{Gift Guide} GIVE fab experience gifts, RECEIVE classes from OneDayU

Here’s an idea, FOFs: Put away that wrapping paper and ribbon and GIVE the gift of experience! We’ve got 8 personal presents that will stay with your loved one long after the fruitcake has been eaten–or regifted.

Plus, win 6 months of all-you-can-watch classes from OneDayUniversity. To enter, answer this question in the comments below: If you could go back to school for anything, what would it be?

Enlightening ideas. Give the gift of learning with a membership to One Day University, a website where Award-winning professors from Harvard, Yale, Brown, Princeton and other top-tier schools come together to offer their most popular courses on everything from World War II and The Founding Fathers to Beethoven and the Big Bang Theory. Just $39 will buy you a month of all-you-can-watch classes. http://www.onedayu.com

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An organized closet. Visit the National Association of Professional Organizers for a complete listing of organizers in a specific zip code. Each organizer sets her own price, but you can request a “closet package” and most will negotiate fair cost between $200 and $500. http://www.napo.net/

{Image via BagSnob}

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A professionally styled outfit. Sandra Soich (AKA Your Fashion Therapist) has spent the last 25 years styling everyone from Cindy Crawford to Serena Williams. Now you can ask her personal fashion questions via email, text or Skype, and she’ll answer them for $20 a pop. Not sure which shoes to wear with that dress? Need a pair of pants that elongates your legs? Sandra has the answers… http://www.yourfashiontherapist.com.

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A tightened and toned bod. Help a friend jumpstart her new year’s resolution with a package of personal training sessions from FOF Margo Kamin. Beloved in her home-city of Austin, Margo offers personalized sessions via Skype to men and women across the country. One LIVE 30-minute class goes for the exceptionally reasonable rate of $35. Plus, Margo will lengthen or shorten a session depending on your budget. http://www.personal-fitness-trainer-austin.com/

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A redecorated room. Michelle Davidson of Interior Design Service Online provides a complete design blueprint for the room of your choice–all over email. Just fill out her questionnaire on your taste and budget, and attach a photo of the room in question. For $250, Michelle will send you a “Project Binder” containing your ideal furniture layout, paint colors, furniture recommendations within your price range–even ideas for throw rugs and accessories. http://www.interiordesignserviceonline.com/

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A personalized perfume. There’s nothing sweeter than giving the gift of sweet-smelling custom fragrance. At ScentDesign.net, choose from 50 blending fragrances (like mango, sandalwood or strawberry), and mix and match as you wish. If you need guidance, their expert noses will assist you. http://www.scentdesign.net/, $10-$20.

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A leading role in a favorite novel. U Star Books–founded by Katie Olver and her mom, FOF Jan Olver–invites you to step into a personalized edition of beloved book, starring you alongside your friends, family members or that special someone. Just pick a title (they have everything from classics such as Alice in Wonderland and Pride and Prejudice to saucy romances with names like Indecent in Italy and Fever in France) and within days you have a novel novel to keep on the shelf forever. You can even write a personal dedication. http://www.ustarnovels.com/, $24.95 – $35.95.

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A new passion. Unleash your inner artist! FOF Anna Rhodes has studied, taught and created art all over the world. She offers artistic getaways a few times each season at resorts and retreats, nationwide. The multi-day classes focus on drawing and composing, painting and layering mixtures of mediums. http://www.anartistsretreat.com/, Starting at $490.

Is your gift recipient more crafty than artsy? Give a class at Snow Farm Craft Retreat in Williamsburg, Mass. From bead-making to basket-weaving classes, your gift will keep on… giving. http://www.snowfarm.org/, Starting at $500.

{Image via Country Living}

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Win 6 months of all-you-can-watch classes from OneDayUniversity. To enter, answer this question in the comments below: If you could go back to school for anything, what would it be?

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  • Sue

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  • MG

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  • Margarida

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  • Deborah Myers

    I would go back to school to work on a Master’s in Forensic Psychology. I have a double major in Criminal Justice and Psychology and often worked with the police and court system. I would truly love to refine those skills and knowledge and be more useful to our legal system.

  • Sherry

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  • Kathy Skinner

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  • Bianca Mandel

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  • Laura Laffond

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  • karen silsby

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  • Roxy

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  • Jodi

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  • Marilyn

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  • Margie

    I would like to return to school to earn a second degree in leadership. I would then use the education to further my position in my employment (climb the ladder).

  • Anice Stonerock

    I would take cooking classes at a cooking school.

  • deb

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  • Tricia Douglas

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  • Valarie J. Bay

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  • L Carcaise

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  • Beth Lowe

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  • Hewsin

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  • Patti

    I would return for the MFA that I never finished only I would change my area and study film production……

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  • Diana S.

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  • Dorothy Borgese

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  • Anne

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  • Sue S.

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    If I could go back to school, I would love to go to law school. I want to be able understand all the fine print in all aspects of our culture.( i.e. telephone bill)

  • beth w

    The practical side of my brain says accounting, since we just started our own business…and I feel like we are flying by the seat of our pants on some days….but I would love to go back and sit in on all the history classes that I stored in my short term memory just long enough to take the finals….it just didn’t seem that important to me then. Now, I wish I had retained all that information…and, alas, my poor brain just doesn’t seem to have stored it anywhere….

  • Rosemary O’Koren

    I have gone back to school and I am taking sewing classes. I love it. There are no papers to write but boy do I have projects. I just finihed a couture Chanel jacket. I find this so rewarding. I love when I can alter a dress for someone and they look amazing. I couldn’t make or alter the clothes I have been doing if I hadn’t gone back to school.

  • Debbie Sorg

    If I could go back to school for anything it would be for Marketing & Advertising classes.

  • Debbie

    I would go back to school to work with speech and hearing impaired children and adults. This would be a plus in my teaching career, because so many children struggle with communication skills.

  • fabulous mimi

    If I could go back to school for anything it would be to get a degree in creative writing….we all have a story to tell…..and I would love to write a book…..

  • catherine lawton

    If I could go back to school I would fill my brain with ideas that would lead me on the path to a rewarding job. There is so much more for me to learn.

  • Kim Lencsak

    I’m not sure if I would make a good teacher, but if I could go back to school, I would major in Education instead of Business Management(YUCK!). I knew growing up and with my own daughter what an impression some of her teachers have made in her life and will last forever with her as she grows up and becomes an adult. It’s more than just teaching a subject, it means so much more to be a role model, sometime a friend/confident etc.

  • Susan Swidler

    If I could go back to school for anything else it would be either an Accountant or a Teacher. I love math and Accountants always have a job. Teaching, especially reading and literacy sets children on a path for life.