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Headphone Review: Three Favorites

Jun 30, 2014
Headphone Review: Three Favorites
We love listening to Christmas and Holiday tunes. Our favorite way of listening to all the holiday classics is via headphones. Why, you ask? Headophones provide a great, clean, all encompassing sound. If that special person on your holdiay shopping list is looking for a great pair of headphones, here are some of our personal favorites:      1.Audio-Te
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Cooking Up Christmas

Jun 30, 2014
Cooking Up Christmas
Try these fun-and-easy ways to include your kids in the kitchen this season- Christmas cookies, desserts, candy recipes and more!   Whether it’s the novelty of trying a cool, new kitchen gadget, the satisfaction of stuffing and trussing the turkey, or the fun of helping to bake and decorate Christmas cookies, the holidays are a perfect time to invite your kids to help y
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How to Write Your Thank You Notes for Christmas Gifts

Jun 30, 2014
How to Write Your Thank You Notes for Christmas Gifts
Getting great gifts is a wonderful part of Christmas but so is showing gratitude to the people who gave them to you   You asked for it, you got it (yay!), so don’t forget to say a great, big Thank You by grabbing a pen (or computer keyboard), and writing a note that expresses your appreciation for your new Christmas gift. Make it personal Each person bough
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DYI: Throw a Candy Party!

Jun 30, 2014
DYI: Throw a Candy Party!
Entertain kids with an evening of sweet tidings they can craft into charming holiday decorations.   While you’re busily trying to whip things up into nostalgic perfection, children are often bouncing around on the sidelines. This year, consider inviting them—and a few of their best friends—to a fun-filled evening of holiday craft-making for a great family-fr
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DIY: Holiday Cards and Six Ways to Save

Jun 30, 2014
DIY: Holiday Cards and Six Ways to Save
Sending holiday greetings is a time-honored tradition and a great way to keep in touch with loved ones and friends. But the expense of purchasing classic card-and-envelope combos – much less including a family portrait – can put a strain on already-stressed budgets. So it’s time to think outside the Christmas card box and consider these clever alternatives to the high-end holi
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The Lean, Mean, Christmas Machine: 20 ways to save this Christmas

Jun 18, 2014
The Lean, Mean, Christmas Machine: 20 ways to save this Christmas
Send a holiday postcard: A traditional card-and-envelope combo can cost plenty to buy, and 44 cents to mail. Switch to a Christmas postcard (only 29 cents to mail) and your expenses go down considerably. The swap-out is especially useful when you’re sending to a long list of people. Take advantage of free store gift-wrap: It may not be fancier than a metallic box with a bow, but th
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The Great Debate: Artificial vs. Real Trees

Jun 18, 2014
The Great Debate: Artificial vs. Real Trees
Trying to decide between a real Christmas tree and one that fools the eye? Here’s everything you need to know before it’s trimming time. Tree trends come and go, but there are plenty of folks who take a pretty firm stand on the subject of real-versus-fake Christmas trees.  It’s hard to say who’s right since both varieties have their strong suits; even Martha
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My Favorite Memory: Celebrities share their old-and-new Christmas stories and traditions

Jun 18, 2014
My Favorite Memory: Celebrities share their old-and-new Christmas stories and  traditions
The queen of Southern cooking has claimed--not surprisingly--that her earliest and most magical recollections involve food. But instead of sugarplums dancing in her head, there were gumdrop trees: During Deen’s childhood in Albany, GA, her mother would take a thistle bush and stick gumdrops on the ends of its thorny branches — a tradition she adores to this day. Mario Lopez
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