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Lifestyle
by kbuzz
7 years ago
Holiday Music Play List Classical and Fun

Having a play list of both classical and fun, lively music at hand helps the holiday party reach the goals of relaxation and fun. Get a favorite play list early on, and slide right into the holiday planning mode.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
7 years ago
Holiday Events and Attractions in Fort Worth, Texas

Every town it seems decks the halls with great light displays. Count Fort Worth, Texas in on that one. What is different about Fort Worth for the winter holidays brings up stage coach rides, cowboy santas, and real life cattle drives. Go there for the holidays!

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
7 years ago
Thanksgiving Day Playlist with Alice's Restaurant

Parties and celebrations typically include music. Consider a playlist for Thanksgiving Day as well. As the list is pondered, check out the story behind Alice's Restaurant, a piece typically played by the radio stations only on Thanksgiving Day.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
7 years ago
Top Children's Holiday Books for 2011

Intriguing indeed is the search for a great book every year.  The search goes on all year and does not limit the search to titles newly published that year. Through conducting the infamous workshop, and it IS infamous among teachers, I have amassed many children’s holiday books.  A need is that the chosen book be laugh-out-loud funny or have such a great storyline that the emotional tug from its reading brings about teary eyes.  The book must somehow relate to winter or the winter holidays. That’s quite a demand of a book!  Not many titles qualify.  After twenty years of doing the workshop, it is time to declare arguably the top ten children’s holiday titles on my shelf.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
7 years ago
Gift Exchange Ideas

Make the activity of opening the gifts at a party a key element in the party fun. Consider different types of gift exchanges and make the activity as much fun as the gifts themselves!

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Make Your Credit Cards Pay You

Credit cards companies are thinking of all kinds of ways to keep their business segment profitable. No one can blame them for that. Frees for this and fees for that lurk around every corner. Fewer cards are available with no annual fee than were around before the credit crunch of late. Think beyond the yearly fee, and make those credit cards pay YOU.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
7 years ago
A Fun Thanksgiving Day Quiz

Have a bit of fun on Thanksgiving Day with a few 'quiz' questions. Or, just enjoy some of the interesting facts about Thanksgiving Day. Through doing so, one can get a bit of Thanksgiving history and some fun trivia.

Travel & Places
by kbuzz
7 years ago
The Best Staycation Plans

Why consider a staycation versus vacation? Reasons abound such as lack of time and money. There is no need to feel cheated. With careful planning, a staycation might be a best kid vacation. Take planning hints from great vacations taken out of one's home city.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
7 years ago
Winter Wear Miracle

No shortage of winter wear graces the store shelves and mail order catalog pages. Look no further than the miracle of silk for warmth in the coldest of winters.

Health
by kbuzz
8 years ago
The Five Best Gifts to Give Your Child

Parents spend hours searching for the best gifts for their children for e special occasioms. Consider the intangible gifts as the best choices to be given year round.

Entertainment
by kbuzz
7 years ago
January and February Winter Wonderland in Houston?

Take a look at the two coldest months of a Houston winter, January and February and just a few of  the possibilities available.  The weather does turn chilly and often downright cold.  Ice storms destroy tree limbs across the city often in fact.  So, what do the residents of Space City do in the wintry months of January and February after the obvious December winter holiday activities end?

Business & Money
by kbuzz
8 years ago
PT Barnum and The Art of Money Getting Applied Today

P.T. Barnum wrote The Art of Money Getting back in the 1880s. The thoughts provided therein make good business sense even today.

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