A Very Monkey Christmas with Crafty Morning

Many of us, in the U.S., don't use our hands daily to make things like an artisan. The holiday season brings out peoples creativity. It typically starts with Halloween and ends with New Years Eve. In my family, Christmas is my time to shine. My husband doesn't want out tree up before Thanksgiving, but he... Continue Reading →

Are Retailers Purposely Selling Ugly Sweaters ?

Have you noticed stores are going out of their way to sell ugly sweaters? Year after year, ugly sweaters have gradually taken over the holiday season. In the past, you had to go to a Salvation Army, Good Will, or Thrift Store to find one. They certainly weren't form fitting. So, why are we buying... Continue Reading →

What To Wear To A Fall Wedding

Ladies, it's that time again! It's wedding season around the world. Whether it's a sister, mother, cousin, aunt, or friend you have to look your best for their wedding. For one, you don't want to be caught in an unflattering dress, because plenty of pictures will be taken of the wedding party as well as... Continue Reading →

Today is Ice Cream Sandwich Day! The holiday started in the 1900s. It is celebrated every year Aug 2. The original sandwich was made with milk biscuits and ice cream. They quickly gained popularity, because they were cheap and portable. Today, ice cream sandwiches are not hard to find. Most convenient stores sell them. You... Continue Reading →

End of summer savings advice and fall shopping tips

Thrifty shoppers know that the perfect time to shop for seasonal clothes are transition months. September is the transition from summer to fall. If you've noticed malls, boutiques, and online stores are usually a season ahead. Retailers advertise transition months in four ways. Lookbooks: Today, designers add lookbooks to their websites. These lookbooks showcase that... Continue Reading →

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