How to Replace Holiday Dinner Arguments With Holiday Togetherness

For most families, a good portion of the holidays is spent around the dinner table with friends and relatives who may or may not be on their best behavior and may, if left untended, insist on turning the holiday table into their own political soapboxes. But, according to author Robb Lucy, a little planning can help … More How to Replace Holiday Dinner Arguments With Holiday Togetherness

Work It Out Wednesday: 3 Things That Will Boost Your Gratitude

Thanksgiving comes once a year. Being grateful should be part of your life. I know, it’s easier said than done, bit you should try it. Once you live a life of gratitude, very little will either you. I am not saying that your life will become easier. I am saying that you will find that … More Work It Out Wednesday: 3 Things That Will Boost Your Gratitude

What to Buy and What to Avoid on Black Friday

Black Friday is a few days away and according to leading savings destination, RetailMeNot, it is continuing to evolve into a weekend-long shopping event of spending and savings. From Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday, shoppers will have the opportunity to cross everyone and everything off of their shopping list. But, buyer’s beware: Not all categories will … More What to Buy and What to Avoid on Black Friday

12 Fascinating Facts About Turkey

As some folks head to the supermarkets to buy Thanksgiving’s favorite.Traditional foods are a large part of Thanksgiving celebrations. Many families include the entire family in the food preparation. Traditional foods include turkey, stuffing, gravy, sweet potatoes, cornbread, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce. Many people serve pie for dessert at the end of the meal. … More 12 Fascinating Facts About Turkey

Holiday Hearth Talk: 4 Reasons A Great Meal Is About How You Eat – Not What You Eat

Everyone knows it’s important to eat the right foods to live a long and healthy life, but many of us fall short of that ideal. We eat on the run, pulling into a drive-through and scarfing down a hamburger on the way to the next appointment. We grab a candy bar at the grocery checkout … More Holiday Hearth Talk: 4 Reasons A Great Meal Is About How You Eat – Not What You Eat

Sunday Meditation: Christ The King Sunday Gives Us A Call To Serve

For many people, today marks the end of the liturgical year and the chance to reset their spirits. It’s Christ The King Sunday. What is the significance and meaning of Jesus’ kingship for us? Kingship today seems outdated and useless, especially in democratic societies where everyone is supposed to be treated equal and free. Many … More Sunday Meditation: Christ The King Sunday Gives Us A Call To Serve

52% of Shoppers Say They Expect They’ll Never Shop in Person Again for The Holidays

97th Floor, released a new study that uncovers insights into Black Friday and holiday shopping trends amidst the 2020 pandemic. COVID-19 has altered lives around the globe, and its effects are stretching into this year’s holiday shopping season.  97th Floor commissioned an independent research study of US shoppers to understand their hopes, fears and behaviors on … More 52% of Shoppers Say They Expect They’ll Never Shop in Person Again for The Holidays