Have a DIY Valentine's Day with these homemade card, decoration and gift ideas.
Regift your ex to a friend and snuggle up with one of these more predictable on-screen couples.
Whether you're shopping for yourself, or scooping up that last-minute gift for someone special, never underestimate the power of carefully-curated palettes and value sets.
Whether you are into some of the laugh-out-loud flicks like Elf or you're a romantic and swoon over the multiple story lines in Love Actually, you can now find out some of the movie's hidden secrets, thanks to our friends over at The Chive.
We enlisted a group of date-savvy women to help us sniff out the good stuff.
You might think that someone who goes "gift-free" at Christmas might have fallen on hard times. Or you might think this person might simply be a scrooge who has forgotten about the spirit of Christmas. But Heather Greenwood Davis, a Toronto, Canada writer and mom and her family are neither. Together with her husband and two children, she decided to skip the presents in favor of getting back to family—for the second year.
A new study reveals 57 percent of parents are willingly take on credit card debt to make their children happy for the holidays. We have to wonder, is that really teaching kids the right morals?
Even the most cynical among us can agree that the holiday season has an element of magic to it. But before a single egg is nogged or Christmas goose stuffed, there's that little matter of buying gifts. And that's when, for many of us, the magic disappears. But here's a very good reason not to throw up your hands and admit defeat this holiday season: Gift-giving can also work magic on your relationship.
Life coach Dr. Russ L'HommeDieu shares a post by nutritionist Bethany N. Kondavaty and the complex nature of just saying no to holiday desserts. Read on to learn how she manages to avoid the snacks and what you can learn from her experiences.
Because big family holidays and celebrations tend to bring into focus the way we really feel–duty, dread or delight, here’s some relationship help insights to make it easier . How is it for you? Do you look forward to joining with your family and delighting in the celebration? Or, is it obligation and duty that has you dragging yourself there?
TWELVE RELATIONSHIP “DO’S” FOR THE HOLIDAYS ….and every day! Relationship help that, well…really helps! People fall in love, get engaged and get married over the holidays. People visit families and feel at home, or remember why they seldom visit. People react to the stress of the holidays poorly and relationships crack, develop fracture lines, or fall apart.
When the holidays hit for the kids of divorced parents, stress and guilt can hit hard, and they may not enjoy it at all. To make your kids' holidays fun and full of love, check out these parenting tips for single parents or blended families!
Okay, so maybe Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer first aired before you were born, let alone your kids, but that awkward claymation is still pretty charming. Or maybe you're a Dickens fan? The Muppets Christmas Carol is a retelling of the classic story about an old man re-evaluating his priorities in the holiday season.
Most people know that there is a propensity to gain weight around the holidays. What they may not know is that this holiday weight gain is largely responsible for the general yearly weight gain that occurs during much of life. Since being overweight puts a strain on the heart and other organs, it is important to be cognizant of how and when weight gain occurs and if it can be avoided. HOW MUCH WEIGHT DOES THE AVERAGE PERSON GAIN DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON?
What images come to mind when you hear 'Christmas card'? If you thought thigh-slit dresses, a summer day at the beach, or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, you may be a long lost Kardashian. Scroll through the famous family's valiant struggle against nineties hair trends, a few well-aimed stink eyes, and a few holiday family poses that look almost normal. Kardashian? Normal? Can it be?