Spring fever is on its way out, and while wedding season is upon us, the other side of the coin reveals a less thrilling season: break-up season. For those in the midst of a break-up, not everything is coming up rainbows and butterflies. No, simply put, break-ups suck. Whether you’re the one doing the dirty […]

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You’ve been doling out presents ever since that first popsicle stick picture frame you made in preschool. Even experts, though, could use a bit of fresh advice. Here are a few quick tips to get you started on the right foot:                                                                                                                                                                         Start Early. Sure, that birthday/housewarming/holiday is weeks away, but nothing […]

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Father’s Day, the annual holiday that’s celebrated on the third Sunday of June, is a day when we recognize the man in our life who is always there to offer his love, support, guidance… and silly jokes. This Father’s Day, skip the typical tie or mug and surprise your dad with the gift of laughter. […]

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As the saying goes, “blood is thicker than water.” A family is a tight-knit unit, and it can often take years before one is accepted and welcomed into such an exclusive club; however, your sister, cousin, aunt, or brother, is engaged, and you want to start things off in a positive direction. The engagement is […]

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A good co-worker often has a way of finding a place in our hearts, eventually being upgraded from the title of “co-worker,” to “friend.” Maybe you’re not quite there yet, but you’re on your way, and now they’re engaged. You’ve been working together side-by-side for months now, and you can sense the friendship beginning to […]

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My grandmother is 96 years old, and doing pretty well for herself. She still lives at home, enjoys good health, she loves spending time with family and friends. But choosing just the right gifts for her is increasingly hard. Her house is stuffed full of knickknacks and trinkets, souvenirs and mementos and collectibles of all […]

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If you’re anything like me, you have a tendency to avoid spring fever, and catch something around the holidays instead. Now, I’m not talking about your typical cold or flu. I conveniently have a habit of beginning a new relationship during the holiday season, catching what I like to call winter fever. While I have […]

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