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21. Pet Project
Issue: October 2008
Category: Special Sections

22. Quick Fixes
Time is running out, but you can still make some noticeable improvements to your home before guests arrive.
Issue: October 2008
Category: Special Sections

23. Running Out the Clock
Issue: October 2008
Category: Special Sections

24. Thanksgiving Day
Issue: October 2008
Category: Special Sections

25. Attention Getters
A room-by-room guide to low-stress home improvements your holiday guests are most likely to notice.
Issue: October 2007 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Lynne Thompson

26. Holidays the easy way

Instructions: Be ready for the holidays this year, so you can celebrate in style without becoming a grinch.*

Plus:
A room-by-room guide to easy home improvements your guests will be sure to notice.
Show off the city: Where to take your holiday visitors between Dec. 20 and Jan. 1

*And since you don’t have a robot to do it all for you, we’re guessing you might need a little advice.


Issue: October 2007 Issue
Category: Special Sections

27. Lights and Sights
It’s often forgotten in the race to achieve domestic perfection, find the right gift and assemble your outdoor lighting display: a plan for entertaining your guests once they show up on your doorstep. You will run out of gifts to open, holiday meals to devour, sporting events to watch on television and juicy bits of family gossip to share. Scary thought? Not this year. We’ve got a list of 10 events and destinations that’ll keep the out-of-towners busy between Dec. 20 and Jan. 1.
Issue: October 2007 Issue
Category: Special Sections

28. Batteries Not Included

Everything new gets old fast, so check out these perennially popular toy ideas to keep young minds stimulated (and the beeping to a minimum).


Issue: October 2006 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Tori Woods

29. City Sidewalks

Nine Cleveland-centric ways to entertain your guests (and get them out of the house) during all that holiday season downtime when you're not opening gifts, eating gut-busting meals or watching "A Christmas Story" for the 3,000th time.


Issue: October 2006 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Tori Woods

30. Holidays the Old School Way

Picking up a prepared Thanksgiving dinner at the local supermarket. Hiring an interior designer to decorate the house — including the tree. Calling the caterer to supply all the food and beverage for your annual holiday bash. Ordering gifts online. Convenient? Yes. But hardly greeting card-worthy. No, unless you want the children and grandchildren telling tales of how you dialed up the fixings for every holiday gathering, you’ll have to reinstate a tradition or two from bygone days. We’ve come up with a dozen ways to do so in your own home or just a short drive from your front door.


Issue: October 2006 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Lynne Thompson

31. Home, Sweep Home

You're ready to hire a cleaning service to get your home in shape for all that holiday foot traffic. Here are 10 questions you should ask before making the hire.


Issue: October 2006 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Lynne Thompson

32. Sprucing Up

Need to freshen the look of your home before guest arrive?  Check out these seven ideas that can each be tackled in the span of a single weekend.


Issue: October 2006 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Joanna Bello

33. Stress Less

'Tis the season of frayed nerves. But being prepared for the holidays can help - a lot.  Local organizing expert Sandra Einstein offers 10 strategies for conquering chaos.


Issue: October 2006 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Tori Woods

34. A Dynamic Arrangement
Issue: April 1996 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Kristen Hampshire

35. Banishing the Holiday Blues

How to keep your mood light during the shortest and busiest days of the year.


Issue: October 2005 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Lynne Thompson

36. Chic to Geek: A Holiday Gift Guide

Same gift, different holiday? Not this time around. If you're stumped when it comes to unique presents for the special people in your life, keep reading. We reached deep into our mailbag and found a dozen distinctive ideas we guarantee they won't soon forget.


Issue: October 2005 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Liz Logan

37. Escape Plan

Where to go next holiday season (and how to break the news to your family).


Issue: October 2005 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Lynne Thompson

38. Festively Fit

Six strategies for making sure your pants still fit by the time Jan. 2 rolls around.


Issue: October 2005 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Lydia Navatsyk

39. Guest Room

Five simple ways to maximize space and make your visitors feel at home this holiday season.


Issue: October 2005 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: Kim Schneider

40. Holidays Gone Bad: A Survival Guide

It's the most wonderfully stressful time of the year. But when things go wrong, don't turn into a Scrooge. Turn to our handy guide for surviving holiday pitfalls.


Issue: October 2005 Issue
Category: Special Sections
Author: The Editors

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