Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Holiday articles

I'm going to send you away from the blog today, to a few articles I've written that are appropriate for this time of year.

First, are you wondering what to do with all that Halloween candy? Read this:
The Many Uses for Excess Holiday Candy

Then, if you're thinking about decorating for Thanksgiving, do it frugally:
Natural and Free Thanksgiving Decorations

And finally, cooking a Thanksgiving dinner can be ultra traditional and save you a lot of money:
The First Thanksgiving Menu - It Wasn't Your Grandma's Menu!

Enjoy. Or complain, commment, whatever. I feel like saying "Welcome to the holidays!"


  1. "Welcome to the holidays!" to you too, Pat!

    No potatoes for Thanksgiving? Oh dear :(

    Susan :)

  2. Nope... potatoes hadn't made it back to the north part of the Americas at that time. We can be thankful we have them now, though. :)

  3. I am thankful! I just stocked up on 10# bags of baking potatoes at Safeway for 99 cents each bag. I have 50 pounds now...that should be plenty for Thanksgiving! :)

  4. Good buy! And when Thanksgiving is over, you can still eat potatoes. :)

  5. I'm still thinking about the Halloween candy. Yum!

  6. You can probably still find some on sale if you hurry. :)