According to statistics from 2015, the percentage of single and married people in the United States is said to be nearly equal. In fact, if anything, more people are single than not.
By Elizabeth Brownfield, Glamour Valentine's Day gifts are tricky. If you (and your wallet) are still burned out on shopping after the holidays, you ...
When you commit to living in alignment with your soul and bravely sharing your gifts, you light up, and the whole world benefits from your light.
forestpolicypub.com Every year around this time, I start getting anxiety attacks because I know Valentine's Day is coming ...
What would it feel like to remind yourself about what you've achieved in a week? What's made you smile... Made you laugh... How you've helped others...what you're proud of and ultimately what's made you happy?
Did you get what you wanted for Christmas? We hope so, but you probably have at least one gift that you cannot use or do not want. You can usua...
With a divorce rate in America hovering around 50%, chances are you, your sister, brother, or friend is either going through or made it through one. Because of that Christmas I'd like to forget, I want to help those of you dysfunctioning families function around the holidays.
In our daily lives, think of the little events that bring us delight or make us happy. Experiencing and acknowledging delight can be a gift we give to ourselves every day.
It doesn't matter how old you are, who doesn't love getting a stocking filled with little presents? These are sure to please, so don't stop at just one gift -- grab a stocking and fill it up!
The National Retail Federation recently estimated that 2015 holiday gift card sales will reach nearly $26 billion. By my own calculations, that means the world's 7.3 billion inhabitants will each have about $3.50 to spend on a gift of their choosing beginning December 26.
December is the month of miracles and magical thinking. And why lean meat, seasoned and dried to within an inch of its life, is so darned good is beyond me. It is one of the mysteries of the universe.
The DIY community over at the This Old House microsite, TheSnug.com, is buzzing about gift ideas. If you've got loved ones who still have you stumped, consider one of these thoughtful (and easy-to-make!) presents.
There are many social norms that dictate gift-giving, including when, how and what to give as gifts. Interestingly, these norms don't seem to be about making sure that recipients get the gifts they want. What makes for a good or bad gift often differs in the eyes of givers and recipients.
Here are some "death-aware" gifts that you might consider for various individuals grappling with death and loss this holiday season:
This is my first Christmas without my mother. Mom died suddenly in mid-September, three months before her 75th birthday. For mom, the holidays were less about Santa than stress. The yuletide anxieties began around Labor Day, when she'd fret about finding the perfect gift, and finding the time to find the perfect gift, and whether she'd bought enough perfect gifts.
Break into your friend's home and steal an important appliance that he uses a lot, like a toaster or a blender. Wrap up the appliance and wait for Christmas to come around.