Here is an inside look at what your Jewish, or Muslim, or Buddhist, or Hindu or anything else friends do on Christmas, because you know you're curious.
As we continue to experience these last few days of 2014, may we each make a promise to continue to give our love and support to those around us not just during the holidays, but each and every day throughout all of the coming years.
From timing your ticket purchases right to alternative options when it comes to lodging, the experts at Hipmunk offer these tips to help you tackle this year's travel planning with a smart strategy.
Dreaming of a white Christmas? Keep dreaming. For most Americans, chances aren't great for Christmastime snow.
Baby, it's cold outside, but inside the holiday shopping frenzy is heating up. As you race to get your last-minute gift-buying done, here are 10 great options to consider for the tech-lover on your list:
My daughter taught me that she is not me and her way of doing things is not my way. "Different" doesn't necessarily require fixing.
Christmas has yet to arrive but online sales have already shot through the roof. The biggest shopping season of the year has showed some interesting trends thus far. The past two years an increase in both mobile and tablet use has been noticeably visible with the number of online shoppers dramatically growing.
Here's the deal: I live in a two-family house with -- oh my god -- my family, and so when sharing a meal it's not uncommon for plates, pots, pans, and yes, silverware to circulate freely between kitchens. So my spoons weren't missing. They had just temporarily relocated.
I toiled for 20 years dishing those puppies out, and I want to see yours! The old fashioned way, if you are up for it.
On December 9, MiLLENNiAL attended the White House Travel Blogger Summit in Washington D.C. Selected as one of the Top 100 Most Influential Digital Media Sites for millennials, we had the distinct privilege of speaking on the importance of Studying Abroad and Global Citizenship.
Are you tired of it yet? I'm not talking about the holiday shopping frenzy, the incessant holiday music, or the goodies everywhere. I'm talking abou...
When you share small acts of kindness, you are giving back more than you might think. You spread cheer to someone else. You elevate your own mood. You inspire more giving. Giving can have a ripple effect. Oh, and you just may enjoy the feeling of giving so much that it turns into a giving spirit that lives on well past the holidays.
This year we commemorate the 100th anniversary of the beginning of WWI -- or the Great War -- in Europe. In the midst of this commemoration, we will do well to remember the remarkable Christmas Truce of 1914.
Hillary Clinton is running for president! And she announces it through song! Singing way better than Mariah Carey, Hillary wants to give her best wishes and let you know that she's running for president.
When Scrooge casts off his mean and greedy persona, he embraces giving and turns his constrained life into a celebration.
There are three ways you can make this year the year it all goes differently. The year you have a genuine smile on your face as you walk through that door, pick up the phone or open Skype. This is the year the holidays and home aren't a struggle, but a welcome experience.