Holiday GIFT GUIDE: Gift Ideas for Guys

Growing up with two brothers, means I have spent a lot of holidays thinking long and hard about what to get them. Guys can be hard to shop for. Right, ladies?! Hopefully this holiday gift guide helps, no matter what the guy you’re shopping for is into!

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What are your go-to gifts for guys during the holidays? Are you giving any of the gifts I’ve shared? I would love to hear all about your holiday gift shopping in the comments.

Happy Holidays!

Sarah Camille

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GIFT GUIDE: What’s on my Christmas Wish List

Happy December friends! I hope your month is off to a festive start with the holidays in full swing now. For Will and I, it’s our first married Christmas together. To stick with tradition, we got our Christmas tree over the weekend. This week, we are slowly finishing up our home decorating. Admittedly, I am not that person who is ahead of the game during the holidays. I haven’t done much gift shopping, yet. I’m also getting lots of questions about what I want for Christmas. So, after brainstorming some gift ideas over the weekend, I figured I would share my Christmas wish list with you all. Let’s dive in!

My Christmas Wish List

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#1 cupcakes & cashmere Antebellum Coat

#2 Adidas Swift Run Sneakers

#3 Target Sugarfix by BaubleBar Resin Hoop Earrings

#4 “Homebody: A Guide to Creating Spaces You Never Want to Leave” by Joanna Gaines

#5 Crate & Barrel Acacia Glass Jars

#6 J.Crew Nordic Wedge Bootie

#7 Anthropologie Trinket Dish

#8 Abercrombie & Fitch Waffle Henley

#9 Laura Mercier Lip Glace in Daquiri

#10 J.Crew Gingham Pajama Set

#11 “Whiskey in a Teacup” by Reese Witherspoon

#12 Zella Go Run Reflect Shorts

#13 Glamglow Multimasking Mask Treatment Set

#14 Abercrombie & Fitch Fair Isle Crew Sweater

#15 Le Creuset Tart Dish

#16 Sole Society Ragna Satchel

If you haven’t come up with anything to ask for yourself or give this holiday season, hopefully this list helps you come up with some ideas. I’m working on a couple more gift guides for you all too, so stay tuned!

Related: 25 Christmas Gifts for $25 or Less

What’s on your Christmas wish list this year? Are there people who are really difficult to shop for? I’d love to know who they are or if you have a go-to gift for people who are hard to shope for. Let’s chat about our gift giving tactics and experiences in the comments.

Cheers to the holidays!

Sarah Camille

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Unique Gifts for your Christmas Whis

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Five Creative Christmas Traditions You Can Start Now

Now that I have reflected on our Christmas tree tradition, I have been thinking a lot about the magic of family traditions. The Christmas tree itself is a tradition that dates back to the Middle Ages. But this day in age, Christmas so often seems to revolve around ads and messages to buy things. Christmas traditions, however, revolve around fun, quality time — the most special thing and the best gift we can give our loved ones. With that sentiment in mind, here are a few creative Christmas traditions that should cost you close to nothing.

First, here’s a peek at our Christmas tree this year! My favorite part is the angel we got last year from Amazon. It is ceramic and has a glittery halo. The picture doesn’t really do it justice.

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Creative Christmas Traditions

  1. Hiding a special ornament. Have a designated, special ornament on your tree. Then, on Christmas Eve, hide the ornament from your family members. The first to spot the ornament on Christmas morning gets to open their gifts first. This idea stems from a Wide Open Country article about pickle ornaments. Have you heard of these?!
  2. Lighting the tree on Christmas Eve. One friend told me that growing up their tree was never lit until Christmas Eve. Every year she waited in anticipation to see how beautiful it was. A different family member got to plug in the tree each year too. How fun is that?
  3. Reading the Christmas Story before placing any gifts under the tree. If you are religious, this may be a nice way to reflect on the meaning of Christmas. You can also do read the Christmas Story around the tree on Christmas Eve.
  4. Making or picking out ornaments for each other. Whether for spouses or siblings, getting a hand-picked or handmade ornament from someone you love is special. You can do an exchange of the ornaments to kickoff the decorating of the tree too. Have you ever made an ornament for someone?
  5. Enjoy the twelve days of Christmas. Historically, the twelve days of Christmas last from Christmas Day until January 6th. So, you can leave your Christmas tree up until then or even save a present for the 12th day of Christmas.

In addition to going to our annual Christmas Tree Farm trip to cut down our tree, there are a few other things I do every Christmas. I always bake seasoned crackers, following my grandmother’s recipe, and give them to friends. I also love watching certain Christmas movies every year. Every Christmas Eve, I go to a candlelight church service and have dinner with my family.

Since I am getting married next year, I have started thinking about which childhood Christmas traditions I should continue and which things I would like to do differently.

Are there any traditions you carried over from your childhood? Are there any that are brand new that you will know you will be doing for years? Do you have any creative Christmas Traditions that don’t cost anything?

I would love to hear all about the little things you do with your family every Christmas.

Cheers the happiest of holidays!

Sarah Camille

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