holiday season

holiday season

How to Write a Thoughtful Thank You Card

Christmas is over, which means instead of mailing out Christmas cards and gifts, it’s time to mail out those thank you cards for everything you received. You want to show those who gave you a gift how much you appreciate their thoughtfulness. The most common way to show that appreciation is through a thank you card.

Some people struggle with the best way to express themselves through a card, so there are some tips below to help you out. You don’t have to go broke trying to buy the most elaborate thank you cards. Most people actually appreciate a nice hand written note just taking the time to say thank you.

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Stay Healthy During Travel Season

It’s almost time to travel home for Thanksgiving. Crowded airports, public restrooms, taxi cabs and trains make it even harder to stay healthy during cold and flu season. If you aren’t careful (and sometimes even if you are) you could return from vacation and be too sick for class. Here are a few ways to avoid getting sick during your holiday travels.

  • Pack your own snacks. Immune boosting foods that are rich in antioxidants will help you fight off germs.
  • Too much caffeine and too much alcohol will dehydrate you. Green tea, 100 percent fruit juice and water will all keep you hydrated and help boost your immune system.

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Celebrating Thanksgiving Solo Can Still be a Blast

thanksgiving plateAs the holidays draw near, people are thinking of family time and lots of good food. Many college students have made or are preparing to make arrangements to head home for the holidays. Many people take for granted the option of going home for the holidays and for those that are at a school that’s a long distance from home, seeing your family for Thanksgiving might not be an option.

If you do find yourself staying on campus during the Thanksgiving holiday, don’t fret. There are plenty of ways you can celebrate Thanksgiving on your own without feeling left out.  Below are some of the things you can do to have a great Thanksgiving even if you’re flying solo. Read the rest of this entry »

The Five Best Holiday Movies

rudolph the red-nosed reindeerThe holiday season is here! We’ve eaten the turkey and the radio stations are playing holiday songs 24/7. It’s time to start watching those traditional holiday movies.

For your viewing pleasure, I compiled a list of some of my favorite holiday movies. So next time you need to avoid studying for finals or want to eat a big bag of popcorn with your parents, put on one of these movies and enjoy yourself. After all, the season only comes once a year.

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Cheap Holiday Gifts for Students

giftsThe holidays are when we spend time with family and friends that we haven’t seen in a while. We sing carols, feast on delicious family favorites, and exchange gifts. It is truly a special time of the year.

But what do you do when your part-time job doesn’t give you enough extra cash to buy mom that gold necklace she wants or to buy your significant other tickets to the concert he or she has been talking about since October?

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