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As the kids (and some adults!) are recovering from Halloween antics, the rest of the country is gearing up for the midterm elections, happening November 6th.
Aside from adorable costumes and an action-packed evening of trick-or-treating, there are a lot of cute, fun Halloween activities you can do with your kids to get in the spirit of the holiday.
Fall is the season of changing leaves, warm comfy clothes, and all things back to school. For some students, they’re fast approaching their semester breaks already, but that doesn’t mean all learning has to stop!
Whether or not you’re a fan of the sport that is Black Friday shopping, sometimes the savings are just too good to pass up.
Enjoying wine (and who doesn’t, really?) can become a quickly expensive hobby--some bottles of wine can go for hundreds of dollars, and if you don’t have that kind of money to spend on something you’re just going to drink anyway, we understand
Today is National New York Day, which means it's a chance to celebrate all of the glitz and glam associated with The Big Apple! And what better way to celebrate than to take a trip to New York City itself?
Fall is fast approaching which means cooler weather, fun fall outfits, and pumpkin spice everything.
Summer is coming to an end, and everywhere students are getting ready to head back to school, if they haven’t started already.
College is one of the hardest times to travel, because if you’re like most college students in America, you probably aren’t flush with cash.