It's that time again. That time of year when everyone picks a New Year's resolution, only to forget about it 2 weeks later. Gym memberships will skyrocket, delivery meals will appear on everyone's Instagram feed, and whole 30 recipes will take over Facebook....for maybe a month. Then gym regulars can delight in knowing that their overcrowded sanctuary will return to normal, and users can safely return to social media sites without fear of feeling inadequate when looking at meals.
Okay, to be fair, if you're Jewish like me, it's a little late to spread the word about the Hanukkah miracle. But the holiday season lasts all month, and just because you celebrate one holiday or another for religious reasons doesn't mean you can't spread holiday cheer all season long. Here are some last minute ways to get in on the holiday spirit!
With the holidays right around the corner, I'm looking forward to seeing my family, and celebrating, but most of all, curling up by the fire with a good book. I've been helping brainstorm books to give my boyfriend's niece for Christmas, and I thought I would come up with a list of my 10 favorite books (in no particular order). What are your favorites? Let me know in the comments!
Everyone has those people who are hard to buy for. If you're like me, you have at least one person in your life who buys everything he wants for himself, leaving you pulling out your hair trying to find something more meaningful than the yearly gift card. Here are ten insanely easy holiday presents sure to please everyone on your list!
1. Cabin Fever: If your significant other won't give you any ideas, or like mine, buy the things they want instead of letting you get it for them, consider taking a trip together as your gift. Groupon and Living Social regularly feature cabin getaways and cheap vacations, so you don't have to worry about breaking the bank. Plus, it gives you and your special someone a chance to spend some time together, just the two of you. Be sure to read the fine print including additional fees not covered in the Groupon or Living Social price, so you're not surprised when it comes to booking.