... you haven’t spent time thinking of what to buy Mom, we’ll save you the headache of flipping through websites and catalogs (kidding… do people still get catalogs in the mail?)Did you watch it? This week, we have a gorgeous Ultimate Elegance bouquet, courtesy of our friends over at 1800Flowers, valued at $129.99. Filled with majestic lavender and white blooms, this arrangement is sure to make her smile. Roses, lilies and other fresh blossoms are arranged in a sleek glass vase. So even if you’re not able to spend time with your Mom next Sunday, you can show her that you care. If you’d like to win, tell us what makes your Mom amazing. Leave us a comment below or over at our Facebook page. We’ll choose an inspiring story and pick a winner Tuesday, so that the flowers can be delivered just in time for Mother’s day. Good luck! ...
“Of The Month” clubs embody everything that is right and wrong about humanity, much like my extended family or all you can eat sushi. Here is my curated list of curated monthly clubs, showcasing all that I both revile and treasure of their existence:THE DISGUSTING:Cheesecake of the Month ClubQuick question: Do you need a 1.5 pound cheesecake delivered to your door every month? Even quicker answer: no, no, dear god no. I hear each delivery comes with a pamphlet titled “Diabetes:
Bad news, procrastinators: You've just about run out of time to
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Great things come in small packages, right? Although opening a gift card can be a bit anti-climactic upon the “reveal,” they are the best way to give someone exactly what they want. And frankly, there really isn’t an easier way to shop for all of your friends and family. You can satisfy everyone on your list without the hassle of choosing the perfect gift.Before you get too excited and vow to simplify your life this holiday season by giving only gift cards, make sure you shop smart.
Looking for a gift for someone who has everything or an inexpensive way to let someone know you care? Make a special holiday snack! Everyone enjoys homemade goodies, and they’re fun to whip up. Invest in some cute holiday tins, colored cellophane or themed paper plates to create a simple package, and then get to work in the kitchen. If you want to go all out, you can even buy a basket from your local crafts store. It’s cheaper than purchasing a pre-made holiday gift basket, and you’ll
Image Courtesy of SomeEcards.com There’s been a bit of debate on whether regifting is proper etiquette. Some people think it’s tacky and should never be done, while others say it’s okay for certain occasions and a great way to reduce waste. So long as the receiving party isn’t a staunch opponent to regifting, there are ways to regift thoughtfully and ways to blow it completely. Here are some regifting tips. Choose the Right Moment First off, gifts should rarely be recycled.