No more excuses—we’ve got quick and affordable gift ideas for Mom, Dad, and everybody else.
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<p>Crap! You waited until the week before <a href="http://www.mensfitness.com/topics/holidays"target=_blank>Christmas</a> to even think about gifts—and you still have no idea where to start. Before you freak out and grab the first thing you spot in the nearest gas station or drugstore, check out this list. It's full of quick, easy holiday gifts that your mom, dad, girlfriend, little cousin—anyone—will love. Ready, set, go!</p>
<p>Mom—the woman who gave birth to you, raised you, and whose happiness depends on your happiness. You've got to make it look like you actually tried. This Kiehl's "Greatest Hits" gift set is perfect—it's stocked with shampoo, conditioner, and a variety of moisturizers. She'll love it, and the best part: you're guaranteed free Christmas Eve delivery if you order before 3 p.m. on December 23. ($45, <a href=" http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/kiehls-since-1851-greatest-hits-collection-6...)
<p>Not all dads are created equal. Some are huge sports fanatics, others would rather sit down with a good book. Still, a comfortable-yet-fashionable sweater is a gift that will please all of them. Stop by your local Macy's to pick up this quarter-zip style from Nautica, or order it online in the link that follows. Hurry, hurry! ($33.99, <a href="http://www1.macys.com/shop/product/nautica-sweater-quarter-zip-sweater?I...)
<p>Making a stupid comment on Instagram is hard when your hands are frozen, and nearly impossible if you're wearing an old-school pair of gloves. Texting gloves aren't exactly a new invention, but these hand-warmers from The North Face got great reviews, and your brother probably won't buy them for himself. #merrychristmasyafilthyanimal ($45, <a href="http://www.dickssportinggoods.com/product/index.jsp?productId=20256546&c...)</p>
<p>It doesn't matter if your sister is 12 or 34, she'll always have something to put in a change purse, and she'll probably always love inspirational sayings. This Kate Spade option (which you can still get in time for the 25th without spending a small fortune) will help remind her that she's always been a little weird—in a good way!—and act as an instant confidence booster on those "meh" days. ($35, <a href="http://www.katespade.com/bring-to-light-coin-purse/098689561653,en_US,pd...)</p>
<p>Buying a present for your love's family can be tricky, especially if you only see them a few times a year. So, arrive at their holiday gathering with this fancy-looking wine decanter. It'll go to good use at any celebratory dinner and make you look like you actually know a thing or two about vino. ($29, <a href="http://www.potterybarn.com/products/1723915/?catalogId=60&bnrid=3318529&...)</p>
<p>What do you get a moody teenager who basically has everything? A Fandango gift card, that's what. Who doesn't like going to the movies? Just know that if they live anywhere near a big city, $15 won't get them very far. (A single ticket—that's about it.) If you aren't looking to shell out any more than that, tape it to a bag of popcorn, slap a bow on it, and call it a day. (From $15, <a href="https://fandangostore.wgiftcard.com/chrome_mode/plastic/fandango"target=...)</p>
<p>Kids love creative activities, like drawing, making up stories, and playing pretend. Give the little ones in your life a gift that allows them to express themselves while staying occupied, like these Create Your Own Books. If you have Amazon Prime and order today, it'll be yours tomorrow. ($10, <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Create-Your-own-bitty-books/dp/B0035CCDPU/ref=cm_c... "target=_blank>amazon.com</a>)</p>
<p>Who invited this guy? No, seriously—because you didn't get him anything and he's standing in your house, right now. Sneak away and print out an Amazon gift card. The site sells pretty much anything you can think of, and people both old and young are bound to find something they like. (From $0.15, <a href="http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=gc_hol13_slp_csw_print?rh=i%3Agift-cards%2Cn...