Happens every year right around this time, like clockwork: you need to find gifts to give...
And, more importantly: gifts to receive.
But time is too precious to spend leafing through the overwhelming number of gift guides out there—all of them filled with enough gadgetry, machinery and sockery to require another guide just to get through all of these gift guides... So that’s exactly what we’re doing, culling through it all—and pulling out the best stuff in this handy be-all, end-all guide. (You may want to conspicuously leave this guide open in as many computer browsers as possible.)
But now that you’ll actually be embarking upon your travel, it’s time to get real. So we’ve put together this handy guide on what exactly your travel style is projecting to the rest of the world—and, more specifically, where people might assume you’re jetting off to (needless to say, wearing your neck pillow in the terminal isn’t going to be looked upon kindly).
It’s not an insignificant amount of work that goes into making Thanksgiving, well, the best.
And unless you’re the one who plans on spending their Thursday basting, mashing and otherwise preparing for that all-out food-for-all, then you better not be showing up empty-handed. Now, we’re not at all saying you need to spend a fortune. But in the spirit of the day, your hosts better damned well know that you appreciate them putting in the effort.
That’s where we come in. Having combed the Internet so you don’t have to, we’ve compiled some of the finest ways to praise your own pumpkin pie purveyors.