Christmas Holiday Articles
Whether you're bringing home a new pet this season or just trying to calm down the ones that are already stressed out by guests, new no-no's, or just your own anticipation, there's a remedy to the rescue!
I wrote about YouBar a while back to introduce this innovative healthy food company that allows people to create their own delicious and nutritious treats, including customizable protein bars and shakes. You really can't beat a company that lets you create your own products. Now, they've introduced something else to their line...and it's mouth-watering!
Planning a trip this summer or later this year during the holidays? Well, if you're going by plane, be prepared to wait on long lines, as 'anything but' is definitely the exception these days. But whether you are waiting on the ticket line, the baggage check line, or the boarding line, there are suitcases made just for you... they can be transformed into chairs!
Want the time? Read my eyes.
Just what you need... a sarcastic clock. Well, it's here and you can leave it to Suck UK to bring it to you.
If you haven't heard of synthetic wishbones, then you probably should have because it's a six figure industry that makes up a niche holiday business.
While Christmas is fresh on your minds, I know you inventors have plenty of ideas for how to improve it. Before those visions of sugar plums and the money to be made from them leave your minds, the Christmas Tree Shops, through Edison Nation, want your ideas. Hurry now, you have only until February 15, 2010 to get your entries in.
Gift baskets are always fun to receive, and pets love them as much as we do. This year's holiday pet gift baskets are more ingenious and beautiful than ever, with special ones for the dogs, cats, birds and horses that you know and love. There are even combination gift baskets, a one-shot gift idea for pet and pet-lover for Christmas, Kwanzaa and Hanukah!
The guilt goes on year after year. Do you buy a real tree or bring the plastic one down from the attic. Hmm. That plastic one is so tacky and it's not like it fools anyone. Why pretend? Michelle Weingeist has solved the problem elegantly with the sustainable aluminum spiral Christmas tree she named Tannenboing that doesn't pretend to be a real tree.