Looking for something different to do with your SO this weekend? From cliff jumping to ballroom dancing, try one of these new fun, inexpensive date ideas.
Avoid the January rut (and chilly weather) by planning a Girls’ Night In. Here are four fun ideas to get reconnected with your friends in the comfort of your own home.
If you’re feeling broke this year (or, um, haven’t hit the mall yet), ditch your shopping list and convince your friends and family to try one of these cheaper alternatives to traditional gift-exchanging.
Thanksgiving is a time for tradition, but that doesn’t mean you have to do exactly the same thing every year! Whether it’s your first time hosting or you want to infuse your usual activities with a little excitement, here are four ways to spice up your Turkey Day.
One of the trickiest parts of party planning, especially for a crowd, is picking a menu that everyone will love. Whether you’re planning a sit-down dinner for 20 or a cocktail party for 100, we’ve got you covered with some simple guidelines.
In theory, having a party at the office sounds like a good idea—but often ends up being a lame event that no one really wants to come to. No more: Check out these ideas for office celebrations that your employees will actually want to attend.
Summer is in full swing, which means it’s light later, everyone’s in the mood to play, and party season is at its peak. But if you don’t exactly have the outdoor space needed to host a big backyard BBQ, try one of these off-site summer party ideas instead.
Want the wedding of your dreams—and still having a savings account to speak of? The two don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Stick to these strategies, and you can conserve your cash and still pull off a beautiful day without a hitch.