Eid al-Adha falls on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah, and lasts for four days. In the international (Gregorian) calendar, the dates vary from year to year, shifting approximately 11 days earlier each year.
Aside from dinner parties and endless weekend celebration during Ramadan nights, EID is another season to wait for. Most Muslims celebrate this special holiday by giving lots of gifts to families and friends as a sign of generosity, showing respect, introspection and to continue residual blessings to their life.
Do you want to decorate your boring tabletop with such an interesting art and home decor pieces? Something that would represent your lifestyle, the season or something that blends in smoothly with the rest of your home? Here are some simple ideas to beautify your tabletop! DECORATE WITH COLORFUL TABLEWARE ACCESSORIES In spite of the joining the popularity of white tableware, off-white crockery, or neutral color decor, why not let your home embrace the elation of lively colors. Here is the best option to enjoy a festive glamour on the tabletop. Elevate every dining experience whether it is a snack, lunch...
When you tell yourself that you're on a budget, DECLARE AN EXACT AMOUNT AND STICK ON THE BUDGET. Take note that if you declare an amount, make sure to tell yourself that it is not okay to exceed even 1 cent. That is how you can stick to your budgeting. Always identify how much budget you need to spend this season to decorate your home. If your budget for decor and furniture is $500, stick to it seriously. Same goes to other expenses. But how to stick on your budget? How can you make your home beautiful, and decorate it the way...
Yes, we can minimize the expenses but, that doesn't mean that we cannot enjoy the things that we've always love or refrain from buying the necessities.
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