‘Tis the season!
If you’ve got trendy millennials in your friendship arsenal, read this.
In the past year, I had the opportunity to ask over 100 brilliant people: “What purchase of $100 or less has most positively impacted your life in the last six months? “
Practical, functional, useful and fun travel essentials always make a great gift – especially if your mom travels often.
“Tickets to something or somewhere.. I’d much rather have an experience that I’ll enjoy and have fond memories of than some object I could buy myself.”
Perfect for the emotionally repressed!
Loving Star Wars isn’t a “nerdy” thing anymore, or as much as it used to be, anyway (nerds are probably arguing that it was NEVER nerdy to begin with, okay?)
Korean beauty products hit the American market a long time ago, but it can be an overwhelming process to find the right products–especially if the descriptions and ingredients seem foreign to you (snail creams, whitening essence, goat and/or horse milk, etc).
In my humble opinion, Father’s Day is a tough gift holiday. My dad, for one, requests “nothing” every year and when pressed, might suggest a pair of socks.
Gifts of experience are often the most satisfying of all.