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December 15, 2017

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I have all my Christmas shopping done! This year, shopping was so easy because I did it all online. I got to lay in bed and watch tv while shopping, and it was actually very relaxing instead of stressful trying to fight the crowds. 

I discovered a website called Elfster that makes shopping and buying gifts even easier. You can create wish lists for yourself or for your kids and send it to family members. I’ve gotten so many phone calls, texts, and questions about gift ideas for Hazel, and it’s so convenient to be able to send one link to family so they have all the gift ideas in one place. I also have the hardest time knowing what to buy for my two nephews. I worry that I’m either going to get them something they already have (which has happened before) or something that they don’t really like. I would love it if I received an email with links to shop the exact items they’d like. I’m hoping my sister-in-law reads this post and gets the hint to use this for my nephews birthdays and Christmas. 😉 Haha! You can also use Elfster to create a secret gift exchange. You just invite your friends or family and secretly draw names. We do a secret Santa Gift exchange with my family each year so I absolutely LOVE this feature! 

Holiday shopping can be so stressful so I love anything that takes the stress away and allows you to enjoy the season more 🙂

XO, Kacie

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