Gift Idea: Theater Tickets

Theater tickets make great gifts. This Off Broadway comedy/drama production of Pride and Prejudice has piqued my interest in particular, and I’m probably going to be getting tickets for at least one person I know. Which plays or musicals have you seen recently? Are you buying any tickets (or gift certificates for them) for friends and family, or what have you gifted in the past that went over well? How about general recommendations — what theater would you recommend seeing (and where do you live)? Tickets for Pride and Prejudice are $82–$152. Pride & Prejudice

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Gift Idea: Air Pods

If you have a friend or family member who’s an audiophile or has a lot of work-related phone calls (either on business travel or while working from home), I highly recommend these Apple Air Pods. While they’re pricey at $159, the clarity is kind of amazing. My brother has some, and once he got them I noticed a huge difference in being able to hear him during his calls. They have tons of great reviews, too. They’re available at Target and Walmart online, and you can pick them up as well. Note that Target is offering free shipping through December 23. Apple Air Pods

And, BOO, they’re sold out: here’s a USA Today story on alternative wireless headphones.

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Gift Idea and Open Thread: The Best Books for Gifts

The Stone Sky caught my eye after the NYT reviewed the series of which it’s a part (the Broken Earth trilogy) as the “fantasy trilogy that changed the game,” not in the least because the female author, N.K. Jemisin, became the first black writer to win the Hugo Award for best novel. I’m excited to read this book myself, and as my husband is very into fantasy novels, I’m going to give this to him this year. I’d love to hear from the readers, too: What books are you gifting to people this year?

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Gift Idea: Snarky Tea Bouquet

Like Tuesday’s Punjammies, these Snarky Teas (which were featured on Shark Tank) are reader-recommended. I love all the labels on these — in terms of product packaging, they’re A+, as far as I’m concerned. Maybe not to keep on your desk at work, but if you know someone who appreciates snark and likes tea, this assortment would be a fun gift (or even for someone who doesn’t like tea but still might enjoy having tins that say “Get Your A** in Bed” or “Fierce Bitch”). The Snarky Tea Bouquet includes six tins of 15 tea bags each, and normally $78, it’s on sale for $69 at Snarky Teas. You can also get individual teas for $12.99, which is not bad for a good tea. Snarky Tea Bouquet

Psst: As for what to drink your tea from, I still love my Tervis mugs (yet another reader recommendation).

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Gift Idea: Punjammies Lounge Pants

Readers have recommended these interesting pajamas, which are made by women in India who are working to free themselves from sex slavery. They’re a good gift for a socially-conscious person you know — or just for someone who’d like some new pajamas. They also have shorts, tops, robes, and more — including items for men and kids. The pictured lounge pants have 300+ reviews and five stars. They come in slim, regular, and tall sizes XS–XXL, and they’re 100% cotton and machine washable. They’re $49. Punjammies lounge pants

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Gift Ideas: Stocking Stuffer Snacks

If you need ideas for stocking stuffers for friends and family, something I like to do is look at Amazon for unusual foods that they wouldn’t otherwise try. My husband is obsessed with jalapeños, my mother really loves onions, I like anything that’s birthday cake–flavored — and at Amazon you can find everything from jalapeño KIND bars to glazed donut protein bars to caramelized-onion chips. If you have to go through Amazon Pantry to buy what you want, you can usually reach free shipping if you get a bunch of things at once. The pictured bars are $13 for a box of 12 at Amazon (but you can get them at a lot of other places). Roasted Jalapeño KIND Bars

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