Topic: Holiday Gifts

5 Online Tools Every Career Woman Must Have For Gift Giving

5 Online Tools Every Career Woman Must Have For Gift Giving

The holidays are one of the most stressful times of the year. Work piles up and on top of that you have to buy gifts for family and co-workers. You would love to go shopping but you are chained to a desk all day so that may make things a bit tricky. As we have discussed on this site a lot, outsourcing helps make your life easier which will make you less stressed and then you can concentrate on your work. Luckily a few years ago the internet was invented which gives us the best ability to do all of our shopping from our desks. And also, luckily, very smart people have designed tools to make shopping from your desk even easier. More »

Do’s and Don’ts of Gifts For New Relationships

Do's and Don'ts of Gifts For New Relationships

So. You’ve been with your partner for one month, and now, awkwardly, it’s almost Christmas. (Sorry, fellow chosens, I didn’t get this up in time for Hanukkah. I’m sure you figured something out.) What are you supposed to doooo? Do you get him or her a gift? Will that seem clingy? If you don’t, will you seem like the murderer of Christmas joy?

Well, here’s a little advice: first of all, settle the fuck down. If you’re dating someone who is even somewhat emotionally grown up, getting them a small gift for a holiday isn’t going to cause them to pass full-scale and irrevocable judgment on you. Besides, they’ve probably been busy pondering the same question about what to get you. And at the end of the day, giving someone something is always nice. More »

There is a Time to Stop Making Holiday Wish Lists, and That Time is Now

There is a Time to Stop Making Holiday Wish Lists, and That Time is Now

It’s the holidays, right? And that means not only buying gifts for your friends and loved ones, but having your friends and loved ones buy you gifts as well.

When you were a kid, maybe you drew up a color-coded list of all the toys you wanted, from Barbie to G.I. Joe to beanie babies or whatever. And at that time, you were just so adorable with your little list.

But you’re not five anymore, and you don’t depend entirely on your parents for money unless you’re in high school, and maybe college. And as such, drawing up an unsolicited list and sending it to your family is greedy and childish, and I think you should stop. More »