To help you out we’re sharing Top Tips for Shopping Season Hits and a few wonderful ways to buy, eat and experience local. Click here for the intro.
Next up is Kim Todd! This GenXer likes the gifting to be good, grouped, and not overwhelming.
We're a family of five (they're almost grown!), and our family and friends are a crowd of wonderful gift-givers and gatherers so the season is always very full.
But decades ago the stress of searching to find the perfect thing for everyone - self-inflicted of course - took the shine off the season.
As a means of keeping the spirit up I started a ‘Year of The’ Tradition. It varies obviously, but ‘like’ people on our list receive a version of the same thing. It works! Here are some SHOPPING HITS
Close Family & Friends
Even though we needed it to be easy, we wanted the gifts to be special! And practical. Christmas Wreaths were perfect.
Neices, Nephews & Young Friends
Nieces, nephews and kid-aged friends can be really hard to shop for. We go for things to do together in a group. This can be weird but it's always fun
Next up is Amanda Russelll, an early Millennial and busy mom with her eye on stress-free shopping.
Tune in Thursday December 2, 2021.
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