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Beating the Post-Holiday Blues

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Author: Liz Moorhead

Our neighborhood had a surprise snowstorm this weekend - a "chance of flurries" rapidly became eight inches, and by morning everything was covered in a sparkling white blanket. I turned on some Nat King Cole, flicked on the holiday lights, and cooked up French toast with flurries of powdered sugar, hot chocolate and whipped cream. My son woke to a winter wonderland.

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How Much Should I Share About My Kid Online?

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Author: Liz Moorhead

Last week, my son had his photo taken on Santa's lap. It was a really cute picture. His hair was sort of messy, his shirt slightly wrinkled, but his face was a giant, upturned grin. As soon as I had that photo in my hands, I paused with indecision. To post or not to post? Instagram? Facebook? Twitter?

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Juicing Recipes for the Holidays

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Author: Seventh Generation

The holidays are the time to make merry, and what would the merriment be without some delicious and satisfying juice drinks to start your day or see you through those holiday events. These three from Williams Sonoma are as festive-looking as they are delicious and refreshingly good for you. Enjoy!

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Healthy Holidays to All!

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Author: the Inkslinger

No matter how you celebrate the season one thing is for sure: These are the days of surprises. They might come under a tree or a menorah. They may appear on a table or at the door, but they'll be there. Some surprises, however, no one wants to see, namely those uninvited holiday hazards that pop up between here and the new year.

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Don’t Let Your Holidays Go to Waste

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Author: the Inkslinger

This time of year we're busy spreading joy to the world over the hills and through the woods. But unless we're careful, we'll also spread around enough solid waste to bury the North Pole in the process. Here's how to make mincemeat of most of it.

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5 Fun Ways to Upcycle Old Holiday Cards

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Author: greenwrite

On my first holiday as a married woman, I was a little surprised to see that my affluent in-laws cut off the front of old greeting cards and used them as gift tags.

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Recipes We Love: Apple Cinnamon Cookies

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Author: Seventh Generation

These apple cinnamon cookies are the perfect addition to any holiday cookie tin or snowy evening in. The best part? They're so simple! Keep scrolling down to find our gift to you - a fabulous holiday recipe book.

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25 Ways to Keep Your Kids Entertained Over Holiday Break

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Author: Seventh Generation

The holiday season is here and we have a special gift for you. Here’s list of 25 ideas for things kid can do on their own, or with a parent or caregiver, that should help you survive -- and even have some fun -- until the holiday break is over.

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Building Traditions With My Toddler

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Author: Liz Moorhead

My son turns three in a few short months, which feels like the perfect age for the holiday season. He's old enough to understand that something special is happening, and young enough to be fascinated by the simplest pieces of it. No tiny baby napping through everything, no adolescent yawns of boredom. Just magic.

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Simplify Gift Giving This Holiday Season

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Author: Liz Moorhead

My favorite part of this season is giving. I love secretly hunting for ideas, plotting and planning for the perfect present. It's the other stuff that I don't enjoy- the worry about finances, the budgeting, the scrimping and scouring for deals. And the battling packed parking lots and elbowing my way through crowds.

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