If you're done your shopping already, pat yourself on the back. You won't have to fight a desperate mother for the last Lalaloopsy doll. Or wait in line for 2 hours at WalMart just to purchase a box of chocolates for that Secret Santa you forgot about at work.
Instead, you can just read this post and take notes for the next gift you need to buy.
Everyone else, read fast, put on your best "shopping on a mission" comfy shoes, and face the mob of last-minute shoppers, because these are gifts anyone on your list can love. (Unless you've got a list full of those people I mentioned last Friday... In which case, you're probably screwed).
Here you go! Gifts for...
We all know someone who has shoeboxes full of trinkets from "major moments" in their lives. Like the movie stub from that time they went to see that movie with those people they're not even friends with anymore. Or the cork from that bottle of champagne from that one special New Years Eve. The list of items goes on and on. For that person, I recommend: Listography: Your Life in Lists. Every page has a title of a new list for you to create: People You've Lived With, Places You've Travelled, Concerts You've Attended...
|It was only a matter of time...|
|A little dark, but trust me, a book that sees the downside of everything is funny.|
|It's always funny to read about the crap that happens to other people.|
|For the History Teacher (of even just a History Lover)|
Know someone who always seems to be volunteering time to this charity or that organization? Someone who always seems to be coming home with a story about how she rescued a kitten while helping an elderly man cross the street to reunite with his long-lost daughter? Or maybe you know someone who is always saying they want to start changing the world but has no idea where to begin? Either way, this book is your answer:
|From the website http://www.doonenicething.com/ this books lists little things you can do each day to make a difference.|
It's actually on my must-have list.