Holiday Gift Ideas | Blogmas #5

There are so many weird, wonderful, and unique things that I come across during the ample amount of time I spend on the Internet. Here are some of my favorites in case anyone is in need of gift ideas. Enjoy!

FOR THE FOOD LOVER

The Cravory There are HUNDREDS of subscription boxes out there, for any type of person who needs any type of thing. Buy someone a few months of surprise boxes and you’re golden. This one delivers fresh cookies to your doorstep each month! What could be better than that?

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Chocomize Everyone loves chocolate. If the person you’re gifting for doesn’t then you probably don’t need them in your life anyways. On this website you can customize your own chocolate bar, the flavor, toppings, etc.

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Try The World Another subscription box. Get foods from all around the world to try out every month.

FOR THE ANIMAL LOVER

Waggo A cute shop to find things for your dog ranging from dog bowls to toys to beds to waste bags to leashes.

Cuddle Clones This shop can replicate a picture of your pet into stuffed animal form!

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FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT LOVER

Skinnydip London The cutest tech accessories ever. Phone cases, cords and chargers, iPad sleeves, and more.

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Urban Outfitters Books Urban Outfitters is stocked full of quirky books about food, travel, coloring books, listography, and anything your heart desires.

Etsy Gadgets Weird things galore! Need an Altoid tin turned into a speaker? How about a USB drive made out of a wine cork?

FOR THE BEAUTY & FASHION LOVER

Fig & Yarrow These herbal facial steams just look beautiful and divine.

Resilience Streetwear A wide assortment of some of the best graphic clothing I’ve ever seen. All the designs are quite minimal which I really like.

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x Alex

 

Giving Back | Blogmas #4

Short one today. I really think that it’s an important thing to give something back to your community during the holiday season. All year round, in fact. Admittedly, I’m not always the best at this. However, each year my family and I always participate in the Operation Christmas Child toy drive. You choose to make a box for either a boy or a girl, and an age range, and then pack a shoebox filled with fun things. It then gets sent somewhere in the world to a less-fortunate family. This is the first year you are actually able to track your package online which is pretty cool! Here is what I got a 5-9 year old girl ☺

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x Alex