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Holly Jolly Office Decorating

When it comes to holiday spirit, a little can go a long way. This is especially true in an environment like at your workplace. Whether you share a cubicle or you work in an office where everyone rides Segways, a little effort to add some cheer is usually much appreciated.

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Chris Dato December 17, 2014

Stay Healthy This Holiday Season

From the end of fall to the beginning of winter is prime time for the cold and flu. This is because the holiday season is a perfect storm for sickness, with the temperature dropping and places becoming more crowded. Here are some easy tips to help you avoid becoming a victim of the virus this cold season.

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Chris Dato December 16, 2014

Bite Sized Holiday Entertaining on Budget

Happy Friday Savvy Savers! I hope that you all are having a wonderful holiday season so far. It is time to get down to the nitty-gritty of all things shopping, traveling, and hosting. We know that it can get expensive quickly during this time of year, so it is essential to stay on top of your budget the next few weeks.

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Shannon Hanrahan December 12, 2014

Activities to Fight the Winter Blues

There are certain activities that are just better in the cold. While the cooler conditions are a necessity for some of these activities, its contribution to other pastimes is seemingly intangible. We don’t know why reading is better when it is raining, but it just is. In that spirit, here are a few activities that are just more magical in the winter.

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Chris Dato December 11, 2014

Good Holiday Party Practices

Whether you are hosting or attending, holiday parties are one of the best parts of winter. Obviously you have some responsibilities if you are going to host a successful Christmas party, but you are not entirely off the hook if you are arriving to the party as a guest either.

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Chris Dato December 09, 2014

Solving the Problem of Winter Workout Woes

There is something about the cold weather of winter that makes even the most menial task seem exhausting. When it starts to rain and snow, the desire is instinctual to move further away from the door and closer to the fireplace. So with so much temptation to stay sluggish, how do you find the energy and motivation to keep up your workout routine?

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Chris Dato December 08, 2014

The Heat is On

This year, 2014, is the year I moved into a wonderful new apartment in a great location…utilities not included. That’s right, people. This lady is paying for her own heat for the first time in her life, and I’m here to tell you – those toasty bills can cost you some cold hard cash if you’re not careful.

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Julia Dwyer Sullivan December 03, 2014

Winter Survival Tips for Your Car

There are a lot of great things that come with the cold weather of winter. Layering up as the temperature drops, pulling out the snowboarding gear, family time by the fire, and gingerbread flavored everything. However, the cool down also means treacherous road conditions and inclement weather that can wreak havoc on your car if the two of you are not prepared. Here are a few tips to avoid getting stuck out in the cold this winter.

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Chris Dato December 02, 2014