your lifestyle. To get started, look no further than The Enneagram, a popular personality test based on nine, distinct numbered temperaments. → Read More

You Can Turn Off Those Annoying iPhone Pop-ups With One Click

Screen time is already distracting enough; who needs a distraction within a distraction? Good news: You can easily turn off those annoying pop-up rating prompts with just a few clicks. → Read More

8 Products You Should Try (Under $20!) If You’re Always Losing Things

Losing things isn’t just inconvenient—it can get expensive! Americans spend almost $3 billion annually replacing lost items. The good news is, most losses can be prevented with a little forethought. → Read More

10 Affordable Cleaning Products You Should be Buying at Costco

If you’re a Costco cardholder (or convinced you should be after reading this article) here are some home cleaning items you should definitely be buying at Costco from here on out. → Read More

A Laundry Expert Reveals How to Clean the Top 7 Stains that Happen During the Summer

Why is it that the best things about warmer weather—backyard grill-outs, picnics at the park, sunscreen-slathered beach days—also come with the toughest-to-remove stains? No matter what you’re up to this summer, here’s how to keep your clothes (or beach towel) in tip-top shape. → Read More

Germs at Home: 3 Surprising Cleaning Tips from a Microbiologist

According to one microbiologist, true cleanliness has far less to do with actual dirt and more to do with the infection risk that comes with certain microbes (the scientific term for viruses, fungi, and bacteria). → Read More

6 Cleaning Mistakes that Could Ruin Your Phone (and Other Electronics)

Even with your iPhone’s germ-ridden screen or your laptop’s dusty, grimy keyboard, it's better to be dirty than useless: Some cleaning methods can permanently damage your device (maybe even render it unusable), so you need to know what not to do. → Read More

7 Therapy Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Sessions

Whether you’re currently receiving therapy or simply considering it for the first time, here are some therapists’ best tips for being open, ready, and prepared. → Read More

5 Questions You Need to ask Yourself Before You Buy Power Tools in 2019

The battery-compatibility ecosystem of power tools these days means buying a drill isn’t just buying a drill; you’re committing to an entire universe of tools. Here are a few questions to ask yourself before you choose a power tool brand. → Read More

An Hour-by-Hour Roadmap to Your Most Productive Day Ever

If your daily routine could use a little optimizing, here’s a science-backed template. → Read More

This Airfare Expert Shares His Top 6 Tips Every Bargain Lover Should Know About Air Travel

Traveling on a budget isn’t necessarily easy, but it’s definitely not impossible — especially if you get a little strategic. → Read More

5 Common Myths About Composting at Home (It’s Easier and Less Smelly Than You Think)

Did you know food scraps and yard waste make up nearly a third of what we throw away? Instead of tossing these common items in the garbage so they can accumulate in landfills and release greenhouse gases, it’s much better for the environment to add them to your soil. → Read More

This One-Click Setting Will Instantly Improve Your iPhone Photography

If you want to boost your photo game to the next level, there’s a simple way to take balanced, professional-looking iPhone pics. → Read More

Financial Infidelity Is a Common Relationship Problem—Here’s How to Deal With It

It’s no secret that money can be a major stressor in any relationship. You’ve probably heard that a third of American couples say they experience major disagreements about finances. → Read More

If You Love to Hate Goop, We Found Your Next Book

Gabrielle Moss’ Glop is a hilarious, satirical take on Paltrow’s woo-woo wellness dynasty. → Read More