Sometimes we overspend on gifts when we really don’t need to. The good news is that there is a hip company out of L.A. that makes the cutest and happiest accessories for girls of all ages, whether it’s your teenage niece or your best friend who has young children at home…
There’s a growing trend in our culture that it’s perfectly acceptable to ignore emails, phone calls, or Facebook messages from people who are inquiring of our assistance. I don’t know if it’s a generational thing or a result of our society’s burden with busyness (and thus forgetfulness!), but I want to plead the case that it’s still quite important to acknowledge anyone who takes the time to reach out to you.
I have discovered an adorable company that has modernized the once predictable baby bib and is making it super fun and easy to give as a baby gift. Even better, I’ve got a great coupon code exclusively for DoSayGive readers!
I have been waiting for a while now for a good deal on The Big O Key Ring and it’s finally here! This key ring has been one of the most popular gifts featured on DoSayGive and now all of you who have been wanting to buy one can get The Big O for 20% off!
My sister is in town this week introducing her Spring line to the Dallas FIG (Fashion Industry Gallery) market. So I thought it would be a great time to write a post about her company and why a piece of her jewelry can make such a fabulous gift for someone special in your life.
There are two extremes of home-keeping nowadays: the perfect “Pinterest” home, that often seems impossible to live up to, and the “mommy blogger” home, where it’s totally acceptable to leave your home in complete disarray all the time. I like to think there is an in-between. A place where lovely home-making serves an important purpose and one that’s not just for ourselves.
One of my favorite baby gifts to give is Robert Louis Stevenson’s A Child’s Garden of Verses. Poetry for a baby, you ask? Let me explain.
I have never been a “red” person. So when we recently moved into a house with a red front door, one of the first proclamations I made to my husband was that I wanted to paint the door.