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Sheila lets you know about some good deals for your valentine - how to celebrate on a budget with awesome Valentine's Day ...
gifts for your guy.
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Valentine's Day Ideas for Him
Male: You want to get something good for your man on Valentine’s Day. Darlington’s Man-on-Man groomer is delightful only $3.99
Sheila: No, no absolutely not.
Bling for Broke
Sheila: So Valentine’s Day is around the corner and you want to get something for the guy in your life but it’s a recession your broke, I’m broke, we’re all broke and you’re saving up whatever dough you do have for something hot to wear out on the 14. Threat not, we rounded up five options on your $50 at serve as awesome gifts and motivation for him to drop the chunk of change on you. It should not always be the goal. Anyway let’s get to it.
Looking for a way to pump up the jams min speakers for his MP3 player are perfect for bringing tunes to the beach, the bedroom or wherever you want to go. If you can spend a little bit more get an— person the iconic iPod headphones. Not to get too manipulative but Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to gently upgrade your guy appearance while disguising your efforts as gift giving.
You want to break in into the realm of higher end skin care. Try Baxter face wash and scrub. Man friendly packaging on sale at Urban Outfitters and super cheap. Throw in a tube of Trifecta Tri purpose face, hair and body wash for another $4.99.
Is your guy a wannabe gourmand or you just want to get him to do something with all the six-packs other than keep adding them on to his not so six-pack, pick up this book of recipes featuring his favorite ingredient “beer” inside, easy to follow directives for making such delicacies as beer fondue.
Argyle and skull linings make this hoodies far smarter than average. You would never guess if they came from Old Navy. Compare one with a graffiti for coordinated Valentine’s Day present and outfit. My favorite the white T with the black logo, it’s a perfect deal for Valentine’s Day. A crisp button-down in a holiday appropriate hue, for less than what you’ll probably spend on wine at dinner, down with the pink but not the button- down try this long sleeve with rose and olive stripe pullover. Both are available at H&M.
But these are just my ideas; we want to know what you would get the special person in your life on a $50 budget hit me up at email@example.com or post your comment in the section below.
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Sheila: That’s it for now, until next time since we’re all broke stay bling.