No one can possibly fault me for leaving my holiday shopping to the last minute. Between having to
bake buy cookies for my son’s preschool bake off to getting the house ready for holiday guests, the whole concept of gift giving (and even receiving) completely slipped my mind. I firmly believe, however, that it is not only ok to shop in the eleventh hour, but that it is almost encouraged! Extended hours in retail land abound offering savings on top of savings if you buy just one more gift this holiday season. Am I wrong to deduce, then, that it might even pay to be so last minute? Perhaps not. Either way, I wanted to show support for my fellow last minute shoppers with some quick frame recommendations for everyone in the family:
In spite of the Back to School commercials flooding the television networks and the fact that department stores have been featuring fall clothing for weeks, it is still very much summer as far as I am concerned. My husband and I decided to take a weekend trip to Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend. The main goals were to: (1) relax, (2) eat and (3) check out Monticello – Thomas Jefferson’s home.
Perhaps I am the wrong person to ask because as far as I am concerned, the response is a clear and simple: often! However, I realize that because neither money nor glasses grows on trees – yes, I have checked multiple times – the following are simple rules to help guide you in answering that question in a more practical manner:
Spotlight on Vitamin C
Vitamin C is an antioxidant found in fruits and veggies. It is an essential nutrient that, when taken in proper quantities, has a ton of health benefits. Like any vitamin deficiency, a shortage of Vitamin C can be problematic and introduce a host of issues in the short- and long-term.