It’s the most wonderful time of the year. We’ve compiled a list of things that can help you enjoy the season and make it a little more wonderful. (Each heading is a link to more information.)
Gifts for a SalesPerson
We know, the clock is ticking fast when it comes to holiday shopping, but if you’ve still got some shopping to do or are looking for a few things to buy yourself (no judgment here) then these are some of the top gifts we’ve found for the salesperson on the go.Jackery Portable Charger
We use our phones and tablets more than ever, especially now that the modern sales team has gone mobile and digital. When you’re going all day, you want to be sure your tech can keep up. This portable charger is a fast, easy option to make sure you’re not losing power when you most need it.YETI Rambler Bottle
We shouldn’t have to tell you why this is a great option, but alas, here we are. Staying hydrated is important. Duh. You want your drinks to stay at specific temperatures. Duh. You want to look cool. Duh. Buy YETI. Duh.MVMT Watches
Yeah, your phone tells the time, but there’s something about a nice watch that will never go out of style. Enter MVMT, which has great watch styles for men and women and right at that sweet price point where you know you’re getting something quality without having to eat ramen for a couple weeks to compensate.
Winter Vacation Spots
Why wait until summer to take your next trip? These are some of our favorite spots that either embrace the fun of winter or get you out of it. It’s all up to you.
Love the snow? Jackson Hole is your place. The nearby Tetons provide some of the best skiing, sledding, snowmobiling, and heli-skiing in the country. You can also take tours of Yellowstone Park, which is a completely different experience in the winter. You can even take a sledded dog tour or sleigh ride. All-in-all, you’ve got a lot of options in some of the most beautiful country Earth has to offer.
Hate the snow? Try Belize. You’re going to have plenty to do, and none of it features winter. Go visit the zoo or Mayan ruins, scuba dive in the world-famous Blue Hole, or relax on the beach. It’s the perfect getaway for those who want to get away from the cold.
If you’re okay with cooler temperatures but aren’t necessarily an adrenaline junky, Paris is a great option. It’s much cheaper to go in winter, and visiting the #1 destination in Europe when it’s less crowded and less expensive is always a great choice. Besides, most of its huge draws (the art, the food, the shopping, the ambiance) don’t fade in the colder months.
It’s the holidays, which means you have people to impress. Take the pressure off with these drink recipes. It’s like cooking, but without all the smoke.
It’s a staple. A classic. It’s hot. And Chocolate. What else do you need?
This is a little more involved recipe, intended for the brave and the bold. It’s also alcohol free, but there are plenty of options for those looking for a more spirited version.
It’s traditional, it’s sophisticated, you throw everything in a pot and boil it.