(StatePoint) Still shopping for the perfect holiday gifts for loved ones? Don’t fret! There are still plenty of great ideas (and deals) out there to help you check those final gifts off your list. Explore ideas like 5G tech, jewelry that gives back, and gifts for the great outdoors to keep y…
(StatePoint) Gifting tech this holiday season? You’re in good company. The number one gift that adults want to receive during the 2020 holiday season is a smartphone, and the top gift adults want to give is headphones.
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(StatePoint) During a holiday season that by all counts will be unlike any other experienced in recent history, shoppers may be looking for creative and nontraditional ways to celebrate and share the festive spirit, while at the same time carefully managing tight budgets in an especially cha…
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(StatePoint) Shopping for holiday gifts for kids? Looking for activities that don’t involve a screen? Consider toys and activities that will inspire them this holiday season and beyond. Here are four great gift ideas that will encourage kids to be creative and use their imaginations:
(StatePoint) Shopping for kids this holiday season and want to make a splash? Add some holiday cheer to the gift pile and wow kids with these big ideas that combine learning and fun!
(StatePoint) Flowers, chocolate and candlelit dinner are classic ways to show devotion on Valentine’s Day, but by tapping into your loved one’s hobbies and interests, you will discover gifts that truly last.