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    Thanksgiving Cake Pops! -Guest Blogger

    I am super excited about today’s blog! My friend Jenn made adorable Thanksgiving cake pops, and documented her every step! I wish I could channel half of the Julia Child that she seems to have channeled! Check out more of Jenn’s culinary awesomeness at Jenn Cooks And Cakes!   The Holiday’s just seem to lend […]

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    Decorating Your Front Door for Fall

    Fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year. The trees are changing color and the air is beginning to cool. It’s a wonderful experience. Many people want to bring these great colors into their apartments and homes, but are not sure how. Here is an idea to get you in the mood […]

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    The Cookie Exchange

    Ah the holiday season- time for festive sweaters, decorating the office, and a delicious parade of food. All of this merriment leads to one thing: the infamous cookie exchange! Time to polish off your baking skills, dust off great grandma’s secret family recipe- you know the one 5 people died trying to get, and show […]

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  • APARTMENT LIVING

    Christmas Trees- Out with the Green and in with the Pink, White, Blue, & Black

    It may (or may not) sound crazy but Christmas trees aren’t limited to the traditional dark green anymore.  While there hasn’t been a tree farmer yet that can grow vibrantly colored trees, the artificial tree industry certainly has begun supplying them.  If you walk through a retail store this time of year you are sure […]

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    Habari gani? (“What’s New?”) The celebration of Kwanzaa!

    The fun doesn’t end after Christmas, for some, it’s only just begun! Celebrated Dec. 26-Jan.1, Kwanzaa is the unique African American celebration that focuses on the traditional African values of family, community responsibility, commerce, and self-improvement. Kwanzaa, which means, “first fruits of the harvest” in the African language Kiswahili, was founded in 1966 and is […]

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