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Tips for a Stress-Free Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving, the unofficial start of the winter holiday season, is meant to be a time for feasting, spending time with loved ones, and reflecting on good fortune. But for many people, Thanksgiving can also be incredibly stressful. It comes loaded with expectations that can create an enormous amount of pressure on any family – especially on the moms, who are often in charge of the food and the family organizing. This year, don’t let Thanksgiving stress get you down. » Read more

Thanksgiving Day Recipes: Create a Fantastic Feast to Remember

Turkey, green been casserole and canned cranberries … is your traditional Thanksgiving Dinner becoming a bit redundant? Here are some fresh Thanksgiving Day recipes that will have your guests begging for seconds!   » Read more

Thanksgiving Day Leftover Ideas

It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving Day without lots of leftovers – but there’s much more that can be done with leftovers than just standing around the kitchen all evening and pulling at what’s left of the turkey! But after all the time and effort you put into planning your Thanksgiving Day dinner, you’ve earned a rest. » Read more

Snowman Cupcakes

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Simple Holiday Decorating With Glitter

Nature understands the importance of sparkle, particularly in winter, when the landscape is bewitchingly monochromatic. Think of the tiny rainbows glinting on an icicle or the sugary sparkles in snow, then imagine how flat everything would look without the twinkle. Indoors, the glittering edges and muted hues of winter can be wonderfully evocative. They can remind you of a frosty Christmas morning long ago. » Read more

Safe Holiday Decorating Tips

Holiday decorating has become the norm in many neighborhoods across the nation. Community decorating contests have made lighting up the night skies during the month of December a new way to join our neighbors in celebration. For others, setting up both simple and elaborate light or miniature decorative displays in their yards and homes has become a tradition in itself. » Read more

Rose Petal Valentine Cupcakes

Looking for a girly Valentine cupcake idea? Try these pretty but edible rose petal Valentine cupcakes! To make these Valentine cupcakes you need a box of strawberry cake mix, pink frosting, red decorative gel frosting, fruit roll ups, and a heart shaped cupcake pan.  You could make the cupcakes in a traditional cupcake pan as well. » Read more

Regifting – Do It Without Being Tacky

Regifting is one of those dirty little secrets no one likes to talk about. But we’ve all done it – or at least thought about doing it (come on, you know you have!). So it’s time for regifting to come out of the closet ... just like that unwanted present you got for Christmas last year, which might be the perfect regift for the name you’ve drawn in this year’s office Secret Santa. In today’s eco-conscious times, careful regifting can even be looked at as another form of recycling. » Read more

Pear Nog

By Cheryl Tallman and Joan Ahlers www.FreshBaby.com A festive drink for the Holiday season. One the whole family will love. » Read more

Mother's Day Brunch Menu

Mother's Day is the perfect time to celebrate mom with a delicious Sunday brunch. Let the kids help prepare the meal and it will be even more special. Add some fresh flowers to the table and mom will be wowed. Here is a selection of FoodFit recipes for a buffet that's sure to tantalize her taste buds: Mother's Day Brunch Menu   » Read more