Christmas.com, the self-proclaimed official site of Christmas, has now released Christmas Family Pages.
Family Pages are free and allow for real-time sharing of photos, recipes, Christmas traditions, wish lists, and memories.
Every family that creates an account gets their own part of Christmas.com (ie. McLarenFamily.Christmas. com) which they can share by inviting the people they choose.
According to Christmas.com and Left of the Dot co-founder Chris Jensen, of Maple Ridge, the rise of social media has led to more interaction online. But until now, there has been no central, obvious location to celebrate Christmas together.
"Many families are now spread out around the world. With Christmas Family Pages, whether you are a military family or a family that is just busy and spread out over an entire city, you can ensure that special memories are enjoyed by your entire family," Jensen said.
Christmas.com is an ecommerce site that makes sharing and keeping track of wish lists and gift ideas easier than ever before. The website features gift suggestions, comparison shopping, charitable gift suggestions, Christmas recipes, Christmas games, traditions, and more.
Check out Family Pages at www.christmas.com/family-pages.
'STACHES AT OXYGEN
If you recall, a few weeks ago I told you Oxygen Yoga & Fitness was holding a fundraiser - in the spirit of "Movember" - to raise money for prostate cancer research.
Well, Friday was moustache and balls day at the club. Club members made donations to the cause, which were matched by Oxygen Yoga & Fitness raising $440, which will go to Canadian Cancer Foundation.
Way to go, Oxygen.
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