“And I laughed when I saw him, in spite of myself!”From Twas the Night Before Christmas by Clement Clark MooreThis, of course, was the narrator speaking of the Jolly Elf, Santa Claus, visiting his home on Christmas Eve. This one line of the famous poem, however, applies so well to us all, the dads and…
I loved you so much, but I didn’t recognize at the time what a privilege it was to get to stay home with you all day.
The special time of the season can seem to end abruptly, do you have trouble adjusting back to life as normal?
Should holidays be one-size-fits-all, or is this time of year an opportunity to work on our social skills, despite discomfort?
With a little preparation, honesty, and help from these 6 tips, you can bring the joy back to your holiday season.
The malls are decorated with garland, bows, and lighted wreaths suspended in mid-air between stores and shops. Display windows have followed suit with decorative frosting in the corners and mannequins dressed in cold-weather attire. Starbucks debuted their red holiday cups, and radio stations are beginning to play Christmas music on loop. There’s no doubt about it—the…
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That sparkly sweater you already have is good enough, right?
Spreading holiday cheer.
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Eggnog has been around since the 14th century, so it’s an undisputed classic in the lineup of favorite holiday beverages.
Embed from Getty Images—Being driven and dedicated are admirable traits, but how do you keep them from turning you into Scrooge? • Does a lack of close family ties make you less likely to enjoy the holiday time off? • What steps do you take to make sure you are “there” and enjoying the ones around you? •…
The holidays can be either a time of cheer and gathering, or it can remind one of how lonely they really are.
Listen up, Dads: slow down. No, really—slow down. Waaaay, down. These are the last two weeks of the year, and whether you loved or hated 2016, there’s no sense in rushing to 2017. It will be here before you know it. For right now, just put it on cruise control at about 25 mph, even…
‘Tis the season to go crazy, so use these tips from James Mapes to keep calm and carry on.
No one expects an incredible holiday album from a killer, but Jesse Kornbluth urges you to listen, and shares with you the music and life of Phil Spector.