Wishlists are a great thing. I appreciate a shop that has the wishlist feature on their website. It means they understand that wishlist shopping is essentially window shopping from the comfort of home 24/7. Nothing can replace the tactile and visual experience that comes from seeing things first hand but online shopping is a great and easy way to keep track of your obsessions and an easy way to gently steer inquiring gifters. I use my wishlists to narrow down, compare and most importantly, remember the things that I’ve come across. If I stalk something long enough, or it goes on sale I might just add it to my cart and actually checkout. Here are a few things, big and small, that I’m thinking about a lot these days. FYI, the geniuses at Amazon have created a universal wishlist so you can add items from all your favorite, independent, small local boutiques to your amazon wishlist. It’s so easy and neat. Drag the wishlist tab from their website to the bookmarks on your computer and just click it every time you see something your little heart desires. No, I don’t work for or get kickbacks from Amazon. I just want to help a sister out. Now turn those wished into reality!