For many, dealing with family estrangement during the holidays is real. I’ve been there, and I know the feeling.
It’s the most wonderful (and busiest) time of the year. Get tips on how to prep for the holidays stress and worry free.
With the holidays quickly approaching, Prerna has some tips on how to create family holiday rules to help keep the true focus on the reason for the season.
It’s that time of the year again. I am accepting submissions for The Cubicle Chick 2014 Holiday Gift Guide. Get your brand or business featured. Deets here.
The holidays are for family, but if there is family tension, it can be difficult. Here are six ways to help keep your family’s holiday season drama free.
Contributor Prerna Malik gives you three practical Work at Home Mom tips for working while managing the busy holiday season. It’s not easy but can be done.
This year, we also brought to you many topics and articles that have become popular online. Because of this, I thought it would be cool to bring to you our 7 most popular blog posts and articles from 2012
This is the most wonderful time of the year. What better way to celebrate it than to go ahead and pop the question? Here’s tips on how to propose during the holidays.
The Elf on a Shelf is an awesome Christmas Tradition. The story goes as such: The big guy at the North Pole sends his trusty elves aka scouts out to families to watch the children.
A peppermint wreath is the perfect solution for someone wanting a minty fresh spin (pun intended!) on the traditional holiday wreath.
Christmas bonuses are rare these days due to the economy, but they aren’t totally out of the question. If you do receive one this year, you want to make sure it goes a long way.
I may be 37 years old, but I still write out a wish list for Christmas called my Grown Up Christmas List. I write this list out, not because I expect to get something, but because it’s fun for me to dream. And who knows? It just may come true!