Jasmine Maki is a features reporter for Accent. Her main beats are arts and entertainment and life and style. She also occasionally covers health, family and TV.
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Perley native Michelle Uberreste’s time on “Project Runway: Under the Gunn” may be over, but her design career has just begun. Uberreste was eliminated in the Lifetime show’s ninth episode,...
If anyone knows how to travel cheaply, it’s University of North Dakota graduate student Christine Glieden. Last summer, Glieden traveled to 14 countries throughout Europe over the span of nine weeks. Her trip — including transportation, lodging, food and attractions — cost only $6,000. That’s $95 a day, which is less than some people spend just on a hotel. “People can’t figure out how I did it, but I did,” Glieden said. It took a lot of planning, but Glieden isn’t a rookie when it comes to travel.
When I moved into my one-bedroom apartment last spring, I didn’t want the large walk-in storage closet to become crowded with random clutter. So, with a shower rod, some 3M hooks and a shoe shelf, I created a walk-in accessory closet. As my handbag and jewelry collection grew, I added more hooks to the walls. I loved the clever display of my accessories, soI looked to Pinterest, started saving empty containers, gathered otherwise useless, items and found more ways to organize my apartment, and in turn, my life. Transforming the closet
It may not be evident in her futuristic, edgy style, but Michelle Uberreste, one of 15 up-and-coming designers competing on Lifetime’s new reality-competition show, “Project Runway: Under the Gunn,” grew up on a small Minnesota farm. A Perley, Minn., native, Uberreste spent her childhood and much of her young adult years in the Upper Midwest, where she learned to sew when she was 5.