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If you ordered yourself an Apple Watch Sport, you might want to treat it with a little TLC now that reports are coming out that it might not be as durable a device as you think. It turns out the least expensive iteration of the Apple Watch has a bit of a cosmetic issue that could prove to be really annoying when you’re looking at your watch face to see if it’s time for you to get up and walk around after spending hours on the couch in the throes of a Netflix binge.
Toddlers may grow so fast that they need completely new wardrobes every few months (and in some cases weeks), but that’s not stopping fashion-forward parents with a taste for luxury from paying top dollar for designer looks for their little ones. To that end, countless high-end designers have branched out into children’s wear — yes that means Bonpoint is no longer the pinnacle of toddler luxury.
They were a larger style than I would’ve normally picked—but once I put them on, they were NOT coming off.
Pricey shoe repairs are for amateurs. We’re no MacGyver, but if you give us a hair dryer, a jar of petroleum jelly and a pair of pumps, we can hack our way out of just about any shoe dilemma. And guess what? So can you. It doesn’t take boatloads of money or hours of back-breaking tinkering, all you need is a little bit of ingenuity and a whole lot of patience. Ready to take matters into your own hands? Here are 14 super simple shoe hacks that will blow your mind. Satisfaction guaranteed.