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Father’s Day Gifts For History’s Greatest Dads

14 May

Being a good father isn’t new — history has many examples of outstanding dads who deserve a “World’s Greatest Dad” mug. From Charlemagne to Muhammed Ali, here are 5 super-famous men who were, among many other things, awesome fathers through thick or thin.

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GOAL: A Complaint Strategy for Creating Customer Loyalty

09 May

Grumpy customers with grievances can feel like a headache, but a GOAL-oriented complaint strategy will turn your customer’s criticism into an opportunity to create an avid promoter. Customers with problems are almost ten times more likely to be vocal about their experience with your company. You want them being vocal about how you changed their bad experience into a great one. Today, you’ll get a simple strategy for changing your biggest complainers into cheerleaders for your brand.
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Gift Ideas for Great Moms in History

02 May

Strong women and Mothers deserve to be celebrated every day. But when it comes to gift ideas for great Moms, it’s especially important to share inspiring life stories of the greatest ladies who left their marks on history in more ways than one — all while managing to take care of tiny humans of their own.

From Cleopatra to Jacqueline Kennedy, here are 7 incredible stories of triumph and sacrifice that paved the way for us. And while you’re trying to draw a parallel between these famous women and your own incredible mother, make sure you take our advice on the best gift ideas for Mother’s Day to surprise the most important woman in your life on Sunday, May 13, 2018.

Gift Ideas for Mother's Day - Bouquets

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Gift Baskets for Cinco de Mayo with Mexican Flair

26 Apr

Cinco de Mayo is an annual celebration full of food, friends, family, and fun! It is often mistaken for Mexico’s Independence Day. In fact, it commemorates the Mexican Army’s victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.  Because of this common confusion, the holiday has evolved into a celebration of all things Mexican.

In Mexico there are parades, costumes, music, dances, and food everywhere to celebrate the day. Cinco de Mayo serves as a day to honor Mexico’s fallen heroes, and celebrate life.  In the US, Canada, and elsewhere, Cinco de Mayo is a day for celebrating life and all things Mexican.

So if you’re celebrating Cinco de Mayo, finding inspiration from Mexico’s vast culture is a must. Sending a gift basket with all they need to party is the way to include friends and family in your celebration even when they’re far away.

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Easy Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake Recipe for Beginners

16 Apr

Here’s the gluten-free chocolate cake recipe ALL your friends and family can enjoy! As gift experts, we know the best celebrations include presents as well as something handmade with a personal touch. Nothing shows your love like baking a cake to go with their birthday gift basket or anniversary dinner, but for those with celiac disease, a flour-based cake is a painfully tempting gesture. Getting started with gluten-free baking requires some extra knowledge and practice. If you’re an amateur baker, learning basic baking tricks won’t help much, since they are often based on gluten-filled ingredients. But either an amateur or a pro, here we’ve got an easy, celiac-friendly gluten-free chocolate cake recipe to get you started.

Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake Recipe for Beginners

There are plenty of gluten-free cakes recipes out there. Some are too wordy, others are too complicated, or just include too many uncommon ingredients. To make sure you first gluten-free baking experience is completely positive, we’ve chosen a simple, classic recipe anyone will enjoy (both making and eating!). A gluten-free makeover of an old time favorite chocolate cake, this recipe includes only 11 ingredients and is made in 8 simple steps. Happy gluten-free baking!

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Your Guide to the Folklore, History & Culture of India [infographic]

11 Apr

India is a vast country with glowing temples, natural landscapes, and architectural marvels. Whether you’re planning a trip or want to learn more, this infographic will act as your guide.  You’ll discover how many of the things we use and know today started with research and science in this ancient country as well as some fun facts you may have never known.  You’ll even learn what is lucky and unlucky as well as acceptable and faux-paux in case you ever need to send a gift to India for a wedding, to a friend or even to a business partner for the holidays.

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Easter Basket Ideas For Grown-Ups

23 Mar

Easter Basket Ideas For Grown-Ups

Somewhere between not believing in the Tooth Fairy and Santa, we gave up on the Easter Bunny too. It’s no wonder! As we got older, Easter got less and less about hunting for the Easter Eggs, more about hiding them. Less about dyeing eggs, and more about minimizing the mess younger kids made as they dyed. It’s time to take Easter back for the adults! What better year than one where Easter falls on April Fools Day?! Here are our favorite Easter basket ideas for grown-ups.

Easter Basket Ideas For Grown-Ups: Skip the egg hunt

The first step in making Easter adult friendly, surprising each other with baskets. You planned the parties, baked the cakes, hid the eggs, made the food, and fired up the grill. Make sure you and other adulating bad-asses out there have an Easter basket to sink into Sunday evening when the kids are tucked into bed, and the dishes are looming in the sink.

What does one send a successful man or woman who could buy whatever they want for themselves you ask? EASY! All of the things you know they’ll talk themselves out of in favor of adulating. Easter is about Spring, fun, family, and being thankful.

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Upgrade Your Alcohol Gift Basket: Ice Cubes Hacks for Cocktails

12 Mar

Have you received a nice liquor assortment or an alcohol gift basket as a gift, and you’d like to step up your cocktail game? Or maybe you just need some ice cubes ideas for celebrating St. Patrick’s Day (March, 17) with friends? Here’s how to take your drinks to the next level using a few simple hacks.

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The Differences & Similarities Between Easter & Passover

07 Mar

Although Easter and Passover are both holy holidays and occur in Spring, they are not the same.  There are similarities like how you see Jesus in “The Last Supper” by Leonadro Da Vinci having a Seder dinner, but the two are very different.  The easy to follow infographic below is a perfect way to learn or teach how they are related, why they are different and it makes a great printable for a classroom at your local place of worship or a religious studies course.

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Are Easter and Passover The Same?

Although both are important holidays and celebrations, they are not the same. Here are the similarities and differences between Passover and Easter.

What is Easter?

Easter – (ee-ster) noun – A Christian holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ.  In modern times it is celebrated by attending church, having a dinner with family and friends as well as participating in festive traditions like coloring hard boiled eggs and hiding plastic ones filled with candy or surprises.

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Your Guide to International Women’s Day Gifts & Celebration

23 Feb

March 8th is right around the corner; so many are looking for Women’s Day gifts and planning celebrations. Others aren’t sure what the holiday is all about. Whether you’re the former or the latter, a little history about the celebration is in order. International Women’s Day is an official holiday celebrated around the world on March 8th. It commemorates women’s long-lasting fight for equal rights, and their outstanding contributions to the world. The holiday recognizes their accomplishments in all spheres of life, from economic and political, to cultural and artistic.

Women’s struggle for equality is not the story of a single feminist or organization, but the efforts of everyone who cares about human rights. International Women’s Day means different things to different people. For some it’s a call-to-action to empowering women around the world to stand up for themselves. However, for others it’s similar to Mother’s Day: a time to honor mothers, wives, daughters, and colleagues with Women’s Day Gifts. There’s no wrong way to celebrate, no one person to notice: it’s a day for all women. Everything from a hug to a gift basket is a welcome way to thank them for being amazing.

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