Love 'em or hate 'em, family newsletters remain a staple of the holiday season. And believe it or not, there are ways of producing interesting newsletters that other people will actually want to read
To tip or not to tip during the holidays? According to a Consumer Reports survey, 25 percent of Americans will tip less this holiday season; 6 percent plan to tip more. Twenty-six percent of service
The stacks of presents have been opened, and you are stuffed full of all the Christmas dinner you could handle. Now is the perfect time to cuddle up with your loved ones and keep the holiday spirit
After enjoying the "most wonderful time of the year" with your home's Christmas decorations, you want to make sure those items look just as great next year. To keep decorations organized, simply plac
Do you live on top of a mountain and contemplate spending Christmas Eve stealing all the holiday fixings from the townspeople just because their Christmas cheer annoys you so? Or do you merely snee
Almost every culture has stories revolving around sprightly magical beings. Whether they are called fairies, pixies, leprechauns, brownies or uldras depends entirely on where you are in the world. An
Atten-SHUN! The holiday season is upon us, and do you know what that means? The battle of the bulge has officially begun. There will be cakes and cookies and pies. There will be mashed potatoes made
Completely stress-free holiday travel is a myth as big as Santa. But with some preparation and planning, you can survive the upcoming holiday season away from home with your sanity intact.
Whether you're entertaining the in-laws for a week or you just want to slip away to see your daughter's school play, there's a good chance you're going to need extra time off during the holidays. Y
Assignment: Santa's reindeer. A quick, easy research piece. Right? Not so fast. A cursory search online turns up just one popular topic: Rudolph. And those links are mainly to children's picture book
Spending the holidays with family is, for many people, the most joyous part of the yuletide season. They look forward to the traditional family dinner, caroling, exchanging gifts, attending religio
When Whitney Cornish was a little girl, she and her family gathered with neighbors one Sunday night every December for Christmas caroling, followed by hot chocolate and assorted holiday treats. The m
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