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Today is Day One in the Home For The Holidays Blog Hop (Hosted by myself, Neely @ It Starts With Coffee, Branson @ My Reflection of Something, Lauren @ Talk of the Trains, & Natasha @ Natasha Byrd.) Each day of this blog party will be themed… you can link up as many posts as you like each day, as long as they fit the theme for the day! Today, in addition to this post, I will be linking my Post The Ultimate List of Christmas Gifts in a Jar! (33 Ideas)


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Kicking off our week-long Holiday blog hop/link party is the theme of Gifts!

Do you have all your holiday gifts bought/made, wrapped and ready for Christmas morning? Or are you still looking for gift inspiration for a few important people on your list?


That is where the beauty of gift guides can come in handy. Gift guides are great for gathering inspiration for select kinds of people in your life. Right now soo many stores are holding major Holiday sales, but they only do you good if you know what you want to buy.



If everyone had their own Amazonwish list, then we could all know exactly what everyone wants for Christmas without having to over think things or finagle information out of our loved ones like an expert spy. Setting up an Amazon wish list is easy! All you have to do is head over to Amazon and sign into you account. Next go to the left-hand menu and click on the Your list drop down. And then you just click on create new list and set up your wish list profile.


Once your list is set up whenever you see products you like you can just click on the add to wish list button and pick the list you want to add it too (if you have more than one person on your account like I do) You can even choose if you want your list public (where anyone can search and find it) or private (where only your special someone who has access to your account can see it. )


Why Everyone should have a Personal Amazon Wish List: HFTHBlogHop Day 1-GiftsThe best part is that these wish lists don’t just expire when Christmas is over. They can be continuously added to and updated. I think I am going to utilize a personal wish list more so that others don’t have to guess at what I want.


What is on your Wish list This year? Some of the items on my wish list are: (click on the pictures for more details)


 Anne Klein Women's Classic Double-Breasted Coat  Panasonic LUMIX G7 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 14-42mm & 45-150mm Lenses plus Sony 64GB SDXC Accessory Bundle    Fairy Tale Romance Collection: The Healer's Apprentice, The Merchant's Daughter, The Fairest Beauty, The Captive Maiden, The Princess Spy (Fairy Tale Romance Series) Kindle Edition: Melanie Dickerson 7 Wonders Teavana Peach Tranquility Loose-Leaf Herbal Tea, 2oz  Old Dutch Cast Iron Placidity Teapot, 26-Ounce, Lavender

Now for the link up part of Today’s blog hop. Make sure to link up with us every day and use the hashtag #HFTHbloghop to share photos and posts on social media. We will be retweeting and reposting your posts throughout the week… and on through the holidays! We will also pin our favorites to the Home for the Holidays pinterest board! Come join the fun – find some new blogs and get your blog out there while spreading cheer throughout the blogosphere!

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