Need to cut the consumerism chain this holiday season? Here are two ready-to-go scripts on how to tell your family and loved ones that you don’t want gifts this year (as well as a few ideas for alternative gift giving).
The holidays can be a mad rush of frenzied shopping. Skip the piles of gifts and spend wisely on one big-ticket item, like an Instapop or a Roomba, and it’ll be worth it for the entire year ahead. Here’s our round-up of the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals to save your family a bundle.
Looking for a great gift for your toddler or little kid? Here’s a round-up of some of our favorite kid toys and gifts—forward this list to your relatives over the holidays if you need to come up with a gift list.
Is someone in your family or friend circle expecting a baby? Here’s our guide of the best gifts to get your brand-new parent friends—and what to avoid.
Most of us are taking on an insane amount of work, and we’re stressed, burned out, and over-tired from it. This year, I decided to plan ahead and find a way to do WAY less, but do it strategically. But what would I leave off the plate, and what would I keep? Here’s the three-part strategy I used to evaluate my time and my energy, and the surprising insights that came as a result of the exercise. Also: heads up, this is a lengthy post (4,500 words and counting).