Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Holiday Catch up!

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Favorite Thing About The Holiday Season
I'd have to say my favorite thing about the holidays is the "spirit". Yes, that's right I believe that people tend to get a little bit nicer around this time of the year. I know that malls can be over crowded, parking lots can be like a game of dodge ball and the bleeding of cash can be rough but at the end of the day I think people try to be nicer. 

Holiday Shopping Tips
Here's my one tip I can give to you- Shop Online! It's simple, it's easy, you can find free shipping codes, discount codes and you can do it in your pajamas. 

Tomorrow, I'll be back with all about my travels from visiting my friend Kristin and the disaster that happened in my basement. Trust me, it's a very interesting story......


11 comments:

Laura said...

I would love to shop online for some things, but I'm a girl that needs to feel/pickup/try on most things!

Rachel said...

I would MUCH rather shop online! haha and that's just what I've been doing.

JMJE said...

I have been doing tons of online shopping the past 2 weeks. Maybe a little too much. But I'm excited for the gifts to start coming in.

(Florida) Girl said...

I agree--it is a special time where people slow down a little bit more to appreciate the small things.

Krysten @ After 'I Do' said...

I totally agree with you about the spirit, I feel the same way.

Dollface said...

i always online shop with free ship codes, they are the best!!! xxxoo

TheBabyMammaChronicles said...

Hi Jennifer! Thanks for commenting on my post yesterday! Love your blog design and looking forward to the story to come on your trip!

Bird Shit and Baby Caca said...

I love this time of year, I tend to think of others which is something I normally don't do LOL

Hutch said...

I did 97% of my shopping online this year!

star said...

Yup, the spirit of Christmas is just amazing! I call it "magic"! Have a great day!

garden state prep said...

I'm all about the online shopping, especially for price comparisons. I ventured to the mall last week to get a toaster for my mom and regretted it after about fifteen minutes because the crowds were intense!