If you're like me you're a last-minute gift shopper, but also pride yourself on taking the time to get something meaningful for each special individual on your list. With that in mind I've tried to pick a few things that I think will please the epicurean you're shopping for while maintaining wide-availability so you [...]Continue Reading →
I love finding unique gifts for those on my Christmas list and this year I am choosing to shop locally as much as possible. Here are my suggestions for some original gifts available from local shops.Continue Reading →
Holiday gift giving can be a stressful time for anyone – it's a time consuming pressure-cooker, bleeding your money. But it doesn't have to be. Spending a couple of hours researching in the comforts of your home can shave off stressful hours roaming the mall aimlessly. Below are some suggestions to help you get [...]Continue Reading →
When I was a kid, I used to go to the mall and do all of my holiday shopping there. It was fast and efficient, and that way I only had to brave the crowds once. Now that I’m an adult, I still like doing my shopping all in one place, but I’ve now [...]Continue Reading →
Perhaps it was from when I was a kid, but when I think of Christmas gifts I think of tech. When asked to compile a gift guide, I went with technology items that I use daily or nearly daily that I would have a difficulty living without. If you listen to music, enjoy reading, [...]Continue Reading →
Holiday shopping is a haphazard activity for me. I rarely set out with a list—I just go with what catches my eye. Here are some of the items that caught my eye this year.
If you count a bibliophile who laments the rise of e-reading among your friends, consider the Folio Society. The Folio [...]Continue Reading →
An excellent rhyme, I think, for the right amount of gift giving is that everyone should get: something they want, something they need, something to wear, and something to read. Here are my 2011 suggestions for gifts to fill each of those categories.Continue Reading →