“A thousand bucks for a bar cart. How could I possibly need this unless I live in the coach section of an airplane?
There are a lot of single people giving two gifts to their coupled friends, or three or four gifts to their friends with kids, and receiving one gift “from the Tanners.”
Don’t buy someone a present that costs them money.
Do not show me an oval with hash marks on it and tell me it’s a watch. A box on wheels is not a baby carriage.
Good morning, Billfolders! Let’s start off this Tuesday with a question: have you ever given or received a “one-way gift?”
we miserly Millennials are having spendy holiday seasons
if you do feel like splurging, there are some legitimately adorable or impressive things on the GOOP list, like the Penny Skateboard ($74) and the Light + Ladder Air Plant holders ($150).
In the Wall Street Journal, Katy McLaughlin talks about gift-giving in a relationship where both partners pool and share their money (basically, surprises are hard to pull off) She just opened up her own credit card account so she can surprise him this year, though writing a column about it and publishing it on the internet may let some of the cat out of the bag.