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Going Home for the Holidays

21 Questions You'll Be Asked When You Go Home for the Holidays

Jen Glantz | Posted 02.26.2014 | Women
Jen Glantz

When you step off the plane or veer off the highway back to your family's abode for the holidays, the good old phone tricks won't be by your side. You'll have to stuff your mouth with mashed potatoes just to spare a few seconds to compose yourself and finally answer those questions that you just can't avoid.

Don't Dread Holiday Travel: Give Yourself The Gift Of Sleep

Russell Rosenberg, Ph.D | Posted 02.13.2013 | Healthy Living
Russell Rosenberg, Ph.D

Instead of seven swans a-swimming or eight maids a-milking, wouldn't you just be happy to have seven to eight hours of sleep a night while visiting family or friends this holiday season?

Home For The Holidays (WATCH)

Posted 11.16.2012 | MarloThomas

My family always makes an effort to staying connected, especially during the holidays. Even when we can't be together physically, we have come up with...

I'm Glad You're Gone: Why The Big-City Holiday Exodus Is Important

Gabe Zichermann | Posted 02.26.2012 | Gay Voices
Gabe Zichermann

The absence of most of my friends from the city this past weekend belies a minor miracle: we can go home. It wasn't long ago that gay men and lesbians fled their small towns to New York and San Francisco because they couldn't live there anymore.

Getting Home For the Holidays, At Any Cost

Ann Brenoff | Posted 02.14.2012 | Fifty
Ann Brenoff

With the exception of those who have their 25-year-olds back living in their childhood bedrooms and their mothers moved into their guest rooms, getting everyone together for the holidays is difficult. Yet the notion of "going home for the holidays" is the gold standard of holiday happiness. Your holiday will not be complete if each and every living blood relative and then some aren't gathered under the same roof. It's what we are supposed to do at all costs. And I do mean at all costs.