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The leaves have already turned red and orange and there is a definite chill in the air. Everyone is enjoying the bounty of the fall harvest. Thanksgiving Day will be here before you know it. With that comes making plans for your holiday meal. This can stress some people out. But, there is no need to worry. Just stick to the traditional menu options that everyone expects and keep it simple. Here are some easy ideas for your Thanksgiving dinner that you might want to try. 1. Appetizers Cheese and fruit are a perfect and easy pairing for an appetizer.…

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The leaves are falling from the trees and the temperatures are dropping. Soon, winter will be here and the holiday season will be buzzing. If you are like many, you are probably getting excited about all the great food and drinks that abound during the seasonal festivities. Cocktails are hot this time of year. Here are some creative takes on some classic cocktails and warming drinks that you might want to try for the holidays. Spicy and Fruity Mulled Wine One of the most inviting holiday treats is walking into a welcoming home, after being outside in the cold sledding…

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People entertain during the year for various reasons. However, the winter holidays are special. Everyone wants their home to look its best for their guests. Most holiday home improvement is cosmetic rather than structural. Here are some holiday home improvement ideas for your celebrations that won’t break the bank. Front Door Guests will see the front door before they see your new home improvements. You’d have a good idea if you painted it. It would give the outside of the house a fresh, new look as well as being attractive to whomever knocks on it. While you’re at it, buy…

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Do you know what makes November 13th one of the most remarkable days of the year? This day represents a happy time, a personable post to remind kids and adults of all ages which human principle brings us together. This is a marked day in time for recalling what is so important in this world. This fabulous day is World Kindness Day, of course! World Kindness Day is a beautiful acknowledgment of all the good in the world. It is a day of genuine joy and optimistic potential between all living things. It is an action-oriented day where folks all…

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Thanksgiving is a great time to get together with family and friends to share good times and create lasting memories. Doing what you can to make sure everyone is comfortable and feeling good will result in an amazing holiday. While considering the comfort of your human friends and family, you should also be thinking about your pets. Like you, your pets also enjoy being able to stuff themselves, especially when it comes to table scraps. However, to keep them safe, you need to be cautious about what they ingest. You also need to keep their stress levels in mind if…

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Sometimes Halloween creeps up and surprises you. When this happens, you may not have loads of time or money to rent a suitable costume for a fun holiday gathering. That doesn’t have to be a scary situation if you use your head. Here are some do-it-yourself Halloween costume ideas for that last-minute party. 1. A Piece of Notebook Paper For those who like to take the easy approach, this DIY costume idea can be executed in a few minutes. Find a white shirt of any kind. It can be a T-shirt, a work shirt, or a sweatshirt. Take a drinking…

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Think about the last time someone did something sweet for you when you didn’t expect it. It probably brightened your day or at least made you smile. If you’re someone who looks for a reason to spread happiness, then you’re in luck. National Do Something Nice Day is observed on October 5th each year. Although you may do kind things every day, its fun to take one day to do a little extra. There are many ways to participate and get your family involved. Here are eight ways to join in on the kindness. Leave a Surprise Pay for the…

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Most people see Labor Day as just a three-day weekend to relax or go on a vacation getaway before their children return to school. However, Labor Day is an important holiday, once established by the labor movement, that occurs every year at the very beginning of September. This year it will fall on September 2nd, and most businesses are usually closed in order to honor all the American workers and their accomplishments. When was Labor Day established? This year will mark 125 years of celebrating and recognizing Labor Day as a national holiday. The first state to pass the Labor…

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Did you know that July 26th is National Get Gnarly Day? Celebrating National Gnarly Day each year gives you a chance to do something challenging, cool, and/or unexpected that maybe you wouldn’t normally do. In other words, this is a chance to get out of your comfort zone and take it to the next level. If you’re not sure what you’re going to do to celebrate National Get Gnarly Day, here are some ideas to get your mind moving in the right direction. 1. Plan a Gnarly Day Trip. The best way to decide what to do on your day…

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The 4th of July is a great time to get together with friends and family for some great food and beverages. Several mixed cocktails feature red, white, and blue ingredients, perfect for a festive and fun 4th of July party or celebration. Make these 4th of July themed cocktail recipes for your Independence Day celebration. Red, White, and Blue Shot Recipe Ingredients • 1/2 Ounce of Blue Curacao • 1/2 Ounce of Grenadine • 1/2 Ounce of Peach Vodka Instructions 1. Take out a 1.5-ounce shot glass and set it on a flat kitchen surface. 2. Pour the grenadine layer…

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