Hosting a holiday party in your apartment has its challenges, but it can be done – and with style. Here are 8 steps to throw a holiday party that's full of cheer.
It's holiday time and you love hosting parties. The only problem is how to deal with guests who overstay their welcome. We've got six tips to help with an exit plan.
With a huge Thanksgiving feast, comes a huge amount of Thanksgiving leftovers. So, what do you do with all that food? We've got 5 suggestions to keep things interesting.
Thanksgiving is a time of family and friends coming together – and days on end with no school. Not to worry. We've come up with 30 ways to keep your kids entertained.
Imagine yourself on the sofa flanked on either side by your 80-year-old granny and an overly curious 5-year-old niece. What will you all talk about? Don’t bring up the weather. You can do so much better than that. Really. You…
You’re in the homestretch. The holiday season halfway over. You've almost made it. All you have to do is get through the end of December. You love your family dearly, we know that. But sitting around the fireplace and pretending to be excited about grandma’s hand-knit holiday sweater that you technically only have 15 more hours to wear isn't exactly your idea of a joyous holiday.Not only that, the people you have to deal with are a pain! But they’re your family, so slap on a smile and read on to find out how to deal with your most difficult relatives over the next couple of weeks.
Throwing yourself an apartment housewarming party seems like such a grown-up thing to do, doesn’t it? You want to show it off – you’re able to be a well-adjusted adult with your own place! Do you have it all together,…
Break out the Team USA gear – the Winter Olympics are here! Starting today in Sochi, Russia, athletes from all over the world will come together in peaceful competition to see who deserves to stand atop a podium adorned with a medal. (The Opening Ceremonies air tonight on NBC, beginning at 7:30 EST. Competition begins Friday.) Sure, these athletes have spent the better parts of their lives striving to compete in the Games – countless hours have been spent practicing, training, and perfecting their skills. We’re in awe of them, but we also want to have a little fun of our own while we watch the competition. So why not celebrate by holding a mini-Olympics in your apartment? These games involve ordinary household items and won’t damage your space or, more importantly, you. Make some fake medals, invite some friends over, and see who wins gold.