The holidays are upon us, which means purchasing thoughtful presents for our loved ones is top of mind.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect gift for your significant other, your children, or your grandchildren we’ve compiled a guide that will help make checking people off your list easier.
Gifts For Your Significant Other
Sweet treats are always a great gift idea—especially when they can be delivered right to your door.
Toffee Boutique offers milk chocolate, dark chocolate and vegan toffee options so you can find the perfect nutty, crunchy treat for your loved one.
Vegan Treats Bakery ships dairy and egg free sweets like cannolis, cakes and truffles country-wide.
Cost: $7.49 and up
A membership to Ancestry.com will allow your significant other to unearth details about their family history and gain access to records and photos.
Cost: $99 to $199 for Ancestry.com subscription (AARP members can save 30 percent)
Giving the gift of an experience is a great way to make memories and possibly learn something new.
Whether your loved one has always wanted to learn how to bake, ride in a hot air balloon, or take dance lessons TrulyExperience.com allows you to customize the experience.
You can even book an extraordinary getaway to places like Romania and Switzerland. If you do decide to travel, these apps will make it easier and these tips will help you prep your home before you go away.
Cost: From under $100 to over $5,000
Gifts For Your Children
Hot sauce is the perfect stocking stuffer for your adult children. They can mix it into homemade salsa, put it on pizza, stir it into chili and so much more. Horsetooth Hot Sauce offers individual bottles of hot sauce and barbeque sauce – or you can purchase a gift box.
Cost: starting at $6
Something That Will Last
Holiday cards, senior portraits, newborn snapshots, wedding shoots– the list is endless when it comes to moments your children want to capture. Support a local photographer and give the gift of a photo session or purchase prints.
Cost: prices vary depending on photographer and length of session
Something to Help Relax
Everyone could use more relaxation in their lives. Give the gift of yoga by purchasing a membership to Yoga Download, where your son or daughter can access hundreds of classes online with nationally known instructors.
Cost: $120 for a one-year unlimited subscription (or $18 a month if you prefer to pay monthly)
AfterShokz wireless headphones transmit sound via bone vibrations meaning they sit outside the ears, allowing the wearer to hear what’s going on in the world around them as they walk, jog, or bike. These sleek headphones come in cool colors, from pink to ocean blue to metallic green.
A bonus: they can also be used with Bluetooth technology for making and taking calls on the go.
Cost: starting at $99
Gifts For Your Grandchildren
Whether your grandchildren are five or 25, FunkyChunky has a variety of indulgently crafted gourmet popcorn and pretzel flavors that make for delicious stocking stuffers.
You can order individual canisters or gift sets with flavors like peppermint bark and peanut butter cup.
Cost: starting at $3.50
Chicky Chicky Bling Bling sells embellished headbands, clips, hair bows and jewelry. From soft pastels to vibrant hues, from playful patterned prints to glittering designs, these accessories will make dressing up a blast.
Cost: starting at $1.00
Kiwi Crate will send your grandchild a kit each month containing a fun project that focuses on building skills in science, technology, engineering, art and math. You can pick from different age ranges and interests. These crates are educational, creative, convenient and entertaining.
Cost: starting at $16.95/month
This handy guide should help make your holiday shopping a breeze – leaving you with more time to enjoy sitting around a fire, spending time with family and friends, and taking in all that season brings.
Further inspiration: Tech gifts are some of the most popular and wanted gifts, learn more about the 15 gadgets to make your home smarter for additional gift giving ideas.
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