Archives for November, 2013

Smart Packaging

by Kat Freestone   Have you ever found yourself jumping on your suitcase in an attempt to get it shut? We chronic over-packers could use a little help! As you prepare for holiday travels, here are a few must-read packing tips to keep in mind.

Seasonal Social Etiquette Dilemmas

by Katie Moss   The holiday season is approaching, and if you’re like me, you can’t wait to experience all the fun things that come with it. From gingerbread cookies to apple cider to quality time with friends and family, the holidays are full of exciting happenings and delicious foods and beverages. Unfortunately, the holiday season also comes with a …

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

by Sarah G. Mason   When we think of chilly weather in terms of heath, the flu normally comes to mind. There’s no doubt that the cold can be hard on your body, but there’s another side to the story, too. Caught the Bug While you may not appreciate it at the time, dropping temperatures aren’t all doom and gloom. …

Accessory Trends

  by Heather Aulisio   A new season means a new wardrobe and best of all, new accessories! The great thing about shoes, hats, belts, bags and jewelry is that they always fit, flatter and help make you look fabulous no matter what you are wearing. Read on to learn about some of the top accessory trends for the cool …

Holiday Gift Guide

  by Danielle Boudreau   ChefPad A fully Google certified tablet for the cooking enthusiast.This specially designed cooking assistant tablet is made for both the kitchen and personal entertainment. Built with a unique Chef Apps Zone that filters through thousands of apps to provide the best cooking content in a range of categories including recipes, drinks, shopping, cooking TV and …