Okay, it's the day before Christmas and you still haven't finished all your shopping. Here is a list of things you can get right from your computer, at home, or your local shopping area.
Audible.com has gift certificates. This is a great gift for someone who travels a lot or commutes and spends a lot of time in the car.
I've really enjoyed having my blog on TypePad and they have a buy one get one free deal going on right now. Give someone a year subscription and get one free for yourself or someone else.
The iTunes Music Store also has gift certificates. They have over a million songs available to download, there's gotta be something in there for everyone!
A neat idea from iomoi is e-stationery. You get a year membership for only $15 and you can do it all online.
If you know someone who's a teacher or homeschooler or just enjoys doing a lot of educational activities with their kids then consider a membership in either Enchanted Learning, $20 per year, or abc teach, $25 per year. I have experience with both of these sites and recommend them for quality and value.
Another great online resource that I have enjoyed is Clipart.com. They have memberships that start at $13.95 and over 3.6 million images to download.
Some ideas that you can do locally are:
*a gift certificate to the movie theater
*a gift certificate to Blockbuster or your local video store
*buy some specialty foods in the grocery store and put them in a basket with a bow
*a gift certificate to a local spa, manicure/pedicure, or massage
*some exotic flowers like orchids or anthuriums that someone usually wouldn't buy for themselves
*a bottle, or two, of wine
*a collection of micro brewery beers
Or how about a coupon for your services? Here are some ideas: gardening, cleaning out cabinets or refrigerator, cleaning their garage, detailing their car, polishing silver, washing china, mending or ironing, or taking down their Christmas tree and lights.
I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday and remember to take a moment in the middle of all the hustle and bustle and count your blessings! Take care!