10 days until Christmas! Stressed or super excited?
Or somewhere smack dab in the middle, like me? I still have some online shopping to wrap up and some old-school store shopping to do to. In the meantime, I made a little wish list. I’m on the other-side of life where it’s more fun to give then receive, but one of the most fun things about Christmas when I was a kid was looking through catalogs and making lists. So, I thought why not. My hubby and I usually don’t do gifts, anymore, so this was for pure fun, and maybe it will give you a few more ideas if you are stuck on what to give.
More ideas for girls here, guys here and littles here.
1 / Let’s Stay Home Banner : I’ve always been a bit of a homebody, and these days I almost feel a bit recluse….so why not declare my love for home with a banner?
2 / Tata Harper Aromatic Stress Treatment : I’ve heard this stuff is good. Real good. I’ve been wanting to try anything Tata Harper for awhile now. I’m looking for ways to deal with stress immediately and this sounds right up my alley. There is also an Irritability Treatment and a Bedtime Treatment. I’d love to try the entire trio.
3 / Yoga Block : I can’t get enough yoga these days. Since I’m practicing I’m finding I need a few accessories, a block being one. Here are a few other yoga things I could use – psychedelic yoga pants, a pretty mat, and an eye pillow.
4 / Electric Kettle : I’ve always loved tea, but these days, while I’m off of coffee (might give it a try tomorrow and see what happens!) I’m drinking tons of it. I’ve never had an electric kettle, but all the Brits do so I don’t know what I’m waiting for. This is the cutest one around.
5 / Thick Frame Sunglasses : I lost my cool sunglasses and really would love to replace them. I’m la la loving this pair.
6 / Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up : The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing : I’m getting better at decluttering but I still could use some serious help. Everyone says this book worked for them. Books are my favorite, so I’m always happy to get books. Erin even has me convinced I need a an e-reader. I’ll add this one to my list. And, for a Christmas break fiction, read, I’m planning on The Lake House (Kate Morton is one of my fave authors). More good reads here.
7 / Slippers : I’ve taken to wearing my birks around the house and I think winter rather requires slippers, don’t you?
8 / Chunky Knit Raglan : I don’t have anything from Everlane. As a blogger, I’m kind of embarrassed by that. Kidding. Kind of. I hear their t-shirts are the best. But, since it’s chilly out, I’m eyeing this sweater.
9 / Slow Cooker : Years ago, I would have probably cried if someone gave me this, but these days I’d rejoice. My old crock pot is about to croak and with a family of six, I need this super duper sized one and it’s 50% off today!!!!!!
What’s on your wish list this year?
PS- I should admit that I usually buy a little something for myself. Do you do this too? Nothing big. Maybe a book, maybe some pajamas. Maybe I’ll pick something from my own wish list this year.
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Commented on December 15th, 2015 at 3:23pm
I’m an excellent shopper for myself this time of year. It’s everyone else that leaves me stumped. Apparently I’ve been a very good girl this year. Whoops! ;)
Commented on December 15th, 2015 at 5:27pm
@Dominique Chrisotffersen, Right… I get that… It’s hard coming up with good ideas for others :) Hope you treat yourself with a little something! xo. t