With the gift giving season coming to a close, it’s time to start thinking about the year ahead. A time honored tradition is choosing a New Years Resolution. Unfortunately, another tradition is abandoning that resolution a few months (if not weeks) into the new year. However, if you choose the right New Year’s Resolution, it will be easier to make your commitment last.
Christmas trees, mistletoe, and of course office holiday parties. That’s right folks, tis the season for random gifts to delight and entertain your coworkers. If you’re like me, then your office Christmas — I mean holiday — party is right around the corner. Usually, there is a gift exchange. For many of us it’s either a white elephant or secret Santa event.
Every December, thousands of volunteers from around the United States will gather to show thanks and appreciation to fallen members of our armed services. At cemeteries all across the nation, these volunteers will be laying wreaths on the headstones as part of Wreaths Across America. However, for my mother and me, it’s a very special occasion. I’m sharing with you my personal experience in the hopes of inspiring you to join in on this momentous occasion in 2018.
It’s that time of year again, when the New Year’s Resolution monster rears his ugly head. He promises this will be the year that you stick to your promise to yourself. For some it’s going to the gym to get in shape, for others it’s kicking that nasty old habit. Whatever your new year’s resolution goals, you’re here for some assistance to make 2019 the year that you stick to your resolution.
It’s crazy to think about, but Halloween is just around the corner. Naturally, we’re already thinking about the next holiday. The fourth Thursday of the month of November, we celebrate Thanksgiving. However, it also marks the beginning of Christmas holiday shopping season, and the countdown to Black Friday.
Finding the perfect stocking stuffers for teens or college students can be a daunting task. Most of us struggle to provide a gift that will actually be used, but that will also fit into that stocking on the mantle. Furthermore, the younger generation has their own needs that often go overlooked by their elders. Fortunately, I’ve compiled the 22 best stocking stuffers for your teen or college student.
Whether it’s decking out your home theater room or spicing up the office decor I’ve got the hottest gifts for gadget lovers. My girlfriend’s brother has all the cool tech gizmo’s any kid (or adult) could want. For reference, he’s got an entire room dedicated to his VR system. I’ve compiled this list of gifts for gadget lovers, that are sure to be a hit no matter their age.
“Christmas time is here, pirates everywhere.” So I’m a bit of a Peanuts Christmas movie fan. But in all seriousness, the darker side of the holiday season is just around the corner. With Cyber Monday fast approaching, there are predators lurking to snatch packages off your front stoop or doorway. Better known as “porch pirates” or “porch thieves” they prey on unattended packages. Your packages.
Come the holiday season, we’re all looking for the perfect deal. We want to get the best gift, for the least amount of our hard earned money. Stretching our paychecks has become a consumer focused holiday. Well, in fact, it’s actually two different holidays (Black Friday vs. Cyber Monday) that are separated by the weekend.
For many the holidays are a time of joy, but for others it’s a dreaded time of year. Sometimes your budget simply doesn’t allow you to buy extravagant gifts, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate Christmas with loved ones. If the thought is truly what counts, then you really shouldn’t need to buy anything to have a Merry Christmas.