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Alternatives To Common Valentine’s Gifts

Millions of people are set to spend untold dollars on Valentine’s Day gifts or experiences this year. Data compiled by InfographicPlaza.com indicates that individuals traditionally spend the most on jewelry, a night out, flowers, apparel, and gift cards on Valentine’s Day. Fifty-two percent of people who buy Valentine’s gifts will spend money on candy, particularly […]
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Features To Look For In A Fitness Center

Each January, individuals make New Year’s resolutions that focus on getting fit. Soon afterwards, the phones at area gyms start ringing off the hook with men and women looking to become new members. In fact, according to IHRSA, The Global Health & Fitness Association, 12 percent of all new gym memberships begin in January. Gyms […]
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Winter Tailgating Tips

Winter may chill things down, but tailgating season is still hot. While the National Football League season gets started when the leaves still haven’t changed colors, it runs through the heart of the winter, with the season culminating on February 13. But that’s not the only professional sports schedule that dominates the season. Hockey drops […]
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10 Gift Ideas For People Who Love To Cook

Many people know someone who loves spending lots of time in the kitchen. Certain home cooks may enjoy whipping up favorite recipes, while others might get excited about experimenting with new flavors and ingredients. A love of cooking paves the way for many different gifting opportunities. Food-related gifts also come in a wide variety of […]
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Tips And Tricks For Cutting Out Cookies

Baking is a holiday tradition in many households. The aroma of freshly baked cakes, pies and cookies wafts through the air of many homes this time of year, and that makes the holiday season even more special. Cookies are a tradition passed down through the ages. In medieval Europe, small, spiced cookies were exchanged as […]
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Tips For Traveling With Gifts In Tow

“There’s no place like home for the holidays.” The popular Christmas tune says it best, and millions of people support that notion every year by heading back to their hometowns to spend the holidays with friends and family. The Bureau of Transportation Statistics points out that the Thanksgiving and Christmas/New Year’s holiday periods are some […]