The holiday season is in full swing, and you may have everything ready for under the tree, but do you have small gifts covered for the sock-shaped bags hanging from the fireplace? To help wrap up your Christmas shopping, here are answers to common questions and inspiration for stocking fillers.
Hosting can be so much fun, and it can be a lot of work. A great deal of planning and preparation goes into hosting a party, let alone a holiday party, and not to mention the DIY bed & breakfast for those out of towners. Whatever the occasion, big or small, we are grateful to those willing to open their home to us.
Knowing the dos and don'ts of giving a hostess gift can be overwhelming. You want to show gratitude but may not know what's appropriate to bring. To help relieve the stress, here are a few tips and answers to common questions on hosting gifts. Just remember they're your friends, and as long as it's a genuine gift, they'll appreciate it, so don't add too many gray hairs over this one.
It can feel a little old school, but I love the tradition of holiday cards. They help you to keep in touch with friends and family each year while sending a note of love and joy their way.
Christmas cards can be made personal with matching outfits in front of a tree holding a dog or with photos from throughout the year. We like to gather a couple of photos of our travels during the year. It helps our family stay posted on what we're up to and is more authentic to who we are. What's your photo preference to include in your cards? To help in deciding the design best for your family this year, we're sharing several ideas for holiday cards.
There's nothing like a nice hot cup of coffee to start your morning or an iced latte for an afternoon jolt. I enjoy coffee so much that if I'm not thinking about getting a cup, mention the word cappuccino, and I'm all in. In honor of coffee lovers everywhere, I'm sharing my favorite coffee gifts for the person in your life that loves coffee just as much as I do.