What to buy for your best friend? Hey, she spent the year making you laugh, and listening to your crazy ideas and problems, I think she deserves something special.
So here’s a list of some awesome gift ideas for her under $50 (giving gifts makes me happy but sticking to my budget makes me happier).
- Rocabella Tassel Earrings $36
- Paint The Town Lip Set $24
- Marshmallow Out USB Foot Warmers $39
- Retablo Candles $28
- Curiosity (with Wood Mount frame) $38.99
- R29 Editor Pick Pointed Toe Booties $34.95
- Sara Pocket Shopper Bag $24
- Almond Cookie Gift Set $18.00
- Whitaker Reversible Throw $39
- Cut and Sew Jumper Dress $45
Grab a cute gift box, or some fun wrapping paper, and some printed ribbon to surely make your gift a hit. Happy Holidays!
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Right around the time I turned 30 I realized I really hated “working out,” which made it really hard for me to stick to any exercise program or regimen long term.
The feeling of walking into a large gym aggravated me. That type of gym where men gawk at you for every squat rep, the showers are dirty, and being the only woman in the free weights section gives you an uncomfortable feeling. It always turns me off. I enjoy boutique gyms but they’re way too expensive. Yoga is great, but after a stressful day or week, I just can’t seem to turn my mind off enough to be relaxed and benefit from the classes.
So now, I have boxing.
I always enjoyed watching the sport and am fascinated by the people who dominate it. So one day I decided to give it a try. I fell in love with it right away.
It’s my stress reliever after a long week and my go to place for alone time (even though I’m not alone). According to my trainer I got that natural snap and a mean hook. I’m a work in progress.
He’s totally a mama’s boy, but he always manages to keep his dad in sight.
Call me crybaby Nat. I find myself crying tears of joy at least a few times a week. I started crying today watching my son run around in a park, picking tomatoes from a planter.
He’s so innocent and scrumptious I wish I could keep him this small. Moms, do you find yourself getting emotional as often as I do? What makes you emotional?