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Decking the Halls of History: The Origins of Christmas Decorations

Decking the Halls of History: The Origins of Christmas Decorations

Dec 24
The idea of hanging up decorations in the middle of winter is older than Christmas itself.

Top 10 Gifts People Repeatedly Give and Get Every Year

Top 10 Gifts People Repeatedly Give and Get Every Year

Dec 21
A survey of 2,000 Americans who celebrate a winter holiday by giving or receiving gifts found 81% prefer receiving gifts they'll actually use throughout the year.

Buy, Lease or Subscribe to Add Solar Panels to Your Home

Buy, Lease or Subscribe to Add Solar Panels to Your Home

By Cathy Bussewitz | Dec 20
Homeowners are clamoring to power through blackouts that have become a regrettably frequent part of life in California. The cost of solar panels and batteries has fallen.

Toy Stores Hope Play Time Inside Their Shops Lead to Sales

Toy Stores Hope Play Time Inside Their Shops Lead to Sales

By Anne D'Innocenzio | Dec 20
A new generation of toy stores hopes to capitalize on the demise of the old Toys R Us by emphasizing playtime. They are fighting for a chunk of the $28 billion U.S. toy market.

Holiday Decorating Tips for the Minimalist

Holiday Decorating Tips for the Minimalist

Dec 18
Looking to enjoy a minimalist Christmas? Get tips and tricks that make decorating a breeze along with YouTube designer Julie Blanner's favorite minimalist Christmas decor ideas.

4 Holiday Decorating Ideas

4 Holiday Decorating Ideas

Dec 17
From garland and wreaths to door swag that will wow your holiday guests, here are four easy ways to amp up your seasonal decor.

Nice Packages: Sexy Holiday Gifts for a Loved One or Yourself

Nice Packages: Sexy Holiday Gifts for a Loved One or Yourself

By Cornelius Washington | Dec 16
If you're like many people who want to improve their sex and love quotients in the upcoming year, here are few selections for some sexy gifts, whether hung by a chimney or wrapped up with care.

Why Americans Wake Up on the 'Wrong Side of the Bed' 300 Days Per Year

Why Americans Wake Up on the 'Wrong Side of the Bed' 300 Days Per Year

Dec 13
Americans wake up on "the wrong side of the bed" 300 times a year, meaning only about 65 mornings are "good" ones — according to new research.

4 Ways Procrastinators Can Win at Gift-Giving

4 Ways Procrastinators Can Win at Gift-Giving

Dec 11
It's down to the wire, but there are still methods to save money on your last-minute holiday purchases. Here are four simple ways to do it.

How Will the China-U.S. Trade War Affect Your Holiday Shopping?

How Will the China-U.S. Trade War Affect Your Holiday Shopping?

Dec 10
With more tariffs on Chinese imports set to take effect this month, holiday shoppers in the U.S. face a dilemma: buy the Apple iPhone 11 or Hasbro toy action figures now or risk facing higher prices later.

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