How to enjoy Valentine's Day, with or without a date!
It is easy to lose focus of what’s important when the stores are filled with Valentine’s Day cards, gifts, and chocolates. We worry about being single, breaking up, and how to celebrate in a new relationship.
Instead of focusing on your relationship status or the perfect Valentine’s date, remember the following tips. They’ll keep you focused on the important things in life, on Valentine’s Day and every day.
Celebrating the holidays will bring you closer together or drive you apart. Where do you stand?...
As much as I enjoy the enormously busy season from Halloween through New Year's, I'm relieved just as equally that it's over. I managed to make it through constructing another homemade costume that kept me up more hours than I can recall. I survived a massive food overhaul that provided enough leftovers to stockpile the fridge for at least a week thereafter. My finances were pinched yet wisely managed when it came down to the annual gift purchasing, wrapping, and eventual dispersing among friends and family.
Want to give yourself a holiday gift that'll last a lifetime? Give yourself the gift of happiness.
Dr. Romance writes:
Want to give yourself a holiday gift that will last the rest of your life? Try giving yourself the gift of happiness.
Research shows that happiness and satisfaction depend more on the inner person than on external circumstances. The secret to living a happy life is to get in charge of your life and what you are doing. Then you can build the life you want.
Christmas alone that became a monthly practice of doing whatever I wanted 1 Sunday a month or more!
I’m having a perfect day today, and wondering why I don’t create more perfect days for me. It’s Christmas, my kids and I spent Christmas Eve together, and I am absolutely luxuriating in doing my thing. For breakfast I enjoyed my Great Harvest Bread Company
shortbread—every taste is a dreamy experience. I called my Dad, 89, and agreed how blessed we all are to be able to walk and talk and see and hear. I told him that I’ll put his Christmas $100 in a special envelope in my billfold.
Look at the other side of the coin for a more pleasurable holiday experience
Happy Holidays! I can’t believe another year is drawing to a close. It is an interesting time of year for me in particular, because my birthday and the holiday season hit all at once, and I find myself spending a lot of time in introspection during the month of December. So, in today’s post I wanted to share a realization that I had and a method to help you feel the love from your family during the holidays, especially when so many of us are dreading being around our family for more than several hours.
I'm counting down the days till the Elf on the Shelf jumps the shark.
Apart from being many families' new favorite Christmas tradition, the Elf on the Shelf is also a multi-million dollar industry. But not everyone loves the Elf, myself included. In fact, it seems there's been a bit of an elphin backlash this year. Here's why...
Being gay isn't easy ... especially around the holidays.
We're just days before the big "C" — Christmas. Chanukah has passed and Thanksgiving is a distant memory. Hustle, bustle, parties and keeping-up-appearances is in full swing. Yet, no matter the year, the holiday season brings its own version of joy and folly for many people.
Trying to figure out a cute gift idea? Here are a few you can try, especially for singles.
by Eleanore Wells, for GalTime.com
Does everyone need a gift guide? Of course not. But if you're struggling for that perfect find for your girlfriend, good friend or even yourself, you've landed in the right place.
Six Simple Steps to Decrease Stress and Enjoy Every Moment
How present are you during this time of year? Are you so busy that you lose touch with the meaning of the season? Are you too stressed out to really enjoy time with your family? Do you struggle to remember what it’s all about? Is it difficult to stay focused on the joy and hope of the season? Would you like to enjoy yourself and your family more?
Follow these six simple steps to relax, focus on the important things, and be fully present with yourself and your loved ones this season.