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  • Anti-Social

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    It’s so easy to get sucked into the world of Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia, and the like - suddenly, three hours has gone by at work and you haven’t done so much as a single email. Whoopsie. Anti-Social blocks distracting social media sites, including ones you specify, and the only way to get around the block is to re-boot your computer. Test it out with the free trial, and revel in your sudden rise in productivity. Who knows? It could even lead to a promotion.

    $15 at Anti-Social | Buy

    | Posted 15 Jan, 2013 by Janet
  • Real Simple Easy, Delicious Home Cooking: 250 Recipes for Every Season and Occasion

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    We tend to rely on frozen entrees and take-out dinners more than we should, so in 2013, we’ve resolved to save money and eat better by cooking dinner at least four nights a week. With 250 recipes, over half of which can be made in under 30 minutes, this cookbook is our first step to gustatory goodness. Simple, quick, fresh, and delicious; what’s not to love?

    $15 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 14 Jan, 2013 by Janet
  • Unstuff Your Life! Kick the Clutter Habit and Completely Organize Your Life for Good

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    Tired of losing your keys, misplacing important bills, and buying yet another bottle of soy sauce because you couldn’t find the three bottles you already had? Get organized - for real this time - with sought-after organizational coach Andrew J. Mellen. He’s got a simple, effective plan to help you declutter and streamline every room in your home, without feeling like you’re getting rid of sentimental, important stuff.

    $12 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 by Janet
  • Birthday Calendar

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    Never get caught a day late and a greeting card short. Dedicate 10 minutes at the beginning of the year to jotting down the birthdays of your friends and family and always be prepared to celebrate.

    $30 at Linda & Harriett | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 by Rene
  • The Amplifiear

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    You finally got an iPad for Christmas this year, and you love watching movies and streaming TV shows on the crisp, clear screen…. But the audio? Not very loud, is it, since the speakers face away from the screen? This little sound projector clips onto the speaker corner of your iPad to reflect and project the sound towards the viewer. Comes with three different foam pads to fit iPads and iPad cases of varying thicknesses.

    $25 at Uncommon Goods | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 by Janet
  • Amphipod Printed Hydraform Handheld Bottle

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    Water bottles are a dime a dozen, but if you’re out for a run, it’s hard to hold on to one. This genius contraption is designed to be held as you walk or run, with a sleeve that fits around the bottle and keeps it strapped to your hand. The strap even contains a little zip pouch for keys or your MP3 player.

    $22 at Athleta | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 by Janet
  • LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls

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    Reduce static cling and soften your clothes without chemicals with these nifty tennis ball-sized contraptions. Made from lanolin-rich wool that’s been hand felted, these dryer balls will last for several years and the colors won’t ever bleed onto your clothes.

    $28 at The Green Life Co Store | Buy

    | Posted 09 Jan, 2013 by Janet
  • Lush Fair Trade Honey Shampoo

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    Honey might taste great on toast and in tea, but did you know it’s also a great moisturizer for your tresses? This preservative-free natural honey shampoo keeps hair shiny and soft, while linseed mucilage adds an extra conditioning punch.

    P.S. It smells divine… Don’t be surprised if you start attracting Winnie the Pooh.

    $30 at Lush | Buy

    | Posted 08 Jan, 2013 by Janet
  • FormesBerlin 3D Wood Postcard

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    Made in Germany from sustainably-harvested cedar wood veneer, this is one Christmas card that won’t get tossed into the recycling bin come January 1st. The card can be mailed with standard postcard postage, and the recipient gets the fun of punching out and folding the pieces into their very own keepsake ornament.

    $6 at FormesBerlin | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2013 by Janet
  • The Whisky Advent Calendar

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    Advent calendars with stale pieces of chocolate behind each door are best left to the kiddos. For a hostess gift that adults will drool over (and will result in you being invited back again and again), this over-21-only alcoholic advent tracker is a sure bet. Behind each of the 24 doors lies a bottled dram of a different whisky - one of them is even a 50 year-old Scotch whisky! We�d understand, though, if you wanted to buy this for yourself.

    $238 at Master of Malt | Buy

    | Posted 16 Nov, 2012 by Janet
  • Vineyard Photo Book

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    You are so thoughtful- you have created a unique photo book at Kolo as a thank-you gift. Sure to stand out among the bouquets of flowers and bottles of wine, this photo book will charm your hosts and also serve as a lovely keepsake for them.

    $8 at Kolo | Buy

    | Posted 15 Nov, 2012 by Rene
  • Knitted Cup Cozy

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    Your morning coffee deserves to be cozy, too. Wap this hand-knitted cup cozy around your mug to keep your hands warm but not hot and your beverage toasty.

    $18 at Natalya's Studio | Buy

    | Posted 05 Nov, 2012 by Rene
  • Ripper Maroon Cable Front Jumper

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    Do not be afraid of sweaters, men of the world! There is a (justifiable) fear of looking like either a schoolboy or Bill Cosby in his heyday. Reiss has got you covered in a manly maroon sweater with a chunky cabled front. Nice enough for work, simple enough for everyday, and stylish enough to boost your sartorial confidence, this piece is worth the pricetag.

    $180 at Reiss | Buy

    | Posted 01 Nov, 2012 by Rene
  • Limited Edition Evian Baby Fred Tee

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    Costume parties can be the worst if you are short on time or creativity. Fred Flare has you covered- literally- with their limited edition t-shirt from Evian. He’s a man! He’s a baby! Cue the double-takes. It might barely count as a costume, but it will at least get you in the door.

    $34 at fred flare | Buy

    | Posted 10 Oct, 2012 by Rene
  • Impulse Diva Black Martini Glasses

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    After the wee ghoulies and ghosties (okay, more like Iron Men and Bratz, these days) have gone to bed on Halloween night, mix up a batch of pumpkin-flavored cocktails and serve them to fellow tired parents. We cant guarantee tricks, but anything served from this set of four unique, gothic martini glasses is sure to be a spooky good treat.

    $45 at Overstock.com | Buy

    | Posted 09 Oct, 2012 by Janet
  • Bottle Green Crocodile iPhone Case

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    Sliding your iPhone into this handcrafted leather case will make you feel instantly rich and fabulous. The deep, dark green leather is embossed with a crocodile print that is as perfect for a Wall Street power player as it is a student with exceptionally good taste.

    $53 at Gracious Style | Buy

    | Posted 05 Oct, 2012 by Rene
  • Fast Shooter T Shirt

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    Say cheese for Dodge & Burn’s homage to vintage cameras. Their line of envious t-shirts features some oldies but goodies of picture-taking, including this take on a Canon 50 mm lens.

    $29 at Dodge & Burn | Buy

    | Posted 01 Oct, 2012 by Rene
  • iPad Case

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    Padded canvas will protect your iPad while the link pattern touts your good taste- the best of both worlds.

    $48 at Ame & Lulu | Buy

    | Posted 04 Sep, 2012 by Rene
  • Dinner: A Love Story

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    Need some family dinner inspiration? Or a game plan for how to even make that happen? You must read Jenny Rosenstrachs cookbook/memoir/instruction manual, Dinner: A Love Story. Any cookbook that contains a recipe for Lazy Bolognese is a winner in our book.

    $16 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 21 Aug, 2012 by Christy
  • Sol Watch

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    Soak up some rays and keep this watch ticking at the same time. Powered by solar energy, this modern-looking plastic and stainless steel timepiece is both good for the Earth and good looking.

    $100 at neo-utility | Buy

    | Posted 21 Aug, 2012 by Rene
  • momAgenda Family Planner

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    Back to school means a return to busy schedules. Keep everyone organized with this momAgenda weekly planner strategically placed where the whole family will see it on the fridge.

    $17 at momAgenda | Buy

    | Posted 13 Aug, 2012 by Christy
  • Laptop Bag

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    Tote your laptop in weathered, vintage style and help clean up the ocean. With each purchase, United by Blue will remove 1 pound of trash from waterways around the world.

    $98 at United by Blue | Buy

    | Posted 31 Jul, 2012 by Christy
  • Mercury Owls

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    Whooo can resist a wise night bird with a charitable spin? This mercury owl does more than just shimmer and shine. 50% of the purchase price will benefit St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital.

    $14 at West Elm | Buy

    (Small $14 Medium $19)

    | Posted 31 Jul, 2012 by Christy
  • Paris in Color

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    Have you seen Nichole Robertsons book yet? Filled with vibrant pictures and arranged by hue, Paris in Color will have you dreaming of France and ready to pack your bags.

    $12 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 24 Jul, 2012 by Christy
  • Waste-Free Snack Kit

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    Picnic weather is finally here, and even if you can’t spend the afternoon lolling in the grass you can at least grab your lunch break on a bench in the sun. This kit from Kids Konserve is the green way to eat al fresco- every piece, from the recycled cotton napkin to the reclaimed stainless steel containers- are as eco-friendly as can be. Let’s hope your actual lunch is just as healthy.

    $35 at Branch Home | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jul, 2012 by Rene

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