There’s No Place... Holiday Celebration

Life is hard enough when you’re dealing with Crohn’s disease. During the holidays, it can take away from some of the joy you want to experience. With careful planning, your Crohn’s disease doesn’t have to ruin your holidays. Prepare When the holidays are approaching, make a plan that will help you get everything ready without [&hellip

The Three Kings... Epiphanyaus - The Three Kings

Today January 6, is the Three Kings Day or the Epiphany. Traditionally  this is the day the Christmas season ends. January 6, which is 12 days after Christmas in the Gregorian calendar, marks not only the end of the Christmas holidays but also the start of the Carnival season, which climaxes with Mardi Gras. In some [&hellip

Common Filipino Christmas...

Christmas is the most awaited and celebrated season of the year for us, Filipinos. It is said and believed that the Filipino Christmas celebration is the longest ever around the globe. The highlights of this celebration includes the Misa De Gallo (the mass celebrated at midnight on Christmas Eve), Filipino Christmas foods and of course [&hellip

After Christmas Sales...

After Christmas sales is one or is considered to be one of the biggest shopping day or event of any year. With this kind of shopping theme or season, stores, malls and retailers will be able to empty up their stock for new items for the coming year while for the shoppers, this is the [&hellip

After Christmas Sales...

Christmas holiday shopping is the best shopping day ever for both the shopping malls and consumers or customers. One of the major reasons why Christmas holiday shopping is the best are the discounts, special offers, bargains and great deals being offered by many companies like Walmart, Target and Best Buy. This is also why after [&hellip