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Learn How To Ice Skate This Winter

December 11th, 2014

Unless you have a rare natural ice skating talent that you've never discovered, chances are that you're not going to look very graceful during your first skating experience. To learn how to ice skate, you may need to deal with the frustration of falling once in a while, but when you've mastered the right technique, you'll find that ice skating can be one...

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Store Away Your Christmas Decorations Efficiently

December 11th, 2014

Now that Christmas is over, you're likely left with rolls of half-finished gift wrap, a shedding Christmas tree and more cardboard boxes than your local post office. Furthermore, you also have to figure out how you ever managed to pack away so many ornaments, wreaths and bows. Patience and these efficient packing tips will allow your home to return to its non-Christmas...

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Handle Your Childs Post-Christmas Toy Clutter

December 11th, 2014

Your kids probably received more presents alone than all the adults in the household combined. Though the mountain of gifts certainly brought them Christmas joy, it's likely leaving you with a headache. Your children probably had plenty of toys already, but Christmas has added even more items to their collection. So what do you do with all the playthings that are taking over...

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Tips For Exercising Before The Holidays

December 11th, 2014

With the holiday season around the corner, some people see fall as a good time to knock off a few pounds before indulging in heavy Thanksgiving and Christmas meals. It's easy to state that small or medium portions at holiday gatherings can't help but to lessen the amount of weight you may feel obliged to burn off come the spring. But, with so many seasonal taste sensations...

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A Brief History Of Hanukkah

December 11th, 2014

During the winter holiday season, individuals of the Jewish faith traditionally honor the eight days of Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, sometime during late November or December. The holiday is recognized by the lighting of the menorah, a nine-pronged candlewick. One candle on the menorah is lit for every night of the celebration, with the ninth candle, or the...

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What Not To Do At Your Company Holiday Party

December 11th, 2014

Old and new employees alike stress over the proper attire and etiquette for a party with co-workers. After all, you could wind up a year-long topic of discussion until your chance at redemption next year. Here are some things to avoid to keep you from becoming the trending topic on the company Twitter feed.Linger at the bar Possibly the most important rule to follow: Do...

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What is Today? All About Festivus!

December 10th, 2014

What is today? You may have heard the term "Festivus" before during the holiday season, but you're probably wondering what it's all about. This holiday, invented by an episode of the popular TV show "Seinfeld," takes place every year on Dec. 23 - though loyal fans of the show celebrate its traditions all year round. Check out these fun and quirky...

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Keep Fit This Holiday Season

December 10th, 2014

It's hard to stay healthy during the holidays. It seems like everything is working against you. You start with a Thanksgiving feast, then attend holiday parties at work, with friends and with family where there are plenty of cheesy appetizers, sweet tree-shaped cookies and delicious feasts. In addition to the extra meals and plethora of treats and desserts, the weather...

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How to Make a Burlap Wreath for the Holidays

December 8th, 2014

Traditional decorations for the holidays are certainly lovely, but it's always a good idea to step outside the box and try something new. Interested in adding a touch of rustic charm to your seasonal embellishments? Burlap wreaths are a cheap, easy option that are both whimsical and chic - perfect for a country home-inspired aesthetic. While there are many...

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How to Make Your Own Christmas Cards

December 8th, 2014

Simple holiday pleasures can add up to be a pretty penny. With so much fuss around gifts and food, you're probably spending more than you'd like to, which is why you should cut yourself a break whenever you can. Skip the store-bought options and try making your own creations this year. You'll save money if you make Christmas cards, and recipients will love...

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