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5 ways to survive holiday season For most of us, the holidays are the busiest time of year. From finding the best deals to stuffing stockings, it is easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle and forget the spirit of the season. Instead of enjoying valuable time with family and friends, the holidays are often defined by a never-ending to-do list. This year, however, survive the chaos surrounding the season by following these tips and tricks.

Host a potluck Instead of tackling the stress of cooking a big holiday meal all by yourself, dish out some of the responsibility to make it more enjoyable for everyone. Encourage guests to bring an entree, side or dessert they could not imagine their holidays without. Not only will everyone be satisfied, but it also will spark conversation on favorite holiday traditions. Even more, the sharing will take quite a bit of weight off your wallet. Stay connected with everyone It can be difficult to bring all loved ones together during the holidays, but one of the best tools for staying in touch during the holidays is right in your pocket—your smartphone. So this holiday season, Wal-Mart Family Mobile is offering plans starting at $24.88/month for unlimited talk, text and 1GB of data at 4G LTE† speeds, then 2G. Learn more at Drink lots of water We all know the feeling of having one too many cookies off the dessert tray. To prevent the uncomfortably full feeling of overeating, drink lots of water before, during, and after your holiday meals and gatherings. An added bonus, sugary and alcoholic drinks are nearly always at hand this time of year, so alternating with glasses of water will keep meals

Following some simple tips can help make celebrating the holidays less stressful and a lot easier.

healthier and you feeling better today and tomorrow. Embrace the busy To most, the holidays and chaos are synonymous. Instead of stressing over not being able to achieve it all, embrace the busyness. Time in the car traveling from one gathering to the next should not be seen as time lost, but rather a great time to bond with family and friends. Similarly, view tasks such as shopping and cooking as yet another opportunity to spend valuable quality time with those

you love. Sometimes the best memories are made when running from one thing to the next; cherish all the time you spend together—even in the busiest moments— to make your holiday merrier. Plan ahead The best way to make the holidays more relaxing is to plan ahead—use this holiday season as a starting block. If you try a new recipe that friends and family loved, print it off and put it in the box of house decorations so you have it on hand for next year. Save packaging from this

year’s presents and reduce, reuse, recycle in the years to come. And when you take your holiday lights down for the season, wrap them around a piece of cardboard to avoid a tangled mess next time. A little planning this season will make next year easier than ever. At the end of the day, the holidays are about focusing on what matters most— spending valuable time with loved ones. The holidays will still be merry and bright, even if a few items are still left on the never-ending to-do list.

4 tips for buying thoughtful gifts for coworkers It is that time of year when employees are seeking meaningful and appropriate holiday gifts for their coworkers and clients. While the process should be fun, because such gifts can inadvertently send unspoken messages to their recipients, making the right choice at the right time can be surprisingly tricky. No one wants to come across as impersonal or lacking in good taste, but it is all too easy to pick something that is too expensive or too impractical to make the statement you are intending to make.

With that thought in mind, consider these guidelines for buying or making gifts for your coworker that are memorable and appropriate. n Consider practicality. If the present is unlikely to be used or consumed, it is a mismatch and a waste of money. For example, even the rarest or priciest bottle of wine will be unimpressive to a client who does not drink. Before buying, attempt to learn something about the recipient’s preferences, then picture what he or she will do with the gift once he or she receives it.

n Incorporate name(s). Whenever possible, personalize your selection by adding your boss’, colleague’s or direct report’s name to the gift. Research shows people across many demographics get excited when hearing or seeing their own monikers. Fortunately, Staples offers a wide variety of ideas for quality presents that can be easily personalized for each recipient. n Don’t scrimp on presentation. Nothing ruins a gift faster than uninspired or slipshod packaging that seems like an afterthought. Make sure all of

your gifts are presented in attractive, sturdy boxes, baskets and/or bags that add to their overall effect. Myka Meier, founder of Beaumont Etiquette and expert authority on business etiquette, said of holiday gift-giving in the workplace, “It is important to gift both colleagues and clients during the holiday season, as it is a great relationship building opportunity to establish rapport while showing respect and gratitude.” Meier added, “For colleagues or junior team members, it’s typical to spend around $25.”


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is the season to pop up some holiday fun by creating a scenic winter wonderland that tastes as great as it looks. Gather the kids and make a handson family holiday tradition out of crafting festive, edible decorations. Popcorn is the perfect choice to pop up and eat while trimming your popcorn tree and decking out your creations. At 30 calories a cup, whole-grain, freshly popped popcorn offers a nutritious alternative to traditional holiday party nibbles. Popcorn is naturally low in fat and calories, non-GMO, glutenfree, has no artificial additives or preservatives and is sugar-free. These clever recipes can help you make edible decor or gifts to give to friends, family and co-workers. Find more creative holiday recipes at

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Yield: 10 trees 10 cups air-popped popcorn 1 bag (10 ounces) miniature marshmallows 2 tablespoons butter 1 teaspoon vanilla extract nonstick cooking spray green decorating sugar blue decorating sugar 1 tube white frosting with decorating tip small, colorful candies (such as sprinkles and miniature silver dragees) Place popcorn in large bowl. Place marshmallows and butter in medium saucepan over mediumlow heat. Stir until marshmallows are melted and mixture is smooth. Remove from heat. Stir in vanilla extract. Pour mixture over popcorn in bowl. Toss well to coat popcorn evenly. Line baking sheet with foil. Spray hands with nonstick cooking spray then scoop up about 1 cup popcorn mixture. Shape mixture into cone, keeping base flat to form tree. Sprinkle tree with decorating sugars; place tree on baking sheet. Make nine additional trees. Pipe frosting on trees to make garland then decorate with sprinkles and silver dragees, as desired. Serving suggestion: Place each tree on sugar cookie and decorate serving tray with shredded coconut to resemble snow. Notes: For best flavor and color, start recipe with unflavored white popcorn. You can make your own colored sugar by adding food coloring to sugar then stirring in bowl or shaking vigorously in sealed container. Add additional food coloring for more intense tones.

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Yield: 5 snowmen 1 package (1 pound) large marshmallows 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter or margarine, plus additional 1 teaspoon vanilla 10 cups popped popcorn sprinkles (optional) licorice (optional) gum drops (optional) cinnamon candies (optional) In large saucepan, melt marshmallows and 1/4 cup butter. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla. Let stand 5 minutes. Pour over popcorn and stir mixture. Butter hands well and form into balls. Decorate with sprinkles, licorice, gum drops and cinnamon candies, as desired.

Yield: 8 reindeer 8 cups unsalted, unbuttered popped popcorn 2 1/2 cups mini marshmallows 1/2 cup chopped dark chocolate or dark chocolate chips 2 tablespoons butter or light olive oil 1/4 teaspoon salt 16 pretzel sticks 16 eyeball candies 8 red candy-coated chocolate candies Place popcorn in large mixing bowl. In saucepan set over medium heat, heat marshmallows, chocolate, butter and salt, stirring often until smooth. Toss marshmallow mixture with popcorn until well combined. Scoop 3/4 cup popcorn mixture into ball. Repeat with remaining mixture to make eight balls total. Place each ball in paper muffin cup liner. Insert pretzel stick on each side of ball to resemble antlers, attach two eyeball candies for eyes and red candy for nose. Let cool completely. Tip: Eyeball candies can typically be found in baking aisles of supermarkets or bulk food stores.

Holiday Wreath Popcorn Treats

Yield: 8 wreaths Nonstick cooking spray 3 quarts popped popcorn 4 tablespoons (1/2 stick) butter or margarine 3 cups miniature marshmallows 3 tablespoons lime gelatin dessert mix small red candies jellybeans red fruit leather Lightly spray large mixing bowl with nonstick cooking spray and place popcorn inside. In medium saucepan over low heat, melt butter. Stir in marshmallows and gelatin dessert mix until marshmallows are melted and mixture is smooth. Pour over popcorn and mix until coated. Spray hands with cooking spray and press firmly to form into 9-inch logs then bend to form wreaths. Place wreaths on wax paper. Press candies and jellybeans into wreaths as decorations; cut fruit leather to make ribbon and add. Serve immediately or wrap individually in plastic wrap for storage. Add ribbon tie to plastic wrap as decorative closure. Tip: Soak saucepan before cleaning.


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