Studied Political Science at Duquesne University.
Highest Honors Graduate in Fitness and Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute.
Her passion is fitness and nutrition.
She is obsessed with educating herself about the subject of hygge.
Published November 18th 2020
It is not about the amount of money, but the amount of love
The holidays are approaching. Is money tight? Are you wondering how you are going to be able to afford presents this year?
There is a compiled list of presents below to hopefully help. You can still be an elf this year!
The list has something for everyone.
Toys Buy children something they want but something that teaches a life skill; a ball to play, a bicycle to drive, a radio to sing or a children's cookbook to bake and cook.
Clothes Children and adults both need clothes. There is nothing to be ashamed of by shopping at a thrift store, such as The Salvation Army.
Coloring book page and frame Color a meaningful coloring book page. Then, place in a frame.
Jar with an apron and recipe Buy an apron from a thrift store. Handwrite a recipe. Roll up the apron and tuck recipe both in a jar.
Candle Go to a dollar store and find a candle for less than $5.00.
Flower or vegetable seeds
A wonderful gift for the person with a green thumb in your life.
Toboggan There is nothing like a warm toboggan during the winter.
Lanyard Do you know someone who always loses their keys?
Coffee or tea A nice warm drink to take away the chills.
This is a healthy treat.
A nice little indulgence that shows a lot of love.
A totally special gift, especially if homemade.
Deck of cards
Do you know someone with a worn-out deck of cards? Give them some good luck!
Do you know a lady who does not splurge on herself?
Something to adore during the holidays.
Small bag of groceries
Select some nice items for a loved one's pantry - food that you know would really be appreciated. For example, a 2 liter or 12 pack of cola This gift is self-explanatory. A person needs to drink as much as food.
Crate of bottled water
Do you know someone who only drinks water or is conscious of their health?
Buy a special water bottle for them to refill.
Maybe buy a water enhancer to liven up all of their water consumption.
Buy a special cup for their coffee or tea.
Office sized essential oil diffuser with a bottle of essential oil
These diffusers are mini-sized and cheap. Choose a small essential oil bottle too.
Coloring book and gel pens
Coloring books are the rage these days. Buy coloring books and gel pens at Dollar Tree for $1.00.
Battery operated light
These are nice to have during the winter in case of power outages.
The coronavirus has ruined everything but that does not mean we have to let it ruin our holidays.
I hope you have found this list to be useful. It is not the amount of money but the love that goes into the gift. This is how you can help Santa out.