Do you need some last minute gifts? It happens to all of us – whether for a birthday, Hanukkah, Christmas, or any other gift-giving occasion – the need for a last minute gift. Sometimes in the hustle and bustle, someone slips your mind. Or that special someone is so hard to shop for that you are “looking” for months and then have nothing when the day arrives.
Here are some ideas that are great for almost any occasion:
You can’t go wrong with flowers. Pick something simple or elaborate, potted or a bouquet and almost nothing else matters.
(bonus points if it’s helping a cause like One Hope does!) Again, red or white, sparkling or not – whatever you like! When in doubt, I usually pick a food-friendly riesling or festive sparkling wine – hard not to like either!
Most eating establishments, large or small, are happy to offer gift cards or gift certificates. No time pick up a gift certificate? Just print the logo from their website and add cash or a check to DIY it. And it doesn’t have a to be fancy – a casual place to pick up a weeknight dinner or even a local bakery can be a welcome treat.
This might look different depending on the recipient – but I know plenty of people who would love someone to walk their dog, feed their cats, pick up their kids or skip the dry cleaner’s this week. The offer is especially meaningful if the family has a member with special needs – an aging parent, or a child with health challenges.
These one-size-fits-all 100% real nail polish strips are a great gift. The collection includes plenty of
These sparkly options are great for the holidays, but also perfect for year-round celebrations! Tokyo Lights, Holy Tealedo, and Rule of Plum are all beautiful options – both now, and year-round. Click here for all the current options.
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Autism Mom Gift Guide Via The Piece of Mind Retreat