With the New Year just hours away, you might already be in a celebratory mood and can hardly wait for the festivities. To usher in 2015, bid 2014 a sweet adieu with Treetopia’s New Year’s Eve Cocktail Countdown. It will get you ready and raring to party while giving you and your loved ones an opportunity to reflect on the highlights of your year. (more…)
In the last few days of December, we’re given the license to relax and reflect on our achievements and lessons learned. It doesn’t mean we can slack on our New Year’s celebration, though. If you’re looking to make a splash with your first or last party of the year, Treetopia has simple, yet creative ideas that are sure to make your party sparkle and shine.
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I hope you are surrounded by friends, family and hopefully some Christmas cookies. About now, I am curled up with a belly full of enchiladas, basking in the pink glow of my Some Like It Hot Tree and listening to my children play with their new toys. Every family has their own tradition that makes the holidays special; what is yours?
As they say, a perfect meal deserves a perfect ending. After setting an elegant holiday table and preparing a sumptuous feast, cap off your Christmas Eve dinner celebration by whipping up an impressive dessert to tempt your guests. These Christmas dessert ideas are as stylish as they are sweet, and best of all, they require very little to no baking at all!
First created in the 1930’s, this light and airy confection is believed to have been inspired by the delicate, ethereal grace of the renowned Russian prima ballerina, Anna Pavlova. Featuring a crisp crust and a soft center, one taste of this elegant dessert will have your guests dancing for joy.
Christmas is a time for giving back and sharing special moments with friends and loved ones. Behind the scenes, however, it’s a test of fortitude. Can you make it through the holiday rush and all the other things that need to get done?
In this post, Elle of What’s Up Moms shows you a few tips on how not to let stress get the best of you, so you can spend more time celebrating and less time stressing out. In the end, it all comes down to planning and how you choose to react to the situation.