You're survived Thanksgiving with all of your relatives from near and far. You even braved the crowds and lines for Black Friday sales. Then, captured some Cyber Monday deals. But the Tuesday after Thanksgiving is the real day to make a difference.
This Valentine’s Day, we want to warm your hearts with some great ideas to celebrate this holiday of love. Believe it or not, they don’t involve a romantic dinner for two, a dozen red roses, or expensive jewelry. It’s something even better! It’s sharing your time, energy, talent, and goodness with others!
After Thanksgiving, many people stop by their favorite store to take advantage of Black Friday or Small Business Saturday deals, and millions of dollars are spent online on Cyber Monday. But Giving Tuesday, a day where charitable donations take precedence over retail sales, is fast becoming a staple of the holiday spending season.
It’s that time of year. Seems like there are multiple parties every week between now and New Year’s Day. Cookie exchanges, office parties, tree trimming parties, ugly holiday sweater parties, neighborhood get-togethers, family events, New Year’s Eve and don’t forget Festivus for the Rest of Us! This year, make a difference with your celebration!
The holiday season is a time for giving, and many of us take that to heart. We donate more money and seek out shelters, kitchens, and causes where we can volunteer our time. However, many programs and charities experience an influx of giving during this season of giving, sometimes almost more than they can handle. Don't worry, we've got some great options for you to put your generous nature to good use during the holidays and year round.
They’re BACK! Our college students are home for a long winter break and they’ve brought a lot of baggage with them! Enjoy that first great big smile of recognition at the airport, followed by a wonderful hug and kiss. We've got some great ideas to keep everyone busy for a joyful and meaningful holiday season!
This Thanksgiving, the TreeTop Commons team shared what they are most thankful for. We wish everyone a wonderful holiday.