Dec 6, 2013
Nov 26, 2013
For as long as I can remember I have always been a Hollister Co girl. Whenever I put on my Hollister clothing it always has this magical way of making me feel like I'm near the ocean even when I'm not. All of their clothes are so comfy and cute, and many of their articles of clothing also have a California theme such as a Southern CA city or saying. I love their themes because they usually reflect places I've been to and the clever sayings make their clothing even more creative. Whenever I head into Hollister I always find something new to buy as well -- it's all too tempting!
In fact, there are so many things I want on the Hollister website right now and since Black Friday will soon be here, if you love Hollister as much as I do (how can you not?!) it's time to start planning not only what you will be wearing for the most epic deal of the year (at Hollister on Black Friday, duh!) but what you will be buying on Black Friday as well. Most mall doors open up at 8pm on Thanksgiving night so it's time to get very excited.
Psst...Hollister has not released their Black Friday deals yet, but soon they will so stay tuned! Plus, you better believe their will be HOT lifeguards at the Hollister doors that will entice us to buy even more fab Hollister clothes! Can we say YES, please?! :)
While waiting for Hollister to reveal their Black Friday deals and stay up to date on their latest items, Like Hollister on Facebook, Follow @HollisterCo on Twitter, and Follow @HollisterCo on Instagram!
P.S. you can download the Hollister App so you can unlock the new Black Friday Beach Party Whistle! ;)
For a Black Friday Hollister inspirational laidback 90's outfit, I put together this ensemble below (actually it has two outfits in one). The links to my can't live without Hollister outfits and wish list are below the collage too. What's not to love?!
So what do you plan on wearing for Black Friday
when you head to Hollister and
what items are on your wish list?
Don't forget that Hollister offers some fantastic items that you should put on your wish list now including flannels, sweatshirts, leggings, sweaters, and more. Whether you're at the ocean or headed home to family during the holidays who live in a snowy climate like me, allow Hollister to keep you warm all winter long. I know I will when I'm in California, Arizona, or Utah! ;)
Nov 22, 2013
Hire a ProfessionalIf something seems too good to be true, it probably is. If that price that can’t be beat is featured on a move-in ready home, it’s time to call a professional in order to make sure you’re getting what you think you are. Check the roof, electrical, water heater, plumbing, foundation, and any other major elements of the house. These are far more expensive things to fix than renovating a bathroom or re-flooring an entire home. They are also some of the more difficult elements to detect by simply visiting and touring a house. Invest money into hiring professionals who can give you an honest assessment of the house. It could save you from deep financial hardship in the future.
Consider the WeatherA home may look beautiful and perfect in the spring or summer, but if you live in areas where winters are cold or harsh and are looking to find homes for sale in Michigan, your house may not be as move-in ready as you think it is. Check insulation, the state of the windows and doors, and the roof. Find out how old the heating system is and how efficient it works. Winter is the worst time to regret a housing decision.
Paint and CarpetPaint and carpet are easy and relatively inexpensive fixes. You can hire professionals to come in and do them in a matter of days. Don’t let these elements dissuade you from purchasing a home that has good internal elements. These homes might be more move-in ready than you think they are.
So do your research ahead of time so that you will be prepared when looking for a home. At first glance a home may appear to be move-in ready, but if you make a list and bring it with you while looking at homes you will be more likely to spot other issues that you normally would not spot. Be wise but don’t be too picky – there’s definitely a home that will be move-in ready thanks to your research and new knowledge in housing.
About the Author: Jessica is currently looking for a new house. She thought she would get a head start by doing her research so her ideal home is move-in ready.