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Last-Minute Gift Ideas from Amazon

Last-Minute Gift Ideas from Amazon

Hard to believe, but Christmas is officially almost here! You know around here we’re not big on buying All The Things for the holidays—but I know you may still have people on your gift list.

You can still have things shipped from Amazon in plenty of time if you have Prime (our family has had Prime for years; I can’t imagine running our household without it). Here’s where to sign up for Prime, if you haven’t yet.

I have mixed feelings about Amazon, but I can’t deny how useful it is for our family. And more than ever, you can find ethical, quality brands there, helping you channel your money a little more to where you want.

And right now, during the busy holiday season, when you just cannot handle crowds, icky weather, errand-running in the middle of a million other things? Online shopping is so very helpful.

Here’s our annual suggestions for last-minute gifts you can find on Amazon. Several items from our Gift Guide are from there, so check out those options as well.

(And as always, affiliate links are used here, which means at no extra cost to you, making a purchase by clicking these links helps support our work. Thanks so very much!)

↓ Kids

↓ Tweens & Teens

↓ Women

↓ Men

↓ Stocking Stuffers

Merry, merry Christmas, everyone!

We’re taking a few weeks off around here, but here’s a few treats for you over the holidays:

We’ll see you at the start of the new year!

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