Is this your closet? The Average Woman Has 103 Things in Her Closet, and Never Wears Most of Them

Is this your closet? The Average Woman Has 103 Things in Her Closet, and Never Wears Most of Them

The Average Woman Has 103 Things in Her Closet, and Never Wears Most of Them

Whats in your closet?

Most women own a ton of clothes. But that doesn’t mean they actually wear them.

A new survey found the average woman has 103 things in her closet. BUT . . .

  1. She thinks 33% are too tight.
  2. 24% are too loose.
  3. She just flat out HATES 21% of them.
  4. And 12% are brand new with the tags still on.
  5. That only leaves 10% that she actually likes and wears . . . about 10 or 11 things. Out of A HUNDRED AND THREE things.

But that’s not all. The survey also found 47% of women say they struggle picking out what to wear to work, and 10% feel DEPRESSED when they open their closet.

(The survey didn’t look into men’s closets.)

(Daily Mail)

Halloween Safety Tips for Your Pets

Halloween Safety Tips for Your Pets

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While you’re worried about your kids running around on Halloween, it’s easy to forget about your PETS. So here are four safety tips from the ASPCA.

1. Don’t let them get into the candy, because chocolate is toxic for dogs. If they eat one bite-size candy bar, they’ll probably be fine, because milk chocolate isn’t that bad for them. Dark chocolate is more dangerous though.

2. Don’t put real candles in your jack-o-lanterns. They’re easy to knock over, which can start a fire. So if you have dogs or cats, use fake candles with batteries.

3. Don’t MAKE them wear a costume. Some dogs don’t seem to mind it. But if yours HATES it, don’t force it on them. And almost ALL cats hate it.

Also, make sure it’s loose enough so they can breathe. And it shouldn’t have any dangling parts they could chew off and choke on.

4. Put them in a bedroom and close the door. Especially during peak trick-or-treating hours, so they don’t run outside. And make sure they’re wearing their collar, just in case they DO get out.

Worst-case scenario, they could BITE someone . . . even if your dog is fine with people, having a hundred strangers come to the door in a single night can be stressful.