With all of the wonderful sponsorship opportunities offered by rescue organizations this gift giving season, there's no need to try to guess what your assistant will like or what size your aunt wears. Just think of all of the joy you can bring to humans and animals alike!
I am counting down the last days before 2012 by Facebooking one art suggestion a day and consolidating these suggestions into blogs of 11 each. This particular blog focuses on the gifts one might give to oneself.
These purchases aren't just great gifts, they support worthy causes ranging from rescuing puppies to building schools in Nepal. It gives the phrase "it's the thought that counts" a whole new meaning.
Following are a few, very personal choices. It's a collection of things I've come across and just could not resist, or extensions of this global culture explorer's journey, through which I've been introduced to experiences beyond my wildest dreams.
Over at Artlog, we've compiled a list of unique gifts from our favorite museum stores and art websites, and the best part is, they're all online!
Joseph's enthusiasm was infectious. A refugee from Liberia, he was showing me around the International Rescue Committee's New Roots Community Farm in San Diego and it was clear how much he appreciated the opportunity to grow fresh produce so close to home.
Just a few more days before we all end up in the proverbial dog house if we don't have the right presents under that tree! Guys are the hardest to shop for, I think.
Is your shopping list bigger than your budget? Here are some gift ideas that are free and yet very meaningful. They may even be the most precious and well-received gifts of all.
I just know many of you out there are scrambling to catch up on your holiday gift giving. This article's for you.
Instead of going to the mall, make a detour to the grocery store -- and then go straight home, pour yourself a glass of eggnog, and whip up a batch of any one of these original, edible gifts.
For the friend who subscribes to more than three fashion/style magazines... 1. Edgy, but still sweet...
Gone are the days where a cute little outfit from Baby Gap or a Monopoly game would suffice. Nope. Now we've got iPads, 3S and dolls so pretty it just...
In this economy, when money is so tight, it's more important than ever to use your purchasing power wisely and support companies that embrace your own philosophies.
Are you stumped on what to get your premiere client, chic girlfriend who always rocks the latest trends, your finicky mother-in-law or your drama-pron...
As we slide into the home stretch that is The Holiday Season, one should never be in a crowded, smelly mall left wondering, "What the hell am I going to get *insert gift recipient here* this year???"