Everywhere you go, it’s looking a lot like Christmas. The classic green and red colors are nicely offset these days with tones of silver and blue; but there is much a person could complain about, too. Scrooge isn’t the only grump at Christmas. For many reasons, Christmas can suck, for those of us who are really honest with ourselves. The following are a few of them.
If your winter plans include first-time snow skiing, you are wise to seek out tips for beginners. The first thing every aspiring snow skier needs to know is that the sport is more physically demanding that just about any other sport pure novices undertake. All the muscles in the body are involved in snow skiing. Unless you already exercise routinely, the best thing you can do is schedule consistent demanding exercise for yourself in the weeks leading up to your first ride on a lift. With that essential covered, the following are some terms you may want to know--plus a few tips.
Christmas trees are among the delightful things about the season, but many people don’t realize what fire hazards they are. When dried-out live Christmas trees burn, they become consumed in a flash, like a giant fireball—and the fire quickly spreads throughout the room it’s in. Artificial trees are considered by fire experts to be even more dangerous. Potential electrical issues with pre-lit trees increase the risk. Learn some tips for avoiding a flaming Christmas tree and more below.