These people and things do not make the Thanksgiving list as readily as parents, friends, food, and clothing; but they deserve gratitude just as much for the many ways in which they enhance our lives.
Hopebox is a new subscription box that delivers gifts and hope in every package. This is a detailed review of my box and the contents, along with my overall impressions.
Ever want to write and print a book as a gift for a special someone? Today's technology makes a print run of one possible. But is it worth it? Challenges of printing one book for a gift are reviewed.
Do you need a gift idea that is inexpensive, delicious, and homemade? A gift in a jar is edible and made beforehand so the recipient can quickly prepare the dish. Find a few scrumptious ideas below!
Yay for slumber parties! Choosing fun activities for your own sleepover can be difficult, so we made a list of our favorite things to do to help you out!
What should you give your girlfriend when she moves in with you? Here are some thoughtful housewarming gift ideas for your sweetheart.
Looking for some family games to play when the power goes out, or for a slumber party? Check out these kid-appropriate games that can be played with little to no light.
Gifts of food are always welcome. Illness, new parents, college students away from mom's cooking are all people who would love some prepared food. This is the perfect thing to send them.
Would you like to know how to clean up party confetti? This can be a messy chore. Luckily there are some easy tips and tools to make this job fast, easy and fun!
Do you have a gift cupboard? Every home should have a collection of small gifts for special occasions. Find out how to create a stash of fun and affordable gifts that are suitable for any occasions.
While attending the 2016 Gift Show by Consumer Product Events, I discovered some wonderful items to give to family and friends this holiday season. Here are 7 of my favorite items:
Whether you hate Mondays or love them, here are some funny quotes and statuses that you can use to make the beginning of the week a little more bearable.