32 Hysterical Letters To Santa

Posted by The Head Elf on December 9, 2018
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Category: Presents
32 Hysterical Letters To Santa There are many things I love about the Holiday Season. The presents, the parties, the eggnog, the cheer. My favorite, however, is getting to see the adorable letters that starry-eyed children worldwide scratch out to the fat man from the North Pole. For your reading pleasure, we have compiled a list of  funny letters, Enjoy! Please bring me: Cat, Dog, Pig. In case you need clarification, Santa, she has drawn you

Which Christmas tree to buy

Posted by The Head Elf on December 2, 2018
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Category: General, Presents
All Christmas trees are cute – the sight of any should bring a smile to your face. And there are many types: from the small prepackaged collapsible artificial trees which you can pick up for a dollar or two to the 9.5 ft high Chesapeake Christmas tree, pictured, that comes with 1500 pre-lit clear lights and a $500 price tag. If you feel even splashier this season you may consider the famous 20 ft Soo

Tips for a stress-free Christmas

Posted by The Head Elf on December 2, 2018
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Category: General
January is a bad month for social services charity Barnardos. In the weeks following the annual Christmas spending binge, holiday hangovers start to kick in. It can be a highly stressful situation, says service manager Rachel Turner. “Kids are hungry, there’s no money. It’s pretty miserable.” Families are under pressure to provide a picture-perfect Christmas like they see on TV, with all the fancy gifts, glitzy decorations and delicious food. But Turner says you don’t
A number of supermarkets are offering Christmas clubs where shoppers can either make deposits or purchase vouchers with an end goal of having some extra money at Christmas time. Unlike the infamous NZ hampers, the supermarket clubs let you choose what you want. In the Countdown and New World schemes, you can also earn One Card and Fly Buys points on your Christmas shopping. And some stores have special club events with promotional offers for

When to take a Christmas tree down

Posted by The Head Elf on November 19, 2018
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Category: Presents
Indeed, what goes up must come down. Traditionally Christmas trees are taken down 12 days after Christmas but some take it down on Epiphany, January 6th. Whichever tree you choose and whenever you put it up it is important to remember the reason for the season.

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