Each year for the past six years I’ve been Googling “wedding anniversary gift guide by year” and each year I have to wade through a fillion websites to find the list. Not any more. I culled the Internet and created this post as a reference. More for me than for you, but you’re welcome to use it. And if you have no idea what this whole buying of wedding gift business is, here’s the short version.
Some time ago you got married. Be it last year or 50 years ago you are obligated to buy your spouse a gift. Thankfully, there are options. You can follow Emily Post’s etiquette guide created back in 1922 and get your hubby a traditional gift, you can opt for a more modern approach, or you can go with jewelry and/or flowers.
Bottom line. Ladies and dudes, you need to get your lifer a gift and here’s a list to make it easy.
My first year teaching was a crazy time. I had nothing. No supplies. No lesson plans. Nada. So, in the summer leading to my first year I decided I would create math activities using PowerPoint and a bunch of word problems.
For hours I sat on my couch and animated math problems (if only I had taken an Adobe Flash course). After eight months and hundreds of hours of work I churned out 75 animated math problems. The best part…my kids loved ’em.
Today, I’m offering the activities through Teachers Pay Teachers.