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Once you've made your home holiday party ready, sit back, relax and enjoy your loved ones. We have a lot to be grateful for and the love we share with our family and friends is at the top of the list.
The holiday season is a great time for families to explore the Mid-Atlantic. From free concerts in Washington, D.C. to a boat parade on the Chesapeake Bay, these events deliver a month of magic.
Whether consciously or not, the holidays are filled with situations in which we feel socially evaluated by others, and assessed by our ability to give others what they want -- materially and emotionally.
The period beginning with Thanksgiving and ending with New Year's is the busiest long-distance travel season of the year. This means that many of us will see relatives for the first time in many months. Use holiday family gatherings as an opportunity to look closer, listen harder and determine if your help is needed.
This prophesy of Jesus' birth and the spirit of the Christ that Jesus expressed when he healed and taught, is still producing health and giving freely to hearts and minds today.
The key to remember, regardless of location or event, YOU ARE STILL AT WORK -- treat it that way.
So delicious, deep and aromatic, you might want to eat the whole batch in one go.
The universal tradition of giving during the holidays has exploded into a circus of spending, stress and unfulfilled expectations. Let's take a breath and think about how we can reframe the message we're sending to our children.
Military working dogs -- or dogs in general -- and young children seeing their military parents (sometimes for the first time) return home from military assignments are some of my favorite subjects.
Take a look at these three ways to embrace ethnic and religious diversity at work during the holidays.
Figuring out your holiday gifts? Little things can make a big difference for older relatives and friends who are trying to stay safe and independent.
You know that saying about the definition of insanity? Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results? Are we willfully engaging in collective insanity every holiday season?
10 beauty gifts that are so good, they're on fire.
Many winters ago in a tiny village in Austria, the Christmas Carol "Silent Night" was born. In a small church in Oberndorf, the song of peace and heavenly love was first played. Peace would not last though in the land of music. The World Wars came.
Instead of buying gifts that will be shoved in a closet for the better part of a year, why not buy your friends and family something that will make their home more beautiful and reflect their personal design style? No matter what their style, I've got you covered.