The first season of Netflix show “Get Organized with The Home Edit” was packed with celebrities and heartwarming stories of home improvement from across the country.
The new show premiered Sept. 9 on the streaming platform. It follows The Home Edit founders Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin as they help celebrities like Reese Witherspoon, Khloé Kardashian, Eva Longoria and Neil Patrick Harris organize their homes.
Each of the eight episodes features one celebrity home and one regular family seeking help from the Nashville-based organizing duo.
“This is my dream, dream, dream project that you guys would come and help me organize,” Witherspoon, who is also the show’s executive producer, said in the trailer.
- With iOS 14, you can finally customize your iPhone’s home screen with widgets.
- Widgets are essentially larger app icons that display information and photos that update throughout the day.
- Although Apple offers a selection of customization options, the app Widgetsmith lets you get even more creative by changing the color and font of your widgets.
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Apple’s iOS 14 update brought a feature iPhone fans have long wanted — the ability to customize and personalize the home screen.
The new update, which launched on September 16, finally made it possible to add widgets to the main iPhone home screen, turning your iPhone’s default landing page into much more than just a hub for your apps.
Apple also gave widgets a fresh new look in iOS 14 with different size options and an improved design that shows more information at a glance.
Widgets are essentially