Sunny San Diego

By: Jennifer Kovalski

About a month ago, I visited San Diego for a long weekend getaway. It was my first time visiting the west coast, and it did not disappoint. For those of us in MA, this past April has been one of the rainiest months in history, (I think it rained 20/30 days or something like that) which has had me looking back to San Diego to help me remember what sustained sunshine is like.

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There goes the neighborhood

By: Jenn Kovalski

A big snowstorm makes some people seemingly lose their manners. There is snow etiquette everyone should be mindful of. Removing the snow from the roof of your car, shoveling the public sidewalk, clearing a fire hydrant or a path for the mailman are a few of the things we should do to be courteous and safe.

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The World's Largest Stage

The Super Bowl is the largest stage for any kind of venue anywhere. Playing in it must be surreal. Going to it, according to friends who have been, is like Las Vegas for Football. But my favorite part is knowing that wherever you go, the game will be shown and you can pick and choose your venue from the comfort of your couch to a big screen at the Bellagio Sports Book in Vegas.

Curious to know how The Nap Team spends their Super Bowl? Be curious no more as we each share one of our favorite aspects of this crazy day now in its 53rd year.

 

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Holiday Gift Ideas Part 2

By: Jenn Kovalski

As those who sit around my desk at work know, I can easily run off 10 ideas for them to buy their loved ones. While everyone knows, receiving gifts is clearly not the most important part of any holiday, it is an aspect that can’t really be escaped by many. So if you find yourself stumped on what to gift a loved one, here are a few ideas to get your own creative flow going. And- if this isn’t enough, my article from last year offers even more ideas.

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Valentine's Day, a Misunderstanding

By: Jenn Kovalski

I’ve never completely understood why Valentine’s Day gets so much flack. The most common anti-Valentine’s Day sentiment is generally that it’s a made up Hallmark holiday to generate sales. However, Valentine’s Day didn’t start off that way. People used to take the time to make the Valentine’s they gave out, using doily’s, tin foil, paper, and whatever crafts they had around the house not buy a card or expensive gifts.

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Your Not So Last Minute Gift Shopping Guide

By: Jennifer Kovalski

Now is the time of year where many people are working down their Christmas lists, picking out gifts that they hope  their loved ones will enjoy. Unfortunately for my loved ones, they have yet to be bought anything because I am still scoping out the holiday sales for myself.

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