Welcome to another Dressed for My Day Christmas gift guide. Today I’m sharing my ideas for the active woman. I’ve tried to include gifts in a full range of prices and for a wide assortment of activities. But if you or a woman for whom you are purchasing a gift enjoys an activity I’ve not included here, please let me know and I’ll look for additional gifts in that area.
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Shop Where She Shops
In case you don’t see what you’re looking for here in my gift guide or you’d just rather shop on your own, let me get you started by pointing toward where your active woman may shop.
- Dick’s Sporting Goods
- Title Nine
- Target (link to sports & outdoors)
- Walmart (link to sports & outdoors)
The following gift guide is best navigated on a desktop or laptop computer. You can, of course, view it and shop it on your mobile device. But you’ll see the broader landscape of my selections on your computer.
I’ll be updating this list weekly through the holidays. Check back for more ideas as you begin your shopping or as you’re looking for last minute gifts.
Camping, Hiking, Backpacking, Golf & Exploring
Running, Biking, Swimming, Gym Workouts & More
Thanks so much for exploring my gift guide for active women. I hope you found something special for the active women in your life as well as for yourself. Let me know if you’d like to see anything else included in my list.
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Blessed for My Day
Jesus said that while He was here, He was the Light of the world. Oh, how I could use a little of that light in the world today! But unfortunately, Jesus’ own people did not comprehend the light, so why would today’s generation be any different? Still, since Jesus’ ascension into heaven, we have been tasked with being light in this world. We have been given the responsibility of letting His light shine through us.
Sometimes it’s not comfortable letting our light shine in such a dark place. But if we all commit together to letting our little lights shine, imagine the difference it could make. How will you let your light shine today? At work, in your home, on social media, in your community? Let’s take the challenge and let our lights shine, remembering that Jesus is the source for that light and He is always with us.
“We must carry out the works of Him who sent Me as long as it is day; night is coming, when no one can work. While I am in the world, I am the Light of the world.” ~ John 9:4-5