Sometimes, the most useful gifts are books! Some people might have an affinity for writing, while others have a never-ending need for organizers. Use this gift guide to determine which book would be best!
The key to less stress? Organization. When I plan out my day in writing, I feel myself slowly becoming less overwhelmed by the tasks I have to accomplish. I also feel more secure knowing that all my important documents and information will be kept in a safe, retrievable place (especially when technology goes awry and I lose all my information!)
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Ever have an idea and think, “I should write this down”? Idea logs and journals are perfect for the inspired, innovative minds that want to record and reflect on their ideas and experiences.
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I have friends and family members who have specific diets (vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, etc.), as well as people who are just looking for a new dish to cook. Cookbooks with the appropriate recipes would be perfect for them! Books like “The Modern Girl’s Guide to Life” are fun and relatable gifts. These guide books provide a mixture of humor and insightful advice that the audience can identify with.
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Celebrate parenthood! Pregnancy manuals and other preparation books are great gifts to give to a couple who is expecting. Although I consider my mom a “Supermom”, I could never undermine the great job my dad has done in raising me. Give books that apply to both parents! After the baby is born, help document precious moments with scrap-booking kits.
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Giving a book as a gift is a thoughtful gesture. I remember I once told my roommate how I like to draw in my leisure time. Upon my return to school after winter break, she had surprised me with a sketchbook. I was touched that she remembered something I said in passing, and I still consider it one of the best gifts I’ve received.
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