Money Receiptables In Real Simple Magazine Organizing The Small Stuff

If you’re a Real Simple fan (much like us), be sure to check out “The Guide” section, featuring our Money Receiptables in their June issue, on newsstands now! It’s their “Organizing the Small Stuff” issue, and one you probably won’t want to miss out on. People overuse the cliché, “don’t sweat the small stuff,” as if it’s oh-so easy. But …

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Which KK Product Did Pee-wee Herman Call A “Must-Have”? It’s Our “Friendly Fridays” Feature!

See, it really did happen.

We’re number one fans of our fans. (We’re sure you know how much you contribute to our existence.) So we want to thank you all with a column dedicated to you: “Friendly Fridays”! Twice a month, we will be featuring a certain friend and their Knock Knock stuff-related stories. However, before we start posting your splendid pictures and product tales, …

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Where’s Waldo? It’s Not Just My Grandma!

Aw, so sweet that one sister inspired another to get something as unique as a chalkboard! But I think that “quinoa” listing is just for show.

I still kind of think that my grandma buys all the Knock Knock products that sell. Never mind that she’s ninety and doesn’t really leave her assisted-living apartment too much anymore. Whenever somebody tells me they bought a Knock Knock product before I met them I’m always inappropriately tickled. So imagine how good it feels to see Knock Knock as …

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Learn to Speak Foodie in No Time! Flashcard of the Day: deconstructed

Becoming fluent in “foodie-ism” is essential in surviving your next skinny-tie soiree, where the most prominent faux pas is regarding a Whole Foods as a farmer’s market. The dichotomy of the foodie movement is hard to stomach (pun thoroughly intended)—one side supports the gourmet, everything-must-be-fresh palate while the other criticizes it as a yuppie free-for-all. Jason Sheehan of Seattle Weekly sides with …

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