Christmas is the time of the year that brings to mind chilly weather and toasty fires, family gatherings, gift giving, holiday beverages, and enough food to last well into next year. But, there’s more to Christmas than you may know including Xmas origins, Santa’s calorie intake, and true cost of the infamous “12 Days of Christmas”.
Spending quality time with your family strengthens bonds and can make you feel happy. The Christmas holiday provide an excellent opportunity to spend time with our family members. But how do you make sure that you making the most of your quality time?
We all certainly associate the Christmas Tree with Christmas but it is also a time for indulgence. This 12 Drinks of Christmas will guide you through the day. From bubbly in the morning, to wine over dinner, and a naughty night cap, this guide includes every Christmas drink you need.
The fight over whether to put up a real or artificial Christmas tree has been around since the 1930’s. This is about the time that artificial trees were first introduced. But which is better to buy, especially when you consider the environmental costs?
There is nothing like a fresh-cut living Christmas tree. Not only do they look beautiful, they make your home smell amazing. A downside however is that when you bring home a living tree, you may also be inviting thousands of little insects that are hibernating inside the tree
It’s almost that time of year when everyone starts thinking about Christmas and putting up the Christmas decorations. The question many have is to go with an artificial tree or a a fragrant, freshly cut tree? Do wonder which might be better for the environment? The following infographic can help make a green decision this year.
Christmas will be upon us before we know it. An if you have ever been curious as to why you might prefer a specific Christmas light color, here is the answer. Based on the Psychology of Color, ChristmasLightsEtc.com, reveals the true meaning of the Christmas lights colors you are choosing.
While many of us are looking forward to Thanksgiving, with turkey, stuffing, pie and the gathering of friends and family, for many (kids ages 5-55), Thanksgiving is simply a window to something even better – the putting up of the Christmas tree. But in our rush to find and “light up” this holiday centerpiece, we often overlook safety.
Which Christmas trees hold on to their needles the best and which one smells of Christmas? This infographic will help you discover which variety is the perfect tree for you. It also provides tips on how to keep it happy when you get it home.
This infographic takes a historical look at the Christmas tree. It also provides information on which Christmas trees are the most popular, sales statistics of “real vs fake” Christmas trees, and even takes a look at some of the most famous Chr