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  • No One Cares What You Had for Lunch: 100 Ideas for Your Blog


    BUDGET HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE We may be the tiniest bit biased about this stunning book, seeing as it was written by Mighty Goods Editor Margaret Mason. No One Cares What You Had for Lunch is full of 100 excellent writing prompts for bloggers. These prompts will make readers gasp with delight and return to your blog again and again for its staggering insight and extravagant wit. Readers besides your mom. You can buy the book through Amazon, or purchase a lovingly autographed gift copy through the Mighty Girl link below. You will like it.

    $16 at Mighty Girl | Buy

    | Posted 14 Nov, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • One Year of White Pages


    For the writer, artist, anal-retentive list maker in your life – one slim journal for each month of the year.

    $35 at Rare Device | Buy

    | Posted 07 Nov, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Er’go Thinks Pink


    I’m a sucker for citrus, and this grapefruit-scented candle makes the whole room smell like sun. The $20 tag is good price for a long-burning soy candle, and a percentage of your purchase goes to fight breast cancer.

    $20 at Er'go Candles | Buy

    (no longer available)

    | Posted 24 Oct, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Kbox Modular Boxes


    $34 at Rare Device | Buy

    (Small box is 4 3/8 x 2 7/8 x 1")

    | Posted 19 Oct, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Postcard Book


    $19 at Rare Device | Buy

    (24 cards)

    | Posted 10 Oct, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Mug with Cookie Shelf


    Maximize your cookie calories by eliminating one of the dishes you have to wash.

    $31 at Up To You | Buy

    (no longer available)

    | Posted 06 Oct, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Slotted Lattice Scarf


    A scarf for your Hawaiian vacation. (via Dwell Magazine)

    $95 at Fung and Blatt Architects | Buy

    | Posted 05 Oct, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Pantone Collection


    These dishes are based on the sample plates used to demonstrate the colors available to hotels, restaurants, and country clubs. Buy a mug in your favorite color or a set of cereal bowls for the designer or artist in your life.

    $12 at Fishs Eddy | Buy

    (Price is for one dinner plate. You can also purchase mugs and bowls individually.)

    | Posted 12 Sep, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Hakbijl Night Carafe


    Fill this with water and place it near your bed before you head out for a night of carousing. This simple tool will cut your hangover in half. Bedside carafes, not just for the old and infirm anymore!

    $18 at Global Table | Buy

    (9 tall)

    | Posted 11 Sep, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • A City Built on Rock n’ Roll Shirt


    $12 at Threadless | Buy

    (Women's shirts are $14.)

    | Posted 06 Sep, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Earl Grey Lavender Tea


    This Earl Grey with a hint of sweet lavender is a nice update on a classic. Ideal between bites of shortbread, the tea comes in cute little boxes that make you feel like you’re opening a present for yourself every time you make a cup of tea.

    $8 at Revolution Tea | Buy

    (For twenty servings.)

    | Posted 05 Sep, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Self-watering Flowerpot


    Your plants seem to die when you look at them wrong. This self-watering flowerpot lets you go 7-10 days without watering. Give your plants a fighting chance against your forgetfulness.

    $28 at Orange Skin | Buy

    | Posted 01 Sep, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Curiosa


    I posted about this book on the ReadyMade blog a couple weeks ago and realized that I’d never mentioned it here. It’s one of my favorite gifts for thinkie types. Here’s what I said: Curiosa has me spellbound. If you were the type of kid who saved special pebbles, scraps of paper, or important leaves, Barton Lidice Benes’s book of “obsessive assemblages” will hook you.
    I couldn’t skip a single item-the communion wafer from JFK’s funeral, a bit of mummy dust, jelly beans from Ronald Reagan’s desk, Roy Rogers’s nasal douche. Item by item, the artist explores our acquisition instinct by grouping small, fascinating objects in illuminating ways. Something about this book satisfies the part of you that wants to be remembered with love. So ispiring.

    $30 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 28 Aug, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Cardstock Set of Cards


    Forty greeting cards for every occasion: 6 Birthday, 2 Congratulations, 2 Valentines, 6 Thank You, 2 Mothers Day, 2 Fathers Day, 2 Sympathy, 2 Anniversary, 4 Blank, 2 Get Well, 6 Holiday, 4 New Year.

    $60 at Set Editions | Buy

    | Posted 14 Aug, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Numi Tea Flower Chest


    Tea that blooms. Each tea rosette can be brewed up to three times, and they look spectacular sea creatures in a glass teapot.

    $45 at Sur La Table | Buy

    | Posted 10 Aug, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Silogirl Folds


    Letterpressed silhouettes of women’s profiles. I know we’ve all seen this motif before, but these cards are better. Just beautifully done, gorgeous paper, and the artist represents women from different cultural backgrounds.

    $20 at Paper Cup Design | Buy

    (For a mixed set of ten. Or $4.50 each.)

    | Posted 08 Aug, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Lisbon Lemon Olive Oil


    Yum! This is my new favorite host gift. It’s about the same as a cheap bottle of wine, but so much more unique and thoughtful. Plus, it’s lemony delicious – fantastic in mashed potatoes, pasta salads, or as a light dressing for veggies or white fish.

    $11 at Stonehouse | Buy

    (7.61 oz)

    | Posted 07 Aug, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Smith’s Rosebud Salve


    This is the balm I use when my lips are cracked and thirsty for love. It smells like tea roses and has a flattering pink tint. So soft and healing, use it to get rid of icky skin flakes. Also makes a great cuticle cream.

    $6 at | Buy

    | Posted 31 Jul, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Anchor Old Potrero 18th Century Style Rye


    A pet project of the Anchor Steam Brewery on San Francisco’s Potrero Hill, Old Poetrero Rye is their attempt to recreate the original American whiskey. Rye is nearly impossible to find in bars or liquor stores, so if you know a whiskey lover, this is a can’t-miss gift. Old Potrero is made in a small copper pot still at the distillery, and aged for a year in Oak barrels. There’s never enough to go around, so get yours while it’s in season and available.

    $61 at Beverages and More | Buy

    | Posted 25 Jul, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Designers Guild Card Case


    ON SALE Also comes in pink and orange. A great price for this pebbled leather wallet with nubuck suede and striped interior.

    $20 at MOMA Store | Buy

    (Regularly $32.)

    | Posted 14 Jul, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Mini Wallet Wood Print


    A cool, inexpensive card case to slip in your back pocket. It’s vinyl with a wood print and has two interior pockets, one of which is clear.

    $15 at Fluffy Co. | Buy

    | Posted 14 Jul, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Ohto Tasche Fountain Pen


    Wouldn’t you feel classier, more official, writing with a fountain pen? This one is a wee-tiny pen when closed, but then you open it and stick the cap on the end, and it makes for a full-sized fountain pen. A portable penmanship upgrade. (via Uncrate)

    $20 at Jet Pens | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jul, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Ingenuitea


    My friend Heather cannot say enough about this teapot. The site has a very clear description of how it works: “When tea is ready, simply place it atop your cup. This will cause a valve at the bottom to release: crystal-clear tea flows down, while the mesh filter retains all the leaves.” Golf claps all around.

    $19 at Adagio Teas | Buy

    | Posted 05 Jul, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Fresh Hand and Body Lotion


    Raw Beauty sent me a bottle of their “Black Raspberry Vanilla” lotion a while ago, and I didn’t pay much attention. This is because I’m a packaging whore, and I didn’t like the bottle. After all, half the appeal of a good lotion is how it looks pretty on the counter. Then I set the bottle on my desk and started using it when my hands were feeling chapped. It leaves my thirsty hands feeling silky and it has a subtle scent – like rich-girl neck. It also reminds me of a bowl of cream with a few raspberries tossed in. Anyway, when I realized that I might just order more when my stash runs out, I figured it was high time to tell you guys about it. Hemp oil plus carrot extract equals crazy softness.

    $12 at Raw Beauty | Buy

    (8 oz.)

    | Posted 27 Jun, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Porcelain Candle Cup


    Hand-thrown porcelain cups with little perforations that throw dancing light dots on the table. Especially lovely after a bottle of wine on the back porch.

    $28 at Peek Keep | Buy

    (no longer available)

    | Posted 26 Jun, 2006 by Margaret Mason

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