We know that many of you are looking for super-awesome holiday greetings — something more than a fantastic family photo that is just going to end up in someone's trash post-holidays. If you're one of those on the search for a kick-ass holiday greeting, you're going to flip (and then more-than-likey cry) over wedding photographer Mike Allebach's Slow Motion Love Notes.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of holidays posts.
I'm slated to host Christmas Eve at my home again, and last year it was fun… except for one uncle ruined it with snarky comments and flat-out negativity. He bitched about the food, the tackiness of the decorations, and the gifts people gave.
At the time, I was more concerned about hosting duties and making sure my family was having a good time, so I just tried to roll with it. Nobody in the family had the guts to say anything, except to talk about it after he left.
This year though… fuck that, I don't want any of that shit in my house.
How do I keep his horrible attitude in line in my own home?
Now that the holidays are rapidly approaching, ovens will be running on overtime, and kitchens are gonna get messy. To keep that mess in your kitchen and off your fantastic holiday outfit, you're gonna need an apron.
I love everything to do with gifting: giving them, receiving them, scheming them, you name it. Since I have a kid a lot of my non-parent friends and family members will often ask me what kind of fun, kind of weird, somewhat non-traditional gifts they should give their nephews, nieces, family friends (and so on..) and I've decided I should just compile a list to make it easy on everyone.
This is my first "cold season" in the Northern Hemisphere, and I'm excited and nervous about Halloween. As an Aussie in Canada my experience covers dressing up spooky, but not much else. I would love some advice about the practical things I can do to enjoy it with friends and any visiting kids.
I'm pretty stoked that I just found the perfect Father's Day gift(s) for my dad over on Think Geek, so I thought I'd give y'all a heads-up if you were still looking. Think Geek has these cool Father's Day gift sets, from Garden Dad, to Star Wars Dad and more! And here's a special code for a free shipping offer.