Give the gift of time this holiday season and save big!
Before you lose your chance to get outdoors and enjoy what is left of the season, try these five easy activities to revel in colder temperatures.
Money may be tight for many families this holiday season, so we look to Martha Stewart for some help.
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Not everyone is excited to strap on those skis once the weather gets cold, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun outside. From sledding to skating, and snowshoeing to tubing, there are plenty of other great ways to enjoy snowy winter days.
At the WBZ Water Cooler: We took a skate over to the Frog Pond, where people were flying around, getting in the holiday spirit.
Lights. Music. Holidays! Hit a couple of these holiday favorites each week to really get in the spirit.
With the economy still in a slump, there may not be much in the budget for Christmas gifts.
Not many people are complaining about this nice November weather, but it is throwing a wrench in some plans.