Christmas decorations are symbolic, festive and joyous. However, they spoil if you leave them up too long. They look out of place as the New Year loses its shiny newness. It's best not to leave decorations up too long, and it shows good etiquette. You don't have to take your ornamentation down the day after Christmas, or even by the first of the year. But don't let your tree, lights and figures linger too long into January. 

There are tons of cocoa powder uses you likely haven't heard of. Whether you're desperate to use up the box that's been sitting in your pantry for months or are just curious to see how else you can use cocoa powder, read on.

The holidays are all about spending time with family, helping the less fortunate, spreading good cheer, and worshiping according to your faith. Unfortunately, they’re also a time when people make mistakes that are difficult, and sometimes impossible, to fix later. Whether you’re enjoying an office holiday party or getting together with friends and loved ones, you want to avoid damaging your reputation, becoming the butt of a joke, or hurting someone’s feelings.

Bonding with grandchildren can be tricky, especially if they are at a difficult age or the grandparents live some distance and don’t see them often. This can be even more difficult if the grandchildren are sporty and want to run around but the grandparents are hampered with poor mobility. However, everybody loves to eat, and cooking with children is a great way to spend time with them.

Keeping your home warm in the winter shouldn't leave you broke. Use these tips to prepare for winter and save on heating costs.

Brr! When the leaves have fallen and the air turns cold and crisp, you put the clubs away until spring. Maybe you head to warmer climates for a week of golf in February, or stop at an indoor driving range a time or two if your area has one. But for you, golf is on hold until warm weather rides into town again. Not so fast! Believe it or not, plenty of golfers play all winter, even in cold climates. You can too — just keep these tips in mind.

Memories have a life span — at least when it comes to those captured on the all-but-dead medium called Video Home System, aka VHS. The format was never intended to last forever and degrades over time. If your precious home videos or Super Bowl commercial mixtapes managed to survive thus far, however, you may want to salvage the footage before time takes its toll.