15 Holiday Items You Can Recycle (and 5 You Can’t)

The hustle and bustle of the holidays keeps us all busy, and by the end, we’re often left overloaded with unnecessary bits and baubles. The greeting cards and wreaths that were once festive are now just taking up space.  So, how do we dispose of these items responsibly? Not everything can be tossed in our curbside bins, so we’ve created a list of 20 common … Continue reading 15 Holiday Items You Can Recycle (and 5 You Can’t)

Holiday Decorating Ideas from the Experts

’Tis the season for jolly decor and very-merry style. We caught up with leading design experts and influencers to see how they were trimming their outdoor spaces this festive season with plenty of tips and tricks to inspire your own holiday decorating. Picture Perfect Front Porch “I absolutely love decorating my front porch all year round, but the holidays are extra magical,” leading Atlanta-based designer … Continue reading Holiday Decorating Ideas from the Experts

7 DIY Holiday Wreaths

Zhuzh up your front door with a DIY wreath this holiday season. Before you sigh thinking about money spent at the craft store, look around your home first. Most, if not all, of the supplies you need for these ideas are in your house or backyard. Browse these creative DIY wreath ideas and see if any spark your creativity. Jump to SectionEvergreen Wreath Box & … Continue reading 7 DIY Holiday Wreaths

10 Fun Things to Do on Thanksgiving

If you’re not in charge of cooking this year for Thanksgiving, why not provide the entertainment for your guests while you wait for the main meal to begin? This will keep the “Is the food ready yet?” questions to a minimum, and it will keep boredom at bay. Check out the following festive activities the whole family can enjoy. 1 — Flag Football Is there … Continue reading 10 Fun Things to Do on Thanksgiving

How to Host Friendsgiving

Friendsgiving has been a huge holiday in recent years, with seven in 10 Americans ranging from ages 18 to 38 preferring Friendsgiving over a traditional Thanksgiving. We totally get it — you don’t have to worry about being on your best behavior, offending grandma, or being bombarded with personal questions. If you’ve ever felt this way on Turkey Day, why not host Friendsgiving and celebrate … Continue reading How to Host Friendsgiving