What if you’re not sure where to start?

We’ve got a few tips to help you get started with your gift-giving this year.

1.

Don’t forget your Christmas wish list.

If you want to start planning for a busy holiday season, consider giving a wish list of what you want for your loved ones, friends and co-workers.

You can use that list to create a “basket” of gifts for the coming season, or you can use a simple Google search to find your loved one’s wish list and add them to it. 2.

Know the seasons.

This will help you make sense of the Christmas season and your loved-ones wishes.

When you’re shopping for presents, make sure to look at seasonal items, like trees, trees with snow, trees that have the exact same name, and more.

3.

Ask for more than one item.

A gift basket can be a lot of fun, but it also requires more thought and planning than if you have a small or personalized gift.

It’s best to ask a family member or a friend for their recommendation on what you should put in your wish list, and ask them to share their suggestions.

4.

Don, tak, or tuck.

The word “tuck” has been synonymous with gift wrapping and presents since the 1920s, when a lady in New York City gave a gift to her granddaughter by placing a piece of parchment on her chest.

As the name suggests, she wrapped it with her own hand, which allowed her granddaughter to enjoy a pleasant nap.

When it comes to wrapping gifts, tuck them tightly, and don’t try to shove them into your face.

5.

Keep your gift list organized.

Make a note of which items you want each year, and make sure that you know when you get a new item.

6.

Keep track of your purchases.

When shopping for Christmas, look at your spending on a monthly basis.

When doing so, it’s important to look over your expenses as well as the gifts you’ve received.

For example, if you’ve gotten a new gift, make note of the amount of cash you’ve spent, and whether or not you’ve paid it back.

7.

Think about what you’ve bought.

If your wish-list includes a variety of items, consider keeping track of them.

Make sure you don’t miss out on anything.

For instance, a person might like a snowman, or an antique furniture piece.

This can help you stay organized in the future, as you can keep a log of the items you’ve purchased and how they’re performing.

8.

If a gift is included, do your research.

If there’s an item that you’ve never seen before, check out its description, photo and video.

Look for other people who have the same kind of item and how it works.

Also, check the company or organization that made the gift, such as the company that owns it or a company that made it for them.

You might also want to check to see if there are other similar items.

For more information on this, check our Gift Guide.