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Holiday Gift Guide 2022

Holiday party must-have

  • City Girl Coffee: Ladies, gather your besties and celebrate the “gal-idays” with these scrumptious coffee cocktails. Whether it’s Holiday Scooter-tinis, Peppermint Mocha-tinis, Maple Pumpkin Gold Milk Lattes or S’Mores Cocktails, sipping on festive adult coffee beverages is a creative and memorable way to top off a girl’s night out of holiday shopping. Interview opportunity with Alyza Bohbot James, the fun and energetic founder of City Girl Coffee. Festive holiday gift boxes and vibrantly colored holiday gift guide images available. Best of all: Proceeds from these gift boxes are going to empower women in Guatemala to live better lives.

Cozy up with a good book

  • “The Opera Sisters” by Marianne Monson. This riveting and inspiring novel is about two unlikely heroines whose courage and compassion gave hope to many Jews desperate to escape Nazi persecution. It is based on the true story of British sisters Ida and Louise Cook, who smuggled valuables out of 1930s Nazi Germany to finance a daring, secret operation to help Jews find hope for a new life in England.
  • “In the Shadow of a Queen” by Heather B. Moore. This is one of the few historical fiction titles about Queen Victoria’s unconventional, progressive daughter, Princess Louise, who struggled to find her place within the rigid rules of the royal family. This is the story of an epic battle of wills between two women: a daughter determined to forge her own life beyond the shadow of her mother, and a queen resolved to keep the Crown’s reputation unsullied no matter the cost.

Give a gift with a purpose

  • Hand-painted decorative cushions: Made in Puerto Vallarta from natural materials sourced from local farmers, each cushion is hand painted by local student artists, all of whom are earning a living wage for the first time in their lives. Proceeds benefit The Y Society, a philanthropic organization focused on using natural resources to restore health and hope to the disadvantaged and less fortunate in our society.

Treat yourself to a silent night

  • NightLase. If snoring keeps you from having a silent night this holiday season, a growing number of dentists and physicians across the country can treat it with NightLase. These easy, laser light therapy treatments are safe, gentle and effective at reducing the intensity and duration of snoring.

Fresh new ways to become a better YOU!

  • “Living With A Yes In Your Heart: How One Word Can Change Your World,” by Londa Lundstrom. This engaging book teaches readers how to say yes to a more fulfilling life, and bring God’s solutions to life’s challenges. It’s time to break up with the past!
  • MEL non-infused natural herbal honeys. A new way to take dietary supplements, the MEL line offers a wide range of health benefits from immune support to general wellness. One spoonful of MEL contains thousands of active ingredients. Only MEL honey bees eat special extracts made from the roots, leaves, stems, bark and other parts of plants well known for their health properties.
  • SOLTEC SES: Developed and heavily researched by neurologist Dan Cohen, MD, (the Breathe Right guy who also pioneered sleep lab technology), Soltec SES is the first-ever wearable technology that improves sleep in real time. Soltec SES works by impacting Delta, or slow wave, sleep that diminishes with age. Sweet dreams!
  • “You Can If You Say You Can: A Common-Sense Approach to Better Your Body, Mind and Soul,” by Diane Cherico, LMT, MMP. This fully illustrated book teaches readers quick and simple Active Isolated Stretches. A few seconds of easy stretches can relieve chronic muscle pain and make you more limber.