I feel so stupid. I've been completely preoccupied with my neck, when the whole time, it was my face that's been up to no good.
If there is one time when life is at its peak of chaos for families, and especially for women, it's during that long stretch that starts with Thanksgiving and lingers until New Year's. Who doesn't aspire to a simpler self right about now?
While consumers may be getting that desirable device this holiday season, consumers are also paying inflated prices resulting from abuse of market power by patent holders.
A consistent, daily practice of yogic meditation chips away at the workings of the mind. As we devote ourselves to this practice over time, we empower ourselves to observe our ego as being separate from ourselves. This allows a more natural insight to emerge.
Cyber Monday, which is the Monday after Black Friday, was originally put together by e-commerce companies (think Amazon.com) in an attempt to give peo...
Sometimes with wars, it's hard to tell when it's won or lost. See Iraq and Afghanistan. The War on Christmas, as with any other war, needs a set of metrics to guide policymakers on the severity of the conflict, and to let those on the sidelines know when it's all over, or just slightly over, or if the cause is lost.
Santa, make it stop! My inbox, which has exploded exponentially every day since Thanksgiving rolled over into the Season of Shopping, has sent me on the fast track to crazy town.
There will be office parties, relatives who undergo their annual holiday meltdowns, millions of visits to thousands of Santas, talk radio's now annual claims that liberals are taking "Christ" out of Christmas, and... incessant talk about the so-called "fiscal cliff."
By not opposing the corporate cultivation of untrammeled greed among Americans, the churches have left the door open to the triumph of America's new religion -- not liberal secularism, but shopping.
Black Friday is taking over the Thanksgiving spirit and soon we will get a 15 minute break for turkey and stuffing while we spend the rest of the time shopping.
I'm a cautious shopper by nature, but the holidays make me more so. As I'm not big on stuff, I tend to favor gifts people can and will use. And by "use" I mean "up," "often" or "over a lifetime."
This explosion of e-commerce and online retail opens up opportunities for those of us living in rural America. We see it every day in my backyard. Retailers of all kinds of products are all accessing the global marketplace via the Internet.
Well, Turkey Day is over and the malls were packed on Black Friday, and through the weekend, with shoppers trying to catch those quickly vanishing best bargains of the year. But, what does the holiday season really mean to us and to people living on the streets?
If you didn't capture the Black Friday or Cyber Monday market, take heart, there are still a lot of shopping days left to get your service or product out there!
The holidays, once considered a sacred time for family and celebration, have been hijacked by big companies sending out a message to the American people, playing on an endless loop: "Buy, buy, buy!"