Organizing Theory & Artistry

Month: December 2009

Ruly Ruth: Surviving the Office Holiday Party

Ruly Ruth: Surviving the Office Holiday Party

According to some, I am the “Queen of Parties.” I truly love going to parties and I host plenty of my own get-togethers too. I know at least a dozen people I could call right now to invite to any kind of celebration. I have […]

Celebrating the Holidays in Your Business

Celebrating the Holidays in Your Business

Time is becoming ever more precious in our household with just 11 days to go before Christmas. We have done most of the shopping but still have presents to wrap and ship and decorations to put up. For anyone shipping presents this year, I will […]

Holiday Gifts on the Cheap: Food

Holiday Gifts on the Cheap: Food

If the idea of crafts does not excite you for handmade holiday presents, another option is food. Food is in many ways a great gift. It is delicious but also consumable so the giver doesn’t have to worry about storing it, dusting it, displaying it, […]

Holiday Gifts on the Cheap: Crafts

Holiday Gifts on the Cheap: Crafts

Exploring the concept of Hundred Dollar Holiday, you might be wondering what types of gifts you can give that don’t cost a lot but will be valued by the recipient. Over the next couple of posts, we will come up with some suggestions that you […]

Ruly Bookshelf: Hundred Dollar Holiday

Ruly Bookshelf: Hundred Dollar Holiday

It is beginning to feel a little more holiday-like around our house. We experienced the first real snow of the year this past Saturday, our city held its local Christmas parade and I had the pleasure of accompanying my eldest daughter to a local performance […]