52 meaningful gift ideas your wife will love

These are the best gifts for wives for 2020.
These are the best gifts for wives for 2020.

— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission.

It might seem like all of your wife’s favorite gifts come from herself, but there’s a world of opportunity awaiting if you want to take the lead on surprising her with the gift she’s been wanting all year long.

Not sure what to get your favorite lady? You’ve come to the right spot. Here at Reviewed, we’ve tested oodles of products, from foot spas to fitness trackers and everything in between. With dozens of gift ideas to choose from, there’s something for every wife on our list. Happy shopping!

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1. For the wife who likes to keep it cozy: Barefoot Dreams Cozy Socks

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Curious Cornhuskers: Why is Love Library checkout so difficult? | Culture

As part of our initiative called Curious Cornhuskers, an anonymous reader asked The Daily Nebraskan, “Why is it so difficult to check out books at Love Library right now? Shouldn’t there be an easier way?”

Once upon a time, campus libraries were used primarily to check out books rather than as a popular study space. Contrary to what some may believe, the books aren’t just for decoration; they are still used by University of Nebraska-Lincoln students to this day. 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, UNL Libraries has changed the process of checking-out and returning books to provide easier access to remote students and staff as well as improve the safety of the campus community.

Prior to COVID-19, library patrons were free to browse and roam about the stacks in search of books they would bring to an ASKus desk to check out. According to communications and outreach librarian Joan Barnes,

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Curious Cornhuskers: Why is Love Library checkout so difficult? | Covid-19

As part of our initiative called Curious Cornhuskers, an anonymous reader asked The Daily Nebraskan, “Why is it so difficult to check out books at Love Library right now? Shouldn’t there be an easier way?”

Once upon a time, campus libraries were used primarily to check out books rather than as a popular study space. Contrary to what some may believe, the books aren’t just for decoration; they are still used by University of Nebraska-Lincoln students to this day. 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, UNL Libraries has changed the process of checking-out and returning books to provide easier access to remote students and staff as well as improve the safety of the campus community.

Prior to COVID-19, library patrons were free to browse and roam about the stacks in search of books they would bring to an ASKus desk to check out. According to communications and outreach librarian Joan Barnes,

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Fall in Love with your Home

It’s time to give your house some attention 

By Kathy Knotts 

We’ve spent more time than usual at home this year, for better or worse. All the extra hours have meant more time to notice those projects you’ve been meaning to get to—for years. 

Some of us have managed to tackle a to-do list or two, as industry reports indicate. We spent our extra hours making improvements around the house, from creating home offices to building outdoor decks. 

The Home Improvement Research Institute estimates a spending increase of 8.7 percent on home improvement products so far in 2020. Since March, spending on building materials, garden equipment and supplier dealers has increased 7.6 percent, according to the US Department of Commerce.  

Local businesses have certainly noticed this uptick in pandemic projects and remind us that fall is a good time to evaluate your home improvement wish list. Now’s the time to

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Darla Colinet’s newly released “Quest for Exceptional Love” profoundly shares how individuals can transform their lives by discerning God’s love design.

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“Quest for Exceptional Love: Transform Your Love and Relationships Through Christ’s Love Design”: an edifying book that teaches people how to improve their lives and relationships through understanding God’s love design. “Quest for Exceptional Love: Transform Your Love and Relationships Through Christ’s Love Design” is the creation of published author Darla Colinet, the founder and CEO of God’s Transforming Grace, an inspirational speaker, an author, and a consultant as well as a certified life and Christian coach and a member of the women’s ministry core team at Timberline Church, Colorado.

Colinet shares, “This book is a true work of heart. Darla takes her complicated and often-painful experiences and shares honestly and unashamedly to help Christians struggling with their own cocoons. Her ability to gently present the lessons she’s learned and the truth of God’s true and perfect love in her brokenness

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New roofing, siding or doors can help you fall in love with your home again | Sponsored Content



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More and more homeowners are adding value to their properties by creating fun, practical, and inviting outdoor spaces. Porches, patios, fire pits, flower gardens, and children’s playsets all draw people outside.

When you’re thinking about these outdoor spaces, don’t forget about your home’s exterior as part of your design plans. It might not be the first thing you think about, but no matter what modification you’ll be making to your outdoor space, your home’s exterior will serve as the backdrop. So, the colors, textures, and materials of your roof, gutters, siding, and doors should not just be there to protect your home, but look amazing and bump your curb appeal.

Here are a few of those exterior features you should keep in mind, and how the pros at Greenawalt can help you build the home exterior of your dreams to make you fall in love with your home again –

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Retro home decor we still love



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Gifts to help people love home again

As a great poet once said, are you too good for your home?

No matter how good (or otherwise) you and your home are, everyone’s probably a bit sick of being stuck inside after a 2020 of self-isolation, quarantine, general exhaustion, and existential dread. And as the weather cools down in the Northern Hemisphere, with no sign of the pandemic abating in the U.S. and UK, there’s a lot more time at home to come. But we all deserve to feel comfortable and inspired in our personal palaces, and that definitely goes for the people you’re buying gifts for these holidays. 

So here are some ideas — some a little luxe, most cheap and cheerful — that will help brighten up anyone’s space and make it feel fresher, cosier, and a nicer place to be.

Gifts to help people love home again

Heading into a socially distanced, cautious winter, you can never have enough blankets. One for

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51 meaningful gift ideas your wife will love

These are the best gifts for wives for 2020.
These are the best gifts for wives for 2020.

— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission.

It might seem like all of your wife’s favorite gifts come from herself, but there’s a world of opportunity awaiting if you want to take the lead on surprising her with the gift she’s been wanting all year long.

Not sure what to get your favorite lady? You’ve come to the right spot. Here at Reviewed, we’ve tested oodles of products, from foot spas to fitness trackers and everything in between. With dozens of gift ideas to choose from, there’s something for every wife on our list. Happy shopping!

1. For the wife who is into essential oils: Asaskuki 100ml diffuser

Best gifts for wives 2020: Airomé Serenity Medium Diffuser
Best gifts for wives 2020: Airomé Serenity Medium Diffuser

When it comes to aromatherapy, distribution is as essential as the oils,

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Kids (and Their Parents!) Will Love Secret Society of Second-Born Royals on Disney+

Disney princesses get an upgrade in the Disney+ original movie Secret Society of Second-Born Royals, which premiered on Disney+ on Sept. 25. The fearless princesses and princes in this live-action film actually join a top-secret training program reserved for second-born royals, with one goal: to save the world! (No sleeping for practically an entire movie or getting married at 16 years old here.) The movie stars Peyton Elizabeth Lee (Andi Mack) as Princess Samantha of Illyria, Niles Fitch (Miss Virginia) as Tuma, Isabella Blake-Thomas (Doctor Who) as January, Olivia Deeble (Home and Away) as Princess Roxana, Faly Rakotohavana (Nightmare Cinema) as Matteo, Skylar Astin (Pitch Perfect) as Professor James Morrow, Elodie Yung (Daredevil) as Queen Catherine, and more.

As Sam grows bored of the princess life that she doesn’t fit in with, her mom sends

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