Thanks for taking one for the team, Mr. Turkey.
What: At long last, one of our favorite importers of sustainable goods (wooden bowls, yak wool scarves, brass Tuareg bangles) from Colombia, Peru, and India introduces e-commerce.
Why: Stop tripping; it has your culturally peppered decoration scheme covered. Enter code DC25 for 25 percent off the site thru Nov. 30.
Where: Online at surevolution.com.
Create Your Own Cupcakes
What: Baked by Melissa is the Standard Oil of mini cupcakes (meaning market domination), so when we heard about CYOC, we just smiled politely and suppressed our liberal tendencies.
Why: We foresee times in the near future when 300 maple syrup-iced, cookie dough-filled, dime-size spice cakes ($300) are needed.
Where: Online at bakedbymelissa.com.
Cookbooks for Chefs and Foodies
What: Whether you’re in charge of the bird or just bringing wine, study up on seasonings and best vintages with cookbooks from James Beard, Ina Garten, Jamie Oliver, and more.
Why: You don’t want to give Grammy food poisoning — again.
When: T-Day is a week away. The time is now.
Where: Online at dailycandy.com.
Stanton James Sale
What: Its seasonal closet cleaning means more pieces from designers like Elaine Kim, Bilingual, Aaron Ashe, and MinkPink in your wardrobe.
Why: Enter code SAVE70 to do score 70 percent off everything in the private sale thru Sun.
Where: Online at stantonjames.com.
Send Santa to the Troops
What: Pause between parties to help grassroots nonprofit Operation Care Package send some love the way of our men and women in uniform.
Why: They need your help to get through another holiday away from home.
Where: Online at operationcarepackages.org.
What: A cheeky indie flick about an unlikely group of Texas women who start a business exterminating cheating, abusive husbands and bad men in general.
Why: It’s cold out. Stay in and pop some corn while they pop ’em off.
Where: Online at netflix.com.
Photo: Courtesy of SuRevolution