It’s hard for me to wrap my mind around the fact that 2011 is already coming to an end.
I know that it’s cliché to exclaim, “Oh, how the time flies!” but honestly, I can’t think of a more accurate statement. It also doesn’t help that because I’m getting older (and inevitably busier), the [...]
Thanksgiving and Christmas have both passed us by, and I hope you all have had a wonderful time with your family and friends, successfully avoided the high-school reunions at your local bar, and returned all of the ugly clothes your Aunt Marge sent you. I hope you got everything you wanted for Christmas, [...]
The holiday season is upon us, which means endless parties with family and friends, tons of delicious food, and mounds of piles of presents to wrap. Hopefully, amongst the busyness of the season, you are able to find some downtime to relax and enjoy, and perhaps even read a book (or two) for fun.
Are you at a loss on what to get the fitness fanatic in your life? Or perhaps your New Year’s goal is to be healthier, starting with a more active lifestyle. Here are some top suggestions to help you check off those last gifts on your list or add a few more to your [...]
I love Christmas! I love twinkling lights, the smell of Christmas cookies, decorations, trees, and the fact that we can give our dog a stuffed squirrel as a gift so that he can tear it apart in under five minutes. I also love hunting for and purchasing the perfect gifts for my family and [...]
The house is decorated, the trees are up, presents under the tree, and I’m trying to stay in the Christmas Spirit. I promise you, just like I know the sun rises in the east, December is crazier than May.
Why do I feel the pressure to give my family a perfect Christmas? The house [...]
Ever since I could remember my mother always made fruit salad for Thanksgiving and Christmas. This is my favorite part about the holidays. It’s not every day that we get to have fruit salad. Now that she has passed on this recipe to me, I can make it at any time, but it just seems [...]
“Oh there’s no place like home for the holidays, ‘Cause no matter how far away you roam – If you want to be happy in a million ways, For the holidays – you can’t beat home, sweet home!”
I don’t know about you, but I have to agree with The Carpenters because I just LOVE [...]
During the holidays, we all have extra food goodies lurking around in our kitchens and somehow those extras usually get thrown into the pantry.
Yesterday, I purchased a gingerbread house kit (on sale!) for the kids to construct while on their Winter Break. When I attempted to stash the gingerbread house kit into the pantry, [...]
“Tis the season for shopping, snow, and travel to visit family and friends. As the holidays approach many dedicated shoppers (I refer to them as “crazy people”) break out their self-defense and track running skills to take part in Black Friday madness, while others choose a calmer couch-focused Cyber Monday savings. The mission for the [...]
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