The "Little Something" Gift Guide
For co-workers, friends, or the family Secret Santa exchange, what do you get when you need to buy something for the person who has everything? These little somethings will fit the bill.
These universally flattering, long-wearing pencils are a splurge she's reluctant to make for herself - making them the perfect gift!
Claus Porto Soaps ($50)
Billykirk Leather Valet Tray ($37)
Seshin Korean Body Scrub ($36)
Rose Grown Mini Succulent Pots ($36)
Diptyque Limited Edition Frosted Forest Candle ($35)
Catch a unicorn - or at least smell like one- with the scent of a pine forest with a hint of mint, a wintry fragrance that'll warm any home. The No-Stuff Gift Guide
The No-Stuff Gift Guide
If you're trying to live more minimally, the holidays can be a stressful flood of stuff. The antidote: These experiences that are more than just gifts - they're memories in the making.
The Personalized Gift Guide
Show them how much you care with a gift that's been specially crafted just for them. Note: Most personalization adds a few weeks to shipping times, so get that shopping done soon!
The golfer in your life will love these status-symbol monogrammed balls.
The On-The-Table Gift Guide
I couldn't pick out a list of my favorite things without including at least a few yummy treats and kitchen tools! Whether they're a pro-level cook or a total rookie, there's something here to please every palate.
The Chef 30-Day Challenge ($11)
Know someone who's trying to up their game in the kitchen? Challenge them with a new activity every day to seriously improve their skills.
If they love slow cooker meals but never have enough time to let them simmer, they need an Instant Pot. This miracle appliance cooks flavorful braises in a fraction of the time.
The Monthly Gift, Gift Guide
Stretch out the holiday cheer all year long with these subscription gifts that will deliver a handpicked surprise every month.