Friday, December 13, 2013 Gift Guide: For Teens

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  1. WANT: "Drink in your favorite tunes with this innovative sports bottle design. Perfect for the gym, beach, or travel, a slot for your iPhone 4 or 5 amplifies songs through the bottom of the bottle as you sip your sports drink or hydrate after a long, musical run." This bottle makes a great gift for your active teen! [4% donation to CCA]
  2. NEED: "Cozy up and 'Deer to be Different'  (or 'Hare to Be Different') with these wintry woodland accessories, showcasing a red deer bucking the trend and standing out against a crowd of uniform gray pals. Made of recycled cotton and acrylic yarn in a third-generation, family-owned facility in Binghamton, NY," these charming designs are a perfect, needed staple to any winter wardrobe. [4% donation to CCA]
  3. WEAR: This awesome tank boasts one of my favorite sayings, "Weird is just a side effect of awesome!" I love wearing t-shirts with a message. It's a great way to start a conversation on a positive note nonverbally. 
  4. READ: Writing and reflection are very important ways for teens to channel emotions and work through difficult issues. Reading these prompts helps budding writers hone their skills at personal reflection, self-improvement, and writing.  "This handy workbook will give anyone plenty of fun, low-pressure opportunities to get the imagination flowing. Collected from the minds and notebooks of the San Francisco Writers' Grotto, the book's prompts range from personal reflection, to silly lyric writing, to character development, and everything in between and beyond. Take them seriously or just have fun. Grab a pen, open this book to any page, and find the writer inside you." [4% donation to CCA]

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