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Anyone else got an Elf on the Shelf coming to stay this Christmas?

Yes, yes, I know it is only October and Christmas is still more than two months away, but I’m not going to apologise for bringing it up, because if you want to do this one, you’ll need to get yourself organised fast! 486 more words

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The Banananana Shoppe has collected Family Christmas Traditions from readers for over a decade.  68 more words

Writing 101: Merry Crickets

Tell us about your favorite childhood meal — the one that was always a treat, that meant “celebration,” or that comforted you and has deep roots in your memory.

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Advent-ures #1

With 109 days left until the big day, I’m very keen to start theming the house, but it’s still a little early. (Even for me!) 101 more words


20 Important Calendar Dates To Remember: Celebrating Greek Traditions with Food and Feasts

Yesterday was the first day of the year. Well, not the normal calendar first day of the year (since it is only September) but the day which marks the beginning of the Church year. 502 more words

Greek Food Traditions

Happy New Year: Learn Why the Greek Orthodox Church Celebrates the New Year on the 1st of September

It seems really strange to say HAPPY NEW YEAR today, but i’m not joking! It is actually the beginning of a New Year in the Orthodox Church. 458 more words

Other Greek Traditions

35 Most Bizarre Christmas Traditions from Around the World

Here is a great list that I fell in love with as soon as I stumbled across it. Bizarre Christmas traditions from around the world. A few of my favorites include: Norway’s refusal to clean up anything on Christmas day to the point that brooms are hidden out of sight, Japan making fried chicken a staple of Christmas meals, Ukraine mixing and matching Halloween and Christmas with their decorating ideas, and the yule cat. 15 more words