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Fri. Jul 10th, 2020

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Kung Hei Fat Choy! Here we break down how the Chinese New Year is celebrated, with emphasis on the food, music, and dancing. Chinese New Year as known as "New Moon New Year". The most colorful and richest tradition is the Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year activities (i.e. Spring Festival activities) are commonly found during the happy festival time.... Read More
No need to be sad that Christmas is over. New Years Eve is on its way!!! Here are a few simple ideas that you can incorporate into your New Year’s Eve plans year after year… First things first. Let’s consider how we can help others have a fabulous New Year’s. Dandee Designs made this thoughtful …... Read More
I was a very active child (just ask my dad –  he will probably tell you that I am the reason for his grey hair) and I loved to make noise in New Years' eve party favors.  New Year’s Eve was a great time to be LOUD. There are many ways to make noise words.... Read More
It's time for you to book your best warm places to spend Christmas and New Year’s vacation if you haven’t already. Many of the best Christmas vacations for families have filled up, but the Trusted Travel Experts know about last-minute availability and have other options for off-the-beaten-path escapes. Check our list of holiday getaways and get planning ASAP.... Read More
This easy, no-cook "summer porridge" has make-ahead convenience and is filled with nutrition to get a healthy start of the day. Make it in individual mason jars for excellent serving size and an easy grab-and-go breakfast straight from the fridge (it's eaten cold). Take it along to work or anywhere. High in nutritional value-protein, calcium & fiber; low in fat & sugar. How to eat healthy without a kitchen? This no-cook low-calorie meal helps!... Read More