For some peeps (like me), one of the best parts of the holidays is decorating the tree. Why not gift your loved ones an awesome, loving addition to their favorite holiday tradition? That's totally easy to do with our longtime sponsor Susabella. Check out this Christmas ornament gift guide complete with special discount…
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Here starts the latest round of Offbeat Home & Life gift guides. For this one, we're going through the "my favorite things" archive AND re-visiting some of the things I've featured on Offbeat Home & Life that are STILL my favorite things… and may soon be your [parent/friend/partner/child]'s favorite thing.
Our sponsor Meagan Moore's new series is called "endpapers," because each drawing could be the last page of a story. As she puts it, "It's up to you to decide what came before." The original pieces are drawn and typed on blank, reclaimed paper from the backs of old books. (It just keeps getting more and more awesome, right?) Homies, you have no idea how awesome it can get. Come take a peek, pick your faves, and then take advantage of her special upgrades just for us Homies!
We live in snow country and deal with the fluffy white wet stuff about half the year. This is my all-time favorite gadget for drying soggy gloves/mittens, boots, shoes, damp socks, or anything small…
I'm kind of all kinds of love with Manhattan Project Design Shop's lighting collection. My buddy was looking for hanging lamps for his kitchen and dining area. He stumbled upon these, shared them with me, and I had to share them with you.
Have you ever played that game where you guess what's in strangers' bags while you're commuting?
In my new job, my office is in an inconvenient location, and I don't like to drive from building to building around campus. Consequently, I find myself lugging quite a lot of stuff around with me throughout the day: books, papers, laptop, regular daily stuff. That's why I'm hoping for suggestions from Homies. Does anyone have suggestions for stylish rolling bags to lug around my daily necessities?