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5 Simple Games for your Christmas Party

Christmas Parties, Company News, Guest Blogs, Holiday Planning

Christmas parties are a great way to introduce new friends to old, eat some great food, and celebrate the holiday season! Make sure your guests don’t forget your party with these fun and festive games!   The Santa Hat Game:   The best part of this game is that it has no formal start time

How to avoid Christmas Burnout

Guest Blogs, Holiday Planning

When you are feeling less than jolly during the holidays, it’s time to take a moment and relax. With all the demands from friends and family and the time spent shopping and preparing the home and food it is easy to see how one can feel burned out during the Christmas season. Here are some

Christmas Shopping Horror Stories

Guest Blogs, Holiday Planning

Every Christmas shopper has their own story or two about the heated moments in the checkout line up or fighting over the last remaining item. The stress of trying to find a suitable gift and the hard hits to one’s bank account can make the merry season seem less than joyful. As the days count down to Christmas day,

10 Christmas traditions for Newlyweds

Guest Blogs, Holiday Planning, Top

Being just married is a wonderful phase of life. Every part of life has a new and exciting side to it, as now life is shared and experienced between two people. Christmas is especially an exciting time for newlyweds; here are ten Christmas traditions to start with your loved one you can cherish together year


Christmas on a Budget: Decorating on a Dime

Guest Blogs, Holiday Planning, Spirit of Christmas, Top

Christmas is one of the most expensive times of the year, so how can you save some extra money this year without scrimping on any of your favorite parts? Use these helpful hints and tricks to decorate without spending all of your hard earned dough!     1: Go to a nearby wood and collect

5 Money Saving Tips for the Holidays

Guest Blogs, Holiday Planning

It may seem early, but now is the time to consider how you’re going to finance the upcoming holiday expenditures. It starts with Thanksgiving dinner and the travel to get there. Immediately following is the Christmas season with gift giving, party hosting, and more travel. Then, we top it all off with New Year’s Eve.