Read more about the article 5 Awesome Free Things to Do on Black Friday
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5 Awesome Free Things to Do on Black Friday

The following post is from Rachel of The Minimalist Mom: Are you a Black Friday shopper? Last year 225 million people went shopping the day after Thanksgiving. That's one in three Americans. Some of them camped out overnight and missed Thanksgiving with their family in the name of a good deal. Now, I love a…

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Read more about the article How to Be a Light This Christmas
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How to Be a Light This Christmas

The following post is from Amanda of OhAmanda.com and Impress Your Kids: As I sat down to write this Christmas-themed post, I read the news about the school shooting in Connecticut. It's only been a few hours since it began and people everywhere are grieving. In such a happy, magical time of year, there is…

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Read more about the article Preparing Your Home for the Holidays: Bathrooms
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Preparing Your Home for the Holidays: Bathrooms

Tara from Deal Seeking Mom and I have teamed up to bring you a special series over the next two weeks called Preparing Your Home for the Holidays. Join us as we clean and declutter so that we can fully enjoy the holiday season without being distracted by dirt and clutter. I'll be sharing tips for…

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Best Christmas Albums for Kids and Their Parents {Plus a Free Music Download!}

The following guest post is from Jennifer of Swing Whistle Zing: Music is about as important to the holiday season as cookies and presents. What would Christmas be without its accompanying soundtrack of carols, hymns and original popular Christmas songs? But, if your children get stuck on a favorite album (or worse a favorite song)…

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Five Ways to Make the Christmas Season More Organized

The following post is from Becky of Organizing Made Fun: Every year, Christmas can be such a blissful time for the family. But, it can also be a daunting task to fit everything in that inevitably comes up during the season, too. Here are five ways that you can enjoy the season  and keep organized…

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A Messy Christmas

The following post is from Amanda of OhAmanda.com and Impress Your Kids: There are only 5 days until Christmas. Are you ready? Is your tree up? Decorated? Have you made Christmas cookies? Bought presents? Wrapped them? Made neighbor gifts? Done a homemade advent calendar? Delivered Christmas food to a needy family? Hand addressed your Christmas…

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5 New Purposes for Old Christmas Cards

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: What do you do with all those beautiful Christmas cards when the season is over? How much waste are we generating in our attempts to keep in touch? Our family has reduced our Christmas card waste by sending photo postcards and an online update, thus doing…

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