Christmas decoration

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How to plan expenses for the holidays

Posted: August 14th, 2013 | Author: | Occasional, Travel

The time of Christmas has a devastating impact on the content of our  wallets. If you do not want to greet the New Year with an empty pocket, you can not put off holiday shopping until the last minute. We advise on how develop a Christmas spending plan to save money. Start thinking about the upcoming holidays a few weeks or even months in advance.

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Where did the tradition of sending Christmas cards come from

Posted: August 14th, 2013 | Author: | Occasional

Each of us knows the habit of sending to family, friends and acquaintances beautiful, colorful Christmas cards with heartfelt wishes for  Christmas. But do we know where exactly did this tradition come from? It turns out that the custom came to us from the British Isles.  The idea of a Christmas postcard came in 1834 from the Director of Museum of Victoria and Albert in London, Sir Henry Cole.

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How to prepare your body for a Christmas feast

Posted: August 14th, 2013 | Author: | Occasional

Most of us associate Christmas with  a full of food table  . However,  Christmas treats are generally calorie bombs, so people who care about their shape, have a big problem. There is a simple way to be able to give have a Christmas feast and not gain weight. Preparation for the Christmas feast have to be started long time before it.

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How to spend Christmas alone

Posted: August 14th, 2013 | Author: | Accessories

Upcoming Christmas is certainly not a the most pleasant time for single people. While everyone is running to the shops and deal with the Christmas preparations, you wonder how to endure this nightmare. Be sure to read this article and not only survive the lonely Christmas, but perhaps enjoy it. Who said it is essential to spend Christmas in the company?

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Original ideas for the decoration of Christmas table

Posted: August 14th, 2013 | Author: | Accessories

During Christmas we spend  a lot of time sitting at the table. So let’s make it a little Christmas atmosphere, and add an unusual decoration. View  theideas for decorating the Christmas table. The colors  of Christmas are  primarily red, green, silver and gold. White tablecloth will provide an excellent background.

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Tasty Christmas tree, or ideas for interesting, edible decorations

Posted: August 14th, 2013 | Author: | Food

Hanging on the Christmas tree edible decorations, such as apples, fruit, or gingerbread has a very ancient tradition. If you already have enough of  modern  decorations,  hang this year on the Christmas tree edible decorations. Christmas tree  was decorated with nuts and small, red apples  yet long before invention of Christmas balls. Such natural ornaments have their symbolism. The applessuppose to provide health and beauty throughout the year, and the nuts were guarantee of prosperity.

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How to take care of your skin during Christmas period

Posted: August 14th, 2013 | Author: | Beauty, Body Care

In the middle of the Christmas preparations you rarely have time to nurture your own beauty. Each of us, however, wants to sit down to Christmas table beaming with beauty, with no signs of fatigue. It is possible; just apply a few simple steps, that will not prevent you from doing Christmas preparations. You only need to give five minutes to make your skin look young and bright.