Hey guys! I found an awesome idea for easy gifts that will totally make your life a little bit simpler. By now, I’m sure that you’ve noticed that we are kind of on a quest to automate our lives and make things as easy as possible for our busy schedules. We already keep a greeting card binder stocked for important dates & we try to keep everything recorded in our Google calendars, but I just found out about this service today and totally wanted to share it!
Easy Gifts: Save Time. Reduce Stress. Be the Hero.
Have you heard about The Bouqs? It’s an online flower delivery service, and check this out — you can subscribe to a program called “Never Forget” where you put in important dates and then they automatically ship a bouquet so that it arrives on time for your loved one!
Obviously, it would be fab for a forgetful hubby or boyfriend, but I send flowers out to friends & family all the time for birthdays & holidays. Wouldn’t it be great to know that it’s all taken care of already?? You can sit down for five minutes, enter all of the important dates WAAAY in advance, and poof! When it’s your mom’s birthday, she gets a beautiful bouquet delivered!
I’m in love! The flowers look really beautiful, and the price seems reasonable — $40 for a bouquet with free shipping! They also have other cute ideas for subscription services, and you can order a one-time bouquet, too.
What Makes This Awesome:
- Easy: You get to look like a hero, and you don’t have to worry about remembering dates & timing shipments — they do everything for you!
- Affordable: the flowers are gorgeous & they’re all $40 w/ free shipping
- Simple: the site is very user-friendly — you don’t have to choose between a million options, and the ordering process is quick & painless.
- Eco-Friendly: I’m not the greenest person in the world, but I do get a warm, fuzzy feeling knowing that they are using responsible, environmentally friendly farming methods.
For our Canadian readers, I found a similar service called KeepHerHappy.
How do you guys stay organized for holidays when you’re busy? Have you tried any of these services?
P.S. I discovered this stuff on my own & was excited to share it with you. No one paid me or anything — I just thought it looked like a cool service!