TheManual.com - Featuring Café Collection - December 1, 2015

December 1, 2015

If you’re lucky enough to have an outdoors woman in your life, then you’re probably used to spending days on the trail and snow as a regular date. If you were really fortunate, you were raised by a mom who believed in spending time in the wilderness. Whether you’re shopping for a trail running bride or alpine climbing mom, finding a good outdoors specific gift can be hard – shopping for the woman gearhead can be harder than anyone on your list. We’ve done the legwork for you this year though, and had our wives and girlfriends put all of these pieces of gear through the wringer, so you can be sure you’re getting the best for your lady adventurer.

Life Factory Café Mug
From early morning hot yoga classes to afternoon starbucks runs, the Café Mug is the perfect answer to cutting back on your disposable cup and water bottle routine. The glass body won’t inherit any funk like some plastic bottles, and the insulating sleeve doubles as protection should your wife or girlfriend drop it a few times.

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DailyBurn.com - Featuring Café Collection - November 27, 2015

November 27, 2015

Why buy boring socks and scarves for family and friends when the coolest new gear and gadgets are just a click away? Whether you’ve got $25 or $250 to burn, we’re here to help you give your loved ones the gift of health and fitness. From a Daily Burn subscription to a Star Trek sushi set, we’re banking on these 45 gifts to help make you the best Secret Santa yet.

1. Bottle that java. Know someone who can’t live without his morning cup of joe? (Wait, do we know anyone who doesn’t?) Help them take it to go with the 12 oz. Lifefactory Glass Mug with Café Cap and Insulating Sleeve. The protective sleeve will keep beverages warm and the glass is easy to clean.

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YummyToddlerFood.com - Featuring Storage Collection and 4 oz Glass Baby Bottle - November 27, 2015

November 27, 2015

Since the season of gift giving is upon us, I wanted to share some of the kitchen tools that I turn to over and over to make feeding my family easier...

Lifefactory Storage Containers
These glass containers are a convenient size for packing lunches or storing leftovers, and they are oven-safe so you can actually warm things up right in them. (Plus the colors are so fun!)

Lifefactory 4 oz Bottle and Sippy Cap
We've largely moved away from sippy cups now that L is three, but I'm keeping our stash of glass bottles on hand for baby #2. We like these little bottles for serving up milk with dinner and love how easy they are to store any leftover milk for the next snack or mealtime. (We have 2 of this size bottle and that has been plenty.)

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