My husband and I celebrated 2016 by getting together with some longtime friends. At a brunch with five other couples, all of us seniors, we struggled to hear one another. But, we agreed, that it was a great way to start the New Year. Just being together was something to celebrate. That evening, we toasted the New Year with our next-door neighbors of over 35 years.
2016 is your year for a sparkling clean home! If you like the sound of that, but don't want to make it your year for 'spending countless hours scrubbing,' these easy hacks from Hometalk bloggers will help to speed things up!
It's time to revel in all things south of the border.
Many people are actually more comfortable in hoping and fantasizing than actually making changes that will create lasting change. It takes a certain level of maturity and mastery to be willing to survey the landscape around us before we begin building our dreams.
Before we start to talk about the plans, goals and resolutions for the new year. It is important to take stock and review the outgoing year. This includes looking at the wins, the challenges, the mistakes, the areas for improvement and just appreciate how are you feeling at this time of the year.
A battle royal is looming for June 2016 in a federal courtroom in San Francisco. The combatants? Uber versus its drivers.
In a way, these half-written blogs and unfinished reflections sum up the past six months pretty well: a collection of emotions and experiences with few clear ends or answers, with dangling ellipses and uncertain next chapters.
Jan. 1 has come and gone, and it's time to get to work and turn those New Year's resolutions into a reality. The big question: Will you make good on ...
If you're like me, or 45 percent of Americans who make New Year's resolutions, you're probably writing down all your new goals for 2016. "This year...
Where were you a year ago? Were you better off? Worse off? In a different city, a different country? Not yet in a relationship, about to be a parent, ...
It goes that 2016 will find me doing the same thing I've done every year. I'll be loving on my great, big, crazy family and doing this: Write. Edit. Publish. Repeat.
Happy New Year! I hope that you enjoy all the successes that the cornucopia of 2016 spills forth! I hope you act selfishly--always--if selfishness does an ounce of good for somebody else.
I am so caught up in college life, the ebb and flow of politics (the greatest horse race ever invented), and the ever-important drama of daily life, t...
2015 is over, and many people are glad to see it go, if only for the symbolic feeling of starting over with the promise of a new year. But it's important to remember the good moments - and 2015 did have some big ones.
At the beginning of each New Year my step-daughter, Lisa, encourages us to proclaim three words that represent our aspirations for the upcoming year. The catch is that the words need to be alliterative--they all need to begin with the same letter.
Count down to the new world, the new thoughts and the new you. Tonight, and every night, the world holds its promise out to you. Count down to the one change. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1... Happy New You!