For my final gift guide, I wanted to share some ideas that would give to those in need – it really doesn’t take much and can make a big impact for someone. Give them something to smile about this holiday season and you’ll be smiling too!
1. Same Sky bracelet made by women in Rwanda . . . → Read More: Gift Guide For Giving Back
Sorry to those not connected to the DC area, but for my last big gift guide, I wanted to pay homage to the city I live in and love. There are so many great designers and businesses right here – like Hugh and Crye for men, Tiny Jewel Box for amazing jewelry and neat DC-themed gifts, Treasury and Violet for clothing, and Nectar Skin . . . → Read More: Gift Guide For The DC Dweller
Know someone who is most comfortable in the kitchen? Or maybe a budding chef? That’s not me at all, but I did my research and I feel certain the foodie in your life would appreciate these gifts! And if they need someone to cook for, feel free to send them my way! Maybe if I . . . → Read More: Gift Guide For The Foodie
I may not have a boyfriend to shop for at the moment, but I do have a younger brother (who recommends newegg.com for techie ideas), dad (who loves history books, golf and fishing), guy roomie, work husband, and lots of guy friends (who are always there for me when I want to play COD or need . . . → Read More: Gift Guide For The Boys
There’s no place like home, right? And what house wouldn’t be a bit warmer with any of the items below? Flowers (by subscription!), and candles (this Cire Trudon one is divine) are some of my favorite things. But I’d also love pretty champagne glasses, cake stands, cozy blankets or cheese boards – perfect for entertaining . . . → Read More: Gift Guide For The Homebody