9 Really (Really) Weird New Year’s Eve Celebrations

In 1906, after New York City banned fireworks during its New Year’s Eve festivities, the great ball drop began. The annual event is held yearly in Times Square, where thousands of people gather to watch a ball slowly drop from a pulley. An even so grandiose it has inspired many copy cats across the country– … Read more 9 Really (Really) Weird New Year’s Eve Celebrations

Christmas Treats for Santa

Santa Claus is coming to town, and what kind of treats are you going to leave for him? He’s hauling all kinds of gifts across the earth for the kids, and he’s taking that Elf back to the North Pole with him, so leave him something extra tasty for his trouble. Santa Baby Spritz Cookies … Read more Christmas Treats for Santa

5 DIY Tacky Christmas Sweaters

When it comes to attending a tacky Christmas sweater party, it’s all about finding the most ridiculous Christmas sweater ever – the more bells and whistles the better. If you really want to go all out, then consider making your own tacky Christmas sweater at home. Here are five sweaters that are sure to put … Read more 5 DIY Tacky Christmas Sweaters

The Great Thanksgiving Debate: Dressing vs. Stuffing

What do you call America’s most beloved Thanksgiving side dish: is it dressing or stuffing? Much like the whole “soda” versus “pop” versus “coke” debate, people are passionate about this Thanksgiving dish, what to call it and how to fix it. Of course, they are generally divided North versus South. In the North, many people … Read more The Great Thanksgiving Debate: Dressing vs. Stuffing

5 Things to Add to a Thanksgiving Bucket List

This Thanksgiving, do something that you’ll look back and be thankful you did – something that you can cross off your Thanksgiving bucket list. Your in-laws, parents, or grandparents will be okay without you or your family for one Thanksgiving, or, perhaps they’ll want to come along too.  Either way, here are five great ways … Read more 5 Things to Add to a Thanksgiving Bucket List