Gift Ideas for Teen Girls

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Happy Holidays! If you’re like me and haven’t even started shopping yet, this week’s posts are guaranteed to help you. The teen girls in my house are fond of all the items on this list and then some. According to Tyra and Jada, you can’t go wrong with any of these items! For info on how to purchase, click on the name of each item listed below the gift images.

As they get older, my daughters are more difficult to shop for.
As they get older, my daughters are more difficult to shop for.

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Social Entrepreneurship and Our Kids

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Last month (right before Thanksgiving to be exact), I talked to my friend Kevin about kids and social entrepreneurship and holiday preparations. It was a great conversation and I’m inviting you to listen. To hear us you can click on the image above or click here.

After you listen, feel free to continue the discussion with us on twitter. You can find  me @twillisbestshot and Kevin @kmondy06. We are looking forward to hearing your thoughts!

Did You Miss Monday’s Show?

I want to give a special thanks to Leslie Young of Fashion du Jour Daily for taking time out of her busy schedule to talk to us about holiday fashion for busy moms. If you missed the show live, no worries, just click on the image below and you can hear it.

Be sure to listen as we talk about holiday fashion for moms.

Are you interested in some of the items she mentioned? Check out these links via #ads:

Ponte Leggings

Camouflage Pants

Bell Bottom Jeans

Sequin Skirt

Statement Necklace

Houndstooth Shawl

Riding Boots

Black Dress

White Oxford Shirt

Ugly Christmas Sweater

Cable Knit Sweater

and just for the fun of it , Uggs

Don’t forget to share your fashionable looks this holiday season! Make sure you tag @twillisbestshot on Instagram and Twitter!

 

 

 

Holiday Organization Printables & More

Hey friends!

Thanksgiving is next week. Now, let’s imagine that I said that without hyperventilating. Except I am hyperventilating. And I’m not hosting anyone for dinner.

I suppose all of my anxiety about Thanksgiving is actually in preparation for the entire holiday season. So just in case you feel the slightest bit uneasy, I have some things to help you. Everything loves a good printable (or two),  right?

Click to access a Family Holiday Bucket List printable.
Click on the image to download the bucket list.
Click through to get a grocery shopping list printable for the holidays.
Click on the image to download your grocery & shopping list.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remember to sit down with your family to create a Family Holiday Bucket List so that you all can do the things that matter. Remember, no matter busy this season becomes, it’s time to focus on People Over Things. If you’d like a reminder delivered to your inbox every day from November 21 – January 1, sign up here.

Don’t forget to keep your holiday shopping list somewhere accessible like your purse. If you need a reminder on all of the things you need to do now, click on the image below to check out my Rock the Holidays webinar. Remember though, today is November 16 and everything I mentioned in the list needed to have been done by yesterday in order for you to stay ahead of the game. I just wanted to call that to your attention, but no pressure okay?

Click through to see how you can rock the holidays this year.
Click to watch my Rock the Holidays webinar on YouTube.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today on the Mocha Mob radio show, I’ll talking about what you need to be doing to prepare specifically for Thanksgiving, because after all it is next week. And of course, I’ll update you on what you can do to prepare your hearts and your minds for Christmas.

(Disclosure: This post does contain affiliate links for Amazon.)

I’m really glad you’re reading this today, but I sense you’ve got some preparations to make. And if, just if, your to-do list is feeling a tad to much, let Amazon help. Really, no one will know (or care) if your vegetable chopper was ordered on the internet. And if you’re not cooking, they have an excellent selection of hostess gifts and how-to videos on preparing typical holiday food items.

If you have too much to do before Thanksgiving, let Amazon help you!

Remember, we’re not behind. You still have plenty of time, I just want to make sure you have time to actually enjoy this year’s holiday season. Have you missed any recent posts? Click on the images below to read them.

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Read blog post from one mom about putting people first this year.

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