And The Prize Goes To … Your Favorite Holiday Tradition

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We asked you to tell us about your favorite holiday tradition and to share a photo or video of the festive activity, in the hopes of winning a $1,000 Nautica.com shopping spree. You all had some fun traditions that seem to bring you and your families and pets closer together. But there could only be one winner. See who won this awesome prize and check out your fellow readers’ traditions too.

Self-Toning Clothing: Miracle Or Misrepresentation?

Between Thanksgiving and all of the holiday dinners that will be going down this month, a few extra pounds will probably be hiding under our belts. And as tried and true as diet and exercise can be to limit the extra poundage we put on, a faster, more immediate “cure” sounds better. There are Spanx, there are creams, there are pills, and now there are clothes that supposedly work you out — get this — without working out! Sure, you could wear them while working out, but isn’t the whole point to not have to?! I want to believe that these pricey workout clothes can turn my fine but flabby body into the perfect celeb figure of my dreams, all without changing my normal (and minimal) exercise regime. If they don’t work, though, I’ll have just wasted enough money to make an entire second Thanksgiving dinner. Boo. So what do you think — would you try this fad out? [$55-$80, Reebok] Keep reading »

Dec. 9: What Are We Wearing Today?

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It’s amazing how clothes can improve a mood or make us feel differently about ourselves or our day. A few of us prove this with our outfits today. Don’t forget to send us a pic of your outfit and a description to {encode=”WhatAreYouWearing@TheFrisky.com” title=”WhatAreYouWearing@TheFrisky.com”} for tomorrow’s slideshow.

Shhhh! Don’t Wake The Babies

A successful baby jump in action! Yeah, you heard me. Baby Jumping (El Colacho) is a real thing in Spain. During the Catholic feast of Corpus Christi men dressed as the Devil jump over babies born in the past year. This ritual, which has been around since the 1600s, is supposed to cleanse the babies of original sin and protect them from evil spirits. This sounds like a prospective Olympic sport to me. [BuzzFeed, Wikipedia] Keep reading »

Therapy For Your Pocketbook Episode 13: “But I Want to Buy A House Now!”

In the latest episode of “Therapy For Your Pocketbook,” Connie, who recently moved in with her boyfriend, shares her desire to move away from their bongo-playing, hippie neighbors and move into a house of their own. But she’s torn between saving for retirement and saving for a home. Finance Expert Manisha Thakor advises her to split her extra money in half — half CD, half IRA. [Therapy For Your Pocketbook]

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Brian Austin Green’s Best Man Got Wasted

“[Kassius] got wasted. He got really wasted. But he made it through. He sobered up in time.”

Brian Austin Green talks about his wedding to Megan Fox. FYI, Kassius is his 8-year-old son with his ex-wife. Bwahahahaha! Wait, that’s completely not funny. A joke in poor taste, Brian. [Us Weekly] Keep reading »

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