Usually I tend to break up my gift guides into separate posts, but I thought maybe it would be easier for everyone if I included all the categories into one and just sort of left out the descriptions.
Hopefully it helps give you some ideas if you’re stumped and desperately trying to finish your shopping. Continue reading “Ultimate Gift Guide”
Whether you have a big family, kids, parents and in-laws, or none of that, the holidays are a great time to start or continue traditions.
Traditions help us feel connected to the holiday and give us a sense of comfort when things get overwhelming. Here are a few of my favorite Christmas Eve traditions, past and present, that I love and plan to carry with me for as long as I can. Continue reading “Christmas Eve Traditions”
If you’re feeling the crunch that comes with the last week before Christmas, you’re not alone. Honestly, it doesn’t matter how much I say I will get my shopping done early, I always end up trying to finish everything the week of. Whatever. I’ve always been a procrastinator. It’s who I am. Stop trying to change me.
I’ve got some easy, last-minute gift ideas that they’ll actually enjoy. Continue reading “Very Last Minute Gift Ideas”
“Chestnuts roasting on an open fire…” You guys, it’s my favorite time of the year! I thought I would make a light-hearted post and share with you all what’s on my Christmas list and why. Before anyone has anything nasty to say, though, I don’t at all expect to get anything on Christmas except the love of my friends and family. That is required. This is the list I sent to my mom and sisters when they asked me what I wanted this year. Honestly these are all things I will be buying for myself if I don’t get any of them for Christmas, just because they’re all things on my “To Buy” list anyway. Without further ado, this is my $50 or less wishlist.
Continue reading “Christmas List”