It’s tax season. And while the idea of tallying your income and expenses from the last year might give you a big headache, there’s a bright side to this annual chore—you might end up with a substantial refund from Uncle Sam.
We’ve reached the end of another year; 2017 is right around the corner. A new year is an opportunity to start fresh, to take a step back and think about what you’d like to accomplish in the next 12 months. Right now, many people are developing their New Year’s resolutions for the coming year. And you've probably started to think about yours!
If you’re stumped trying to find holiday gifts for all of the important people in your life, from your parents, to your spouse, to your best friend and your siblings, you might want to turn to a new trend—experiential gifts. Research shows that people who focus on experiences, rather than buying things, have happier lives. So we’ve come up with some Philadelphia experience-based holiday gifts that are perfect your friends, family and loved ones. Take a look!
Now that the holiday season is upon us you have likely added all the names to your holiday shopping list, but now you are faced with the age old question... what to buy for everyone? Choosing the “perfect” gift can be tough; you want to make sure that it’s not only something your loved one will like but also something that shows them how much they mean to you.
The holiday season is officially upon us, which means you’re tasked with finding gifts for all the special people on your list. The woman in your life can be tough to buy for—but we’ve got a list of some luxury gifts that will wow her on Christmas morning. Read on for our favorite gifts for her this holiday season.
The following excerpt is from an article found on Philly.com. It was written by Matthew Stock. A designer from Derbyshire in northern England has hit upon an innovative way to create fully-formed, one of a kind, items of furniture -- by growing them straight out of the ground. The process starts by training and pruning tree branches as they grow into shape around a specially made mould, with branches grafted together at certain points to build a solid piece of furniture that can eventually be harvested when mature.