2020 was the year nobody saw coming. Many of us entered this year feeling hopeful, only to find that the world had other plans in store! While some people have still had a great year on a personal level, it is safe to say that the upheaval of our lives has taken its toll on most of us. Wherever you are from in the world, the coronavirus pandemic has likely affected how you live.
Christmas is fast approaching, and it can be difficult to know what to get for the man in your life. If your husband or boyfriend has more refined, luxury tastes, it can be especially difficult – a case of beer, a video game, or a novelty shirt might not cut it!
Everyone has a woman in their life who is difficult when it comes to choosing gifts. Whether it’s your partner, mother, or a distant cousin, you’ll no doubt feel a sense of dread every time a special occasion comes around and you need to buy for them. Luckily, even for the woman who seems to have everything, there are gifts that she’s bound to treasure. Here are some ideas.
Although the holidays may seem like they’re still ages away, they’ll be here before you know it. That said, it’s really never too early to start planning your decorating scheme, especially if you know you’ll be busy entertaining guests, baking, and shopping once it’s actually closer to go time. One of the most important holiday decorating decisions anyone makes is whether to choose a real Christmas tree or an artificial alternative. The following are just a few great reasons why you should really consider making this year’s tree an artificial beauty instead of the real deal.
Whether you see your grandma on a daily basis or you only see her on special occasions during the year, making her Christmas merry and bright will put a smile on her face. If you aren’t sure what to get the woman who had a hand in starting your family, then consider getting all of the grandchildren together to give her one large gift. With careful planning, your grandma will feel the love of the season all year long.
This article written by Georgie from Drill Service talks you through creating your very own DIY Christmas wreath in five simple steps.
Creating your own Christmas wreath is not only a great way to save money, but it is also sure to get you feeling festive! You can also make a wreath that suits your personal taste and fits in with your holiday decor. This super straightforward guide shows you how to quickly and easily make a Christmas wreath in less than 10 minutes!
The holidays are a fun time of year, but they can also be pretty stressful. It’s a nice, festive time, and you get to spend valuable time away from work and with your family and friends. It’s also the time of year for exchanging gifts.
Which is great when you’re on the receiving end, but can be a little bit of a problem when you need to choose the perfect gift for someone else. There are, after all, only so many Christmases that you can get away with buying socks or smellies without someone getting really bored by the present. We know that technically it’s the thought that counts, but buying the same old generic gifts year in and year out doesn’t really scream, “I gave this a lot of thought,” does it? But don’t worry; we have you covered.
When you think of leftover Christmas breads, fruitcake seems to be the one item that is singled out. Whereas other Christmas breads like Banana Nut, Spiced Apple, Pecan Maple, Lemon Loaf and Holiday Rum and Eggnog breads leave nary a crumb, there is still life left in those leftover breads to enjoy as the season winds down. A few suggestions here will certainly alleviate any pangs of guilt when you realize you need not throw these pieces of bread away with the trash.
The holiday season has come and gone yet again. However, after the great unwrapping, you realize that Christmas produces mounds of trash. Boxes, wrapping paper, greenery and leftover decorations create a big cleanup challenge. Here are some ideas for managing the mess in eco-friendly ways.
Even though many families enjoy having Christmas lights, decorating the outside of your home can turn into a time-consuming chore if you aren’t careful. No one wants to spend a weekend tracking down dead bulbs or taking multiple trips to the store to find matching lights. These five tips and tricks will help you hang up your Christmas lights without those frustrations.
The first step in this process is to measure all of the surfaces that you plan on adorning with lights. You will also need to measure the distance from those surfaces to the nearest power source. With all of those numbers written down, you won’t have to wander through the store trying to guess how many packages of lights you need.