Holiday gift giving can be a fantastic opportunity to help your friends and family become a little more prepared for emergencies
Here’s hoping Santa puts something nice for the kitchen under your tree this year. He’s more likely to do that if you read this gift guide.
I asked some friends what their favorites gifts at college have been, or what gifts they’d love to get this Christmas. Here are some recommendations.
Whether you’re shopping for your significant other, a dog lover, kids or a makeup queen, we’ve got you covered with no shortage of good ideas.
None of these crafts are expensive or elaborate, but they have the potential to allow your children to cultivate their humanity at Christmas time.
As I think about what to give the people I love, both for Christmas and at other times such as birthdays, I find myself wanting to be more intentional, and give fewer, better things.
Don’t be fooled by silly or gimmicky bar products. Drink-making is one of the oldest, most fun traditions in the world, and doesn’t require nifty gadgets that will get lost in a drawer for years.
This holiday season, be conscious of your budget, take note of her taste, and heed a few simple design rules to get her a gift she’ll love.
Editors of fancy magazines are often incentivized to feature certain products, without you ever knowing it. So I went to a group of women I could trust.
Yes, you can get them the standard gift certificate for a spa day or yet another tie, but allow us to encourage a different approach this year. Get them something useful.
Do you know someone who would like a video game for Christmas, but you have no idea what to buy? Here’s some help.
Books last a lifetime—even if the bindings and pages don’t, the characters, drama, emotions, and imagination spurred by a timeless story endure forever.
Learn to be the king of wrap. There is none higher. Sucker present-wrappers will call you sire.
Your family and friends know you’re working on a budget so they’ll understand. If you put time and thought into your gift, it’ll show.
The Federalist staff and contributors have teamed up to share with you our best gift ideas and most dearly wished-for items that will translate well across the country and even globe.
Sometimes we use gifts to make ourselves feel less guilty, to beat the Joneses, because we’re addicted to consuming to distract ourselves from what happens when things get quiet.
It’s possible to give a unique, thoughtful wedding gift without breaking the bank or sending something so kitschy that you’ll be listed as a lame gift giver for the rest of your life.
Start with the glitter-glue cards from the kids or grandkids, of course. You, however, should stop buying tacky dish towels and yet another bottle of lotion for Mother’s Day.
Rather than complaining at unequal distributions of Christmas presents, now’s the time to teach your kids contentment.
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