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Entries in 12 days of christmas (81)

Wednesday
Nov282018

8 Stocking Stuffers They'll Actually Keep 

Christmas stockings can be filled with tiny treasures purchased over the course of the year by a thoughtful gift giver, or they can be filled with whatever garbage a frantic purchaser threw into their shopping cart at the last-minute, careening wild-eyed through the aisles of their local CVS.  If you’d like to be the first person described in this scenario, ensuring the stockings that are hung by the chimney with care by someone who actually cares, pick up any of these gifts to stuff in there. The recipient is guaranteed to keep these items, instead of chucking them into the trash the minute you leave the room. Read it here.

Monday
Nov262018

8 Amazing Gifts for Food Snobs & Cooking Aficionados

You might order takeout five times a week or faithfully patronize the frozen section of your grocery store, but—and I know this is hard to believe—there are people who love food so much that they love to make it. All the time. Like, almost every night. Sunday afternoons and evenings are reserved for big projects, like making pasta from scratch or attempting to make Japanese-restaurant-quality sushi rolls.

But when it comes to gifts for the food snob, there are two ways to go. Gift them really nice cookware, or buy them really nice ingredients to cook with. Then just sit back and hope for a dinner party invitation.  Read our suggestions here.

Friday
Dec152017

6 Perfect Gifts for the Fitness Freak

Most of us know at least one person who is obsessed with fitness. While you deal with stress by downing pints of ice cream or beer (or both), the Fitness Freak combats it by going for long runs or spending extra time in the gym. “It helps me clear my head,” she says. Ben & Jerry’s helps you do the same, but we’re all different people, right?

You’re actually a little jealous that her go-to coping mechanism involves doing something healthy (rather than ingesting, you know, sugar and booze). And while your New Years’ Resolution will likely be centered around making a promise to yourself to get it together and exercise regularly, only to break it around mid-January, the Fitness Freak is resolving to do two-a-day workouts at least three times a week. Spoiler alert: that’s a promise she’ll keep. 

Your fit friend is going to need more workout gear as she continues to amp up her insane exercise schedule, so help her reach her goals in style with these awesome fitness gifts. Read it on Parade

Monday
Dec042017

6 Gifts for Hip Kids & Their Semi-Hip Parents 

It’s a huge responsibility to have kids, not just because they require a ton of work, but also because the choices you make determine the type of person your kid is going to turn out to become. Mission critical for parents: raise someone who turns out to be a decent human being. The world needs it. More than that, you also want to raise a kid who’s intelligent and aware, or “woke”, as people say nowadays, a citizen of the world. Sure, this can veer towards precociousness when a five-year-old asks the server whether the chicken fingers on the kids’ menu were humanely raised, or has an opinion on which of the jazz greats was the best, but we’ll let it slide. Some of us were obnoxious kids at one point, too.

For the hip kid in your life (and their semi-hip parents, who are trying very hard and are very, very tired), here are 6 awesome gifts to help them stay woke. Read it on Parade.

Tuesday
Nov282017

18 Awesome Gifts for Everyone 

Around this time of year, you start getting inundated with gift guides in nearly every magazine, website, or social media feed you happen to be looking at.  Each one promises all of the answers to what you’re looking for—which is, of course, to find gifts that your loved ones will like without having to put too much thought or effort (or hard-earned cash) into it.  Right?  We see you.

When reading those gift guides, though, you inevitably find something you know [insert family member here] will like, only to click on it and find that it costs $475. Who spends $475 on a scarf? you wonder.  Why would The New York Times gift guide do this to me? They know I don’t even pay for a subscription to their website.

Sure, fancy product round-ups can be aspirational (that’s what every buyer’s guide in magazines like Vanity Fair is), but this time of year, you’re actually using these guides to find stuff to buy, without, you know, having to take out a second mortgage on your home.

Never fear—we’ve put together a list of 18 great gifts that will hopefully help check off multiple people on your shopping list, all priced at under $150. Read it on Parade.