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What’s Your Biggest Fear when Cooking a Holiday Meal? Try these 3 Quick Tips from Le Cordon Bleu

December 17, 2010 No Comments

What’s Your Biggest Fear when Cooking a Holiday Meal? Try these 3 Quick Tips from Le Cordon Bleu You forget to turn on the oven? You run out of a key ingredient? Someone extra shows up to eat? Nah – the biggest fear for most cooks who are preparing the holiday meal is that the main course th... continue reading...

6 Tips for Keeping the Holiday Spirit During this Hectic Season

December 14, 2010 No Comments

6 Tips for Keeping the Holiday Spirit During this Hectic Season By now, you are probably in the thick of the Christmas season – shopping, baking, planning special dinner, figuring out logistics, going to parties, finishing holiday cards…have you taken a breath yet? Christmas comes at the same time ever... continue reading...

Fitness Expert/Entrepreneur Tony Little Talks about His New Holiday Traditions

December 12, 2010 No Comments

Fitness Expert/Entrepreneur Tony Little Talks about His New Holiday Traditions Tony Little spent last year’s Christmas in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) with his month-old sons, Chase and Cody, who were born extremely premature. This year, the one-year-old boys are home and getting stronger every ... continue reading...

Everlife’s Sarah Ross talks about Her True Christian Christmas Traditions

December 11, 2010 1 Comment

Everlife’s Sarah Ross talks about Her True Christian Christmas Traditions She’s toured with her sisters as part of the rock trio Everlife on major tours including Miley Cyrus, The Cheetah Girls and the Jonas Brothers, but Sarah Ross keeps her feet on the ground when she and her family emphasize the ... continue reading...

Festive Healthy Holiday Hot Drink for the Family

December 1, 2010 No Comments

Festive Healthy Holiday Hot Drink for the Family While you are decorating the house or baking cookies for the holiday season, why not try a new twist on hot chocolate? Almond milk is super healthy. Some doctors like it better than cow’s milk due to the high calcium content (45% of your daily value in one... continue reading...

Actress/Producer Shirly Brener Discusses Her International Upbringing and Holiday Traditions

November 30, 2010 No Comments

Actress/Producer Shirly Brener Discusses Her International Upbringing and Holiday Traditions Shirly Brener is a very prolific actress and producer in both Hollywood and Israel with numerous projects and film credits. She played John Cusak’s wife in the movie War Inc, appeared in Righteous Kill with Rober... continue reading...

DYAO Contestant Katie Fanok Talks About Her Holiday Traditions

November 29, 2010 1 Comment

DYAO Contestant Katie Fanok Talks About Her Holiday Traditions In our continuing series profiling celebrities and their holiday traditions, Katie Fanok tells Family First about her wonderful favorites and traditions she has with her family. Fanok was recently a contestant on the show “Dance Y... continue reading...

Best Holiday Songs for Families? Try something new!

November 28, 2010 No Comments

Best Holiday Songs for Families?  Try something new! This post was written by Mark Biesterfeld, Owner of Petite Musician in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Recently, a dad in one of my Petite Musician music classes asked for some suggestions for new and “non-traditional” Christmas music. As I thought through m... continue reading...

TwitterMoms Founder Megan Calhoun Gives You Her Smart Holiday Shopping Tips

November 19, 2010 1 Comment

TwitterMoms Founder Megan Calhoun Gives You Her Smart Holiday Shopping Tips Moms want to make sure they are being smart with their spending for every single purchase and making the most of their money for their holiday spending. Here to help: Megan Calhoun, founder of TwitterMoms, a community of influentia... continue reading...

Traditional Invitations meet Smartphone Technology for Instant RSVP

October 15, 2010 1 Comment

Traditional Invitations meet Smartphone Technology for Instant RSVP No matter who you are, it’s still fun to get something in the mail, a real invitation that you can hold. With the advent of “E-Vites” several years ago, it seemed printed invitations might not survive. However, one company has brough... continue reading...

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