NEW YORK, Dec. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The holiday season is one filled with delicious food, festive parties and lots of memory making with friends, family and loved ones. It also means making a mad dash to find the perfect gifts for all the special people in your life. With so many people to shop for, finding the best fit for everyone can be a daunting task. Whether you’re shopping for family, coworkers, or your neighbor, finding something for everyone is easier than you think! Lifestyle expert, Evette Rios, has some tips and holiday gift ideas to please even the pickiest people on your list this season.
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Wearable tech: Wireless headphones are a no-brainer for music lovers but they can also be great for casual listeners. A good set can make for a much more enjoyable commute, plane ride, or stroll in the park. BJ’s Wholesale Club offers the best gifts at unbeatable prices this holiday season, from the hottest toys and tech to fashionable apparel. It’s the perfect place to check off everyone’s holiday wish list in a one-stop shop. You can find these Sol Republic Relays Sport Wireless Headphones – perfect for the gym, work or on-the-go. They’re sweat- and water-resistant and are some of the most advanced Bluetooth sports headphones ever built. Plus, the headphones are currently $39.99, save $20 now through Dec. 24th Unwrap & uncork: Whether you’re shopping for a friend or coworker, one thing many people would love to unwrap— wine! It’s also great to have a selection of wines in the house during the holiday season so you’re always ready to entertain. Deutsch Family Wine has a wonderful selection! If you’re looking for a delicious, affordable white wine to serve, try HobNob Chardonnay – a crisp and balanced selection at just $10. For a red wine, try Eppa Sangria for $12 – a blend of organic wine and super fruit juices that can be enjoyed on its own, served over fruit or in a cocktail. Wrap them in a scarf, a Japanese technique called Furoshiki, for added colorful flare Make your own gift: Some of the most thoughtful