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Tomorrow is Thanksgiving in the United States. For the occasion I have selected a couple of seasonal posts related to Thanksgiving and Christmas. As usual in November and December most people are busy with deciding what gifts to buy for loved ones and what to do with left over turkey.

2010 Holiday Gift Giving Guide: Kits

When my car broke down the winter of my freshman year of college and I was stranded on the side of the road, I didn’t even remember the emergency kit was in my car. In an act of desperation (remember, only the very wealthy had car phones back then), I opened up the trunk, and was surprised to see an emergency kit ready to help me.

Thanksgiving Leftover Ideas

You had all that delicious food for Thanksgiving. But then what? After the food hangover has passed, here are some ideas to incorporate turkey well into the new year without getting burned out.

25 Cool Geek Gifts

Geeks have transformed themselves from dull-headed, inefficient persons to the highly sophisticated intellectuals who are known for their intelligence, smartness and efficiency today. In today’s world they are persons who have set a benchmark for themselves and make others wonder about their outcome which leaves everybody gaping.

9 Homemade Christmas Gifts That Might Actually Get Used

As a guy who thoroughly enjoys food (don’t we all?) if I can eat it, I will enjoy it. But there are a few other gift ideas listed below that I think would have a decent chance of being enjoyed by many!

Is it difficult to write a blog?

…if you want to have successful blog – then it has to be the one of the most important things in your life (it has to be in top 5 of your priorities).

An interesting take on blogging and dedicating yourself to a project in general. It does sound about right, if you want to succeed at blogging or anything else, it must be on your top priority list. Total dedication to successfully achieve a goal.

Happy Thanksgiving!