The holidays are here, which means hosting a dinner party may be on your calendar. Naturally, the dining table will be the center of attention, so you'll want to make sure it makes a great impression on your guests. Creating a beautiful tablescape is the perfect way to dress up your dining table when company comes calling.
So you've decided to open up your home to the people nearest and dearest to your heart and you're wondering how to make it a success! Here are a few tips to help you host an AWESOME Thanksgiving Dinner that everyone will enjoy!
If you've got a touchy stomach and pay attention to health news, you may have started to see the acronym FODMAP pop up lately. So what the heck does it mean and why should you care?
With the holidays fast approaching, and the thought of festive parties on our minds, the team at Dot & Bo began to wonder: which states are doing the most at-home entertaining this season and every season?
I decided to take matters into my own hands. I created a challenge for myself: to create a Thanksgiving centerpiece using ONLY THINGS I FOUND AT MY LOCAL SUPERMARKET. This is what I came up with.
In our search for non-traditional ways to deck the halls this year, we stumbled upon this genius combination. Melding the ever-popular terrarium with one of our favorite comeback kids' crafts -- sand art! Put them together, fill them with air plants and you've got the perfect addition to a room.
I have culinary and cultural beliefs on the state of our food, including the abundance we enjoy, the grace of the people who bring it to our table and immense gratitude for how far we have come in the good food movement.
Excluding any persons on the basis of race and/or national origin does not make us more secure, but on the contrary undermines the very foundations of our country that make us strong.
I want to share an amazing story about human kindness, which is incredibly relevant during this week and centers around giving thanks. Two weeks ago my father passed away after a two-year battle against a rare form of non-smoking lung cancer.
"Have you tried restarting your machine?" These are the six words your company's ever-so-patient tech guy rattles off whenever you summon him to fix your frozen laptop. That's because 98 percent* of the time, it works. Why is that a thing?
Are you ready for Thanksgiving? There are numerous things that may make you anxious about the big day, but one of them shouldn't be how to keep it eco-friendly. Here is my checklist for things you should do now to have a happy and eco-friendly Thanksgiving Day.
It's not quite Thanksgiving, but I just put my Christmas tree up anyways. It's a silver tinsel tree filled with mid-century charm. I love this tree, and it's getting me in the holiday spirit, which means it's time for holiday gift guide!
There's a long way to go, but working with local communities is a powerful strategy that can make a real difference to those who have been trafficked, or are in great risk - which is why we are committed to working in Nepal to combat modern slavery long after international memories of the earthquakes have faded.
Look through the ads, make a list of items you want to buy and make a road map of what stores to hit and in what order. Mark down what time each store opens! Make sure you also have all of your store coupons, credit cards, etc.. for more savings!
Sometimes the best storage spots are right under your nose. Here are some unexpected places where you can pack in the goods for easy retrieval.
It is okay to be afraid. The challenge of living well is deciding what to do next.