Gift Ideas for the Ones You Can’t Live Without


Today’s gift guide is full of ideas for those people you can’t live without. Your co-worker that makes you laugh until you cry, your dog walker that loves your pets as much as you do, the teacher that makes your kids day at school a little bit better, the tutor, the piano teacher, the housekeeper, and all the other people that make life a little bit easier. Need more gift ideas? You can see all of my gift guides here, and check out my holiday gift shop here. 

1. I got this book as a gift last year and it’s one of my favorites. So many insightful reads, I love to pick it up on a Saturday or Sunday and just flip through the pages to find inspiration.

2. Detoxifying, relaxing and calming, need I say more? These bath salts are the perfect day to unwind after a long and stressful day.

3. I bought this book in multiples for gifts this year (I got it from Urban Outfitters but found it for less at Target). One of my favorite things to do in the morning is to read quick and inspiring stories, poems, quotes, etc. This book of poetry is the perfect quick read to start the morning or take a mental break during the day.

4. My Mom got me one of these and I love it for my desk and bedside. I add different essential oils depending on the time of day (and my mood).

5. I’m dying to try this bath soak. I’ve heard rave reviews about how hydrating and softening it is for skin.

6. A desk, cubicle, or classroom wall looks prettier with anything Rifle Paper, particularly this pretty wall calendar.

7. Making coffee (or tea) on the go more stylish with this mug (also love this “Everything is Gonna Be Ok” mug).

8. I picked up a few of these candles when we were in Charleston and they smell amazing (and I love that there are lots of cities to choose from).

9. This is probably my favorite cleanser of all time. You have to smell it to believe it. The best way to start (and end) the day. It’s also completely natural (and made here in RI).

10. Love this collar handmade in Brooklyn from marine-grade rope with individually numbered tags.

11. A made in France candle in a hand blown glass jar. Every scent looks divine.

12. This is the best travel size set, not just for trips, but also great to keep at your desk or in your purse for post-gym skincare.

13. Gemstone bracelets with meaning. Each bracelet has different powers, from healing and calming to balancing energy to restoring courage and perseverance.

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  1. ABril wrote:

    I love the original ideas in this list . I wouldn’t mind to get another diffuser
    The color palette

    11.30.17 | Reply
  2. Brigitte wrote:

    This is by far the best gift guide I’ve seen on a blog so far. These are not expensive (without having to explicitly label it under $ value though I appreciate that, too), but what gets me is that these are truly thoughtful gifts a loved one might use and it’s not like a $1000 pair of shoes or $500 scarf, etc. Sometimes a lot of gift guides are things the writer of the blog post would want versus things that are genuinely wonderful to give, so thank you!

    12.2.17 | Reply

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