Here are seven quick holiday hacks to prepare you as school comes to a close for 2016 and the holiday season begins. Make sure to also visit our Winter Musical Page for all the great shows happening in CFBISD.
1. Top 5 Holiday Light Displays In North Texas
DFW Child gives us their top 11 holiday light shows in North Texas including two that are very close to CFBISD. Addison and Farmers Branch both make the list in 2016.
2. How to Wrap Presents Like a Pro
Woman’s Day Magazine gives you a step-by-step approach to wrap a present for the holiday season using a visual slide show for each important step. Now you an wrap your holiday gifts like a pro.
3. CNET’s Technology Gift Guide for the Holidays
Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Green Monday are behind us. Christmas is less than three weeks away. But there are still some great tech deals out there.
4. Food Network’s Holiday Central Food Page
Food Network has created a hub for the best holiday drinks, meals and recipes from their archives. It is a one-stop for all your holiday baking and food preparation needs.
5. Cookies to Buy for the Holiday Season
Do you need cookies for your next holiday work party or family gathering? Rock Chick Cookies makes great looking cookies with creative designs for all your holiday events. Rock Chick has a holiday gallery that might spark some inspiration.
6. Looks to Get You Through Every Festive Fete
With the holidays come parties, events, and gatherings of all shapes and sizes. Family, friends, coworkers, long-lost acquaintances from school… whatever the case may be, deciding what to wear on these special days takes time and money, and with the busyness December inevitably brings, you might not have time to orchestrate those perfect looks for each occasion. Fortunately, we’ve recruited the InStyle’s fashion column to provide a garment guide for your work party, Christmas morning at home, ringing in the New Year, and everything else in between.
7. Top 10 Survival Tips for Holiday Travel
Wherever you’re heading, if you’re traveling during the holiday season, you need to realize that everyone else in the world is, too. But don’t let invasive security scanners, terrible drivers and long lines at airports get you down. We’re giving you tips to survive the holiday travel season without a Frosty the Snowman-size meltdown.
What do you plan to do during the holiday season? Leave your exciting plans in the comment section below.