Amazon’s Universal Wish List
If you’re like me, you often see things on blogs that you covet, but not enough to buy it right away. But wouldn’t you love to have them catalogued somewhere so they’re available for people to browse come some special occasion?
Get Amazon’s Universal Wish List button!
This new (?) feature (I discovered a few months ago) is great. By clicking the button, you can add things from any website and consolidate all your earthly desires in one place for yourself, friends, and family, so when it comes time to making Christmas lists you aren’t left scratching your head and only realize *after* Christmas what you really should have put on that list. Or with this you may not even have to make a list so people can actually surprise you for a change!
It really came in handy for our baby shower, since we didn’t want to register at any one place. The things we wanted for Peanut came from all over the map, and this allowed us to hunt around a bit for the best prices for our very generous friends and family. I had toyed with the idea of creating some kind of wish list somewhere, but had no idea how I would manage it. With this, when it comes time for people to buy from the wish list, they can click the “I’m getting this” link, and it takes that item off the list so no one else buys it!
Seriously awesome. I want to convince everyone in my circle to have one of these going all year round.