As we count down toward the New Year, many of us will make New Year's resolutions. Most common resolutions involve self improvement. Either physically - lose weight, becoming healthier, stop smoking, etc., or mentally - learn a language, become more patient, be a better friend, etc. According to Statistic Brain (www.statisticbrain.com) about half (48%) of Americans make resolutions for the New Year. However, less than 10% of us achieve our resolution. In fact, most of us who commit to a resolution only continue to work on it for about a month (30 days.)
Each gift box is handcrafted from reclaimed wood and hand painted. We have two varieties to choose from; our 6-pack box set with all of our products and our 4-pack box set that includes our four spreads. It is not only a great gift for family, it is a great corporate gift as well.
Think twice before you give your teacher another apple (or an item with an apple motif.) Gift cards, thank you notes and handmade gifts are better. “I honestly don't think there is any such thing as a ‘bad’ gift, especially from an elementary school student,” Stephanie Giese, a former public school teacher who lives in York, Penn., wrote on the TODAY Facebook page. “But it is true that certain gifts, like mugs, candles and lotions do tend to outnumber all the rest at a rate of about ten to one.” TODAY scoured teacher and education blogs, and asked teachers to weigh in on their Facebook page. Here’s what they found:
December seems to be jam-packed with holiday parties, school parties, performances and even last minute visitors dropping off gifts. Just because our time is limited doesn’t mean we have to eat fast food! Remember, at Bellisari’s we have created more than 60 “Gourmet Convenience” recipes for you and your family. Here are some easy weeknight recipes during a busy holiday season!