10 Reasons Why Summer Can’t Get Here Fast Enough

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Autumn and winter are a beautiful time of the year. From the beautiful snow to the festive cold weather holidays, it’s hard not to love the cooler months. However, it doesn’t take long for the average person to get sick … Continue reading

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Did You Know? Thanksgiving Trivia!

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By Sean Carter What comes to your mind when you think of Thanksgiving? The big fat golden-brown turkey? Grandma’s pumpkin pie? Or the oh-so-nice cranberries and corn-on-the-cob? Well well, all these ARE a major part of the Thanksgiving holiday. But … Continue reading

25 Thanksgiving Quotations

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By Danielle Hollister “It is therefore recommended … to set apart Thursday the eighteenth day of December next, for solemn thanksgiving and praise, that with one heart and one voice the good people may express the grateful feelings of their … Continue reading

Sean Carter Presents: Thanksgiving History and Origin

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By Sean Carter One of the biggest and warmest holidays of the United States, Thanksgiving has its history and origin way back in centuries. There are various instances of thanksgiving observances in history, all of which bear resemblance to the … Continue reading

Screw The Turkey and Make These Seafood Thanksgiving Dishes

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One of the great things about being in your own home for the holidays is the freedom to host your own Thanksgiving meal, instead of graciously adhering to someone else’s schedule and choices. You’re able to start a tradition that … Continue reading

Top Story: 10 Gifts for the Female Fitness Nut in Your Life

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Maybe it’s your sister, best friend, coworker, or daughter, but chances are, you have a female fitness nut in your life. So what do you get for the girl who has everything (even those 6-pack abs)? Here are 10 ideas … Continue reading

5 Reasons Not To Wait Until Black Friday To Start Your Christmas Shopping

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It happens every year. You’ve been walking past Christmas decorations in stores since August and even late July. But then before you realize it, November sneaks up on you. You are unprepared for Christmas, and now you get to join … Continue reading