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The Lazy Girl's Guide To Holiday Gifts

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    It's never been easier to be a lazy girl during the holidays. With online shopping and free delivery, you can cross every name off your list from the comfort of your couch. But, there are always those last-minute events that sneak up on you: a White Elephant party with your college friends, Secret Santa with your desk mates at the office, or a potluck dinner where a gift exchange is implied. With so much on our plates already, we don't really have time to deviate from our workday commute. But, those very spots you frequent every day hold the answer to your just-under-the-wire holiday shopping needs — all you need to do is look closely.

    Yes, it is possible to go about your day, as you normally would, and pick up gifts along the way. Order a printed mug from Starbucks with your morning latte. Need toner for the office? Grab a couple of Cynthia Rowley pouches on your way to the checkout line. Just because they're convenient doesn't mean these gifts are any less awesome. Ahead, check out 20 holiday hacks that'll make the season much less stressful.



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