‘Tis the season to receive gifts. Inevitably, some of the presents your friends and loved ones will be nice enough to give you won’t be anything you particularly want or need.
So, do you try to make these unwanted gifts usefull by wrapping them back up and giving them to somebody else who might actually appreciate them?
I was mindlessly roaming around on the internet today (okay, I was looking at pictures of old Trans Ams, you caught me), and I came across this little gem: it's a website full of unique items that would make perfect Christmas (or anytime) gifts!
Thinking about what to get Dad for Father's Day? You have one week left to figure it out. Oh, and don't forget the card. Your sentiments inside are of equal or more value than a purchased gift.
Spending for Father’s Day is expected to reach record figures this year. The National Retail Federation says consumers will spend an average of $106.49 on Father’s Day gifts in 2011. That compares with $94
When it comes to shopping for a woman on Valentine’s Day, the answer isn’t the usual “chocolate and flowers” route, but rather, something that feels personal and intimate. Here are some suggestions that will make everyone happier in the long run.
It’s hard to imagine how holiday shopping got done before the Internet age—safe to say it was a headache, and a waste of CO2 (you know, with all those minivans cruising from mall to mall in search of the primo pre-Christmas deal). We don’t know—we can’t even remember that far back...