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Whip these up ahead of time to de-stress your holiday morning.
Nearly 200 million Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged every year. Is your card sending the right message to your Valentine?
Chinese New Year customs can bring a welcome sense of renewal to a seemingly endless winter. Ready to ring in the Year of the Rabbit with a fresh outlook? Here’s how.
How Bill Murray nearly went to court for a groundhog, a recipe for bootlegged “groundhog punch,” and more.
Many of the foods people traditionally eat for luck on New Year’s Eve are believed to bring a year of prosperity and good health.
Build a safe, strong fire that will last for hours with this simple technique.
Spend your time building memories with family and friends instead of in the kitchen.
Certain seasonal routines may be silently weakening your immune system. Here, how to avoid getting sick over the holidays.
These charming Christmas ornaments not only look nifty on a tree but nod to some colorful stories about America’s presidents.
A struggling patient teaches a student nurse that miracles come in many sizes.
The flimsy package didn’t contain the ice skates that I wanted. Instead it was bursting with magic.
We had very little that Christmas, but Mom managed to pull off a holiday I will never forget.
A skeptical journalist begins to find miraculous rare pennies from her deceased father.
Add holiday cheer to your home without breaking the bank. Here’s how to decorate for Christmas with ornaments you’re not using.
These true stories from readers like you prove that, deep down, Christmas has always been about the joy of giving.
Cutting corners on certain winter habits may leave you with chilly regret.
If the past is a different country, as the saying goes, we invite you to take a trip via these charming images to celebrate the holidays in a simpler, smaller place.
Whether you’re hanging Christmas lights or questioning poinsettias, protect your home and family by approaching holiday decorating safely.
Three-quarters of us think it’s OK to recycle gifts. Here’s how to regift like a pro.
These true stories from readers like you prove that a well-timed letter, a handful of pennies, or a single gust of wind can make an ordinary Christmas a cherished memory.