TV show who would you be . . . and why?2. Who is your hero—from real life or fiction—and why? How are you like him or her in everyday life?3. If you were marooned on a desert island and couldWhat do you talk about around the holidays? Do you talk about taboo topics such as religion and politics that’ll get you into trouble, or tried and true subject matter such as the weather and the score of the football game? Ho-hum.This holiday season, consider these 10 table talk topics to get the conversation started and focused on thoughtful subjects designed to steer clear of pitfalls and social taboos:1. If you were a character in your favorite
Even if you’re not going “over the river and through the wood to grandmother's house” this holiday season, chances are you’re going somewhere—off on a tropical vacation, to your parents place back east (or north or south or west) for a holiday gathering, or to the next city or state over to meet up with friends and family for some holiday cheer or shopping. And chances are you’re not sweating packing up your clothes and shoes and toiletries or other sundries for your trip, whether it’s just an overnight jaunt or something longer, or even gifts and other goodies for those you’re visiting. You’ve no doubt got a suitcase or two for all of that, and it’s something you’ve done time and time again.But modern life is full of all sorts of untested
Unbelievably, summer is long over and we’re already nearing the end of October, which means the fall and winter holidays are fast approaching. While we can certainly debate whether it’s actually “the most wonderful time of the year,” I think we can all agree it’s one of the busiest times of the year.When you factor in shorter days, additional social commitments, increased spending on treats, food, drink, and gifts, plus the complexities of relationships together with our regular work and personal routines, it can all get to be a bit much.First up, of course, is Halloween. Typically a holiday for the young ones who go in search of candy and other goodies door-to-door, it’s become more popular with adults in recent years, and it’s now one of the USA’s most celebrated and commercialized holidays. Moms, Dads, and other adults of all ages aren’t content to stay at home
Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate all of the great things we have in our lives.Take time this Thanksgiving Holiday to be truly thankful for what you have, and spend quality time with your family.Whether you have a traditional Turkey dinner with mashed potatoes, cranberries, stuffing, gravy and sweet potatoes or you decide to have Chinese take out, enjoy your time at home with family and friends.From all of us here at Mobile Edge, enjoy your Thanksgiving dinner and remember, Black Friday is the day after!