We love Christmas so much at our house. All the traditions, all the decorations, all the presents. Even the cheesy parts, like schmaltzy Christmas music and drinking hot cocoa by the fire. We love watching Home Alone and The Santa Clause, wearing Santa hats and listening to someone read A Christmas Carol (even if it’s just the Disney picture book version with Mickey Mouse).
We love Christmas so much because we love celebrating that Jesus came into the world Continue reading →
Let’s face it, musicians are weird. So a weird gift for a musician is weirdly fitting. As a musician myself (guitar, tinker around on a banjo) I know that an off-the-beaten-path instrument is a stellar gift idea. Continue reading →
Whether the nurse practitioner in your life is graduating, retiring, celebrating a birthday, or visiting for the holidays, you’ll want to find the very best nurse practitioner gift ideas. Here are 21 of our favorites. Continue reading →
He seems to have everything. So what do you get him? Goodness knows, as much as a bro can complain about finding a gift for a woman, buying a gift for Dad, your brother, husband, son or boyfriend can be even tougher. Continue reading →
Remodeling is tough work. If you’re turning a bonus room, den, or kitchen space into a home bar, you lose all or part of that room for a while… and usually longer than the original estimate! Then there’s sawdust and grime and everyone’s coming and going.
But when you get near to the end of the home bar remodel, that’s when the fun begins. Continue reading →
I’ll admit it – I’m a history geek. And these history buff gift ideas are exciting to me.
Note I don’t say I’m a history buff, because I forget at least half of what I read. But I’m happy to confess that I really enjoy history, whether it’s reading a biography that could double as a paperweight, watching a costume dramas set in a bygone era, or playing a history trivia game. So I think I might have an inside scoop on some great gift ideas for history enthusiasts if you’re in need of a few suggestions. Continue reading →