Leslie Morgan Steiner, ModernMom.com
The holiday season is upon us, and while it can be an exciting time, November and December can also be very stressful — especially when it comes to the food.
The holiday season can be a challenge to your weight as
temptations abound at holiday parties and dinners, but there are ways to
cheat your way through the holidays without gaining a pound, says Dr. Mehmet
The holiday shopping season is approaching, so it\’s time to think about ways to score the best deals at retailers.
Montgomery County Board of Education voted Tuesday to remove religious labels off school holidays. But members of the Islamic community say the adjustments to the school calendar do nothing to gain parity and a day off for the Muslim holiday of Eid.
Putting away a little extra now will keep your bank account merry come December.
Americans with paid time off on holidays like the Fourth of July
Yep, you read that right. The doors won\’t lock. Click the links to be taken to store locators.
Procrastinators take note: Time is running out for sending gifts and packages in time for Christmas.
Need a last minute gift and prefer something edible? FRESHFARM Markets is making it easy for D.C.-area residents to bring a taste of the region to family and friends this season with its gift baskets.
Americans tend to gain between 1 to 10 pounds between Thanksgiving
and New Year\’s — and we\’re not talking muscle. Stay on track with this guide.
There\’s no doubt that having family and friends visit for the holidays fills the house with joy and excitement — but what can you fix to fill their stomachs?
Getting sick during the holidays is the last thing anybody wants.
But so many people get worn down that it doesn\’t take much for a scratchy throat
sniffles to kick in.
If you have a fitness enthusiast on your holiday gift-giving
list, there are plenty of items out there to stuff in stockings and pile under the
tree. But where do you start? Here are a few ideas.
Most photos this holiday season will be taken with cellphones. Capturing good images indoors presents challenges. Photographer Cedric Terrell offers tips for better holiday photos.