Dating holiday gifts
This story is part of a new Market Watch series, “Gifts that pay off.” Between now and Dec.25, we will look at gifts that could potentially earn the recipients money or improve their lives.This holiday season, give your loved ones a gift that could give them a leg up on the ladder of success.Certain hobbies, skills and networking opportunities could pay off big over the long term: with 85% of people reporting having gotten jobs through networking, according to a 2016 Linked In survey, buying a gift that teaches someone a new skill or places them in a new and more successful network could elevate their career.Now a source has told US Weekly: “Dakota and Chris are definitely dating."They’ve got to know each other really well and are very comfortable from one another. It’s more than just a fling.” Before the Israel trip, one of the earliest sightings of Chris and Dakota was a date in Sushi Park, Los Angeles, in November.Check Groupon and other coupon apps for affordable wine tasting classes, or call your local winery to see if they have gift packages.One New York City Groupon offers a wine-pairing course valued at for .
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New networking space The Wing offers women the opportunity to mingle and co-work with other young professionals. The more exclusive Soho House is about ,000 per year and offers free movie screenings and a pool at its New York City location; it also has locations in the U. Wingtip, a classy men’s club in San Francisco is ,000 to sign up and then 0 a month.
Another offers admission for one person at .50, or lets you bring a friend at .50 for two.
A Los Angeles wine and cheese pairing class costs .50 per person and another Chicago-area wine tasting for two is just .
They cost an average of $50 to $100 per hour, according to cost-analysis site What It Costs.