Low-price, high-impact presents

From the SF Gate:
I co-hosted a baby shower yesterday for one of my dearest friends, and a gift from her mother-in-law had the room all verklempt.
Inside a box: a onesie that the father-to-be had worn, a photo of him in the outfit at six months, and a note explaining the onesie’s history. When my friend’s [...]

Unique Gifts for Baby Showers or the Holidays Found on Etsy

If you’re looking for a cute and unique gift for a new parent and want your gift to stand out from the crowd, Etsy is a great place to shop online. The majority of the items listed on Etsy are handmade, so with each purchase you’re doing your part to support the spirit of independent business. [...]

Display Your Gratification With An Appropriate Thank You Note

People get gifts for all sorts of occasions including birthdays, weddings, baby showers and graduations.  It is only necessary to display your gratification for the gifts with appropriate and well thought out thank you notes.  With a simple formula you too can show how much the gifts really meant to you.
Before you begin writing the [...]

Gift Reciprocity

This post was written by a Simchabucks user.
As a man of a certain age, having recently married off my youngest, my major gift-giving issue now is one of reciprocity, of responding in kind and degree to presents given not to me or my wife, but to those to my daughter and her groom, my grandchildren for birth or [...]

3 Steps to Take to Relieve the Stress Out of Gift Giving by Andrea McClure

Weddings are filled with feelings. There is a little bit of fear about the unknown and that is mixed with the excitement of what lies ahead. There are feelings of stress over the daunting task of planning a wedding and a little bit of relief when the planning is almost done. Then there is even [...]

Is the “When” of a Thank You Note More Important than the “What”?

One of many memorable moments from my high school years was an explicit lesson  about writing “thank you” notes from Mr. Sand, the Student Council Faculty Adviser.
As Senior Class President, I was responsible for organizing the high school’s annual blood drive. I thought my job was done after the Red Cross trucks pulled away from [...]