The U.S. Postal Service is helping keep the enchantment of Santa Claus alive with its “Letters From Santa” program. “Letters From Santa” allows a parent, grandparent or any person in a child’s life to mail a letter to their child “From Santa,” postmarked from the North Pole.

When Sarah says “sloppy joe,” the phrase “healthy food” doesn’t really come to mind, does it? Well it will after you see this recipe. She will show you how to make a turkey sloppy joe that’s just as delicious, juicy, and comforting as the original, but far better for you. What’s the secret? She will swap 3/4 pound ground turkey (93 percent lean, dark meat) for the traditional beef — far less fat, and then adds chunks of sweet potato to it, which contributes healthy bulk in the form of good-for-you-fiber.

This Thanksgiving, my parents will be up North and I surely will be missing them. Each Thanksgiving, my family makes sure to go all out. They are the kind of parents who will invite over anyone who doesn’t have a place to go and serve ham, turkey, and anything else you can think of.

When you hear “gluten-free brownie,” do you expect to get something that isn’t quite as delicious as a traditional brownie? Well, this recipe will change your mind forever.

Miami is one of the most visited cities in the United States—and for good reason. Referred to by some as “America’s Riviera,” Miami and its famous beaches attract millions of sunbathing travelers every year. Here are a few things you might not know about Miami, including where the name originates and just how much sun its beaches get each year.

Whenever we have company over, we always end up busting out the wii. I don’t know why but it never fails, you can almost count on it! As a member of UbiChamps where I’m able to review new wii games, I received Just Dance 4 on the same exact day we were planning to have people over for dinner.

You may not often think about it but when a flat-panel TV is not secured to the wall, it can pose a great risk to your family and more specifically to small children. Due to their increasingly thin designs, today’s flat panels can easily tip over at the slightest bump or nudge, causing them to topple off furniture, potentially causing injury or even death.