Gift guides for women can get pretty boring. Let’s face it. There’s only so many pairs of slippers and necklaces we can wear at once, and there are so many awesome things a girl wants. And even if you are a girl, thinking up great gift ideas for women can still be challenging.
So, today, I’m going to give you some great gift ideas for her, whoever “her” is. 😉
Wireless Bluetooth Speaker
Does she like music? Or podcasts? I would listen to music 24 hours a day if I could. I always carry a bluetooth speaker with me whenever I go outside or start a project at home. The music carries me through the hard parts of the chore and I end up in a much better mood than I would have been.
I’m a busy mom. I lose things. My keys. My phone. The remote. This Tile finder thing has been on my wishlist for 2 Christmas’s now. It helps you find stuff. They even have one for lost luggage. Whoah. It will even make your phone ring if it’s on silent so you can find your phone.
I don’t know many women who can keep a charge on their phone through the day (I’m not sure if it’s a girl problem or just a phone problem, but it’s a common theme). This is one of the best-rated portable chargers on Amazon. Plus, it’s white. Who doesn’t love a white electronic device? Plus everyone is happy if mom’s phone is charged! Finally.
They really save the day to hold all the mom-things I carry around all the time (think: bandaids, fingernail clippers, tiny shopping bag). These are actually way cuter than mine, so they’re going on my list for stocking stuffers this year!
Seriously. This is one of the best gifts for anyone. Sunbasket is a meal service that will deliver meals straight to your front door. I chose SunBasket because I try to feed our family only organic food, and SunBasket is one of the more “natural” meal service options out there. Their meats are all organic and GMO-free. If you regularly buy organic food, you’ll quickly realize that SunBasket is a steal for how much organic food you get, not to mention the recipes are delicious and it’s so easy.
If you’ve never used a meal service before, here’s a quick rundown.
- You sign up for an account and select a meal plan type (think: family, vegetarian, paleo, etc).
- Then, every week (or about once a month), you can preview weekly menus for the next few weeks. You get to select meals that you think your family would like from the list.
- Then, a box of food shows up on your doorstep.
- Nicely chilled and ready to stow away into the fridge with all the necessary information like recipes and info sheets.
- You pull out the recipe, and ingredients for the day’s meal, and cook away.
When our life was crazy busy, SunBasket was a lifesaver, and it felt great knowing our family was eating organic instead of whatever fake stuff they’re sneaking into foods at restaurants these days.
Gifting a service like this is perfect for busy working mamas, new moms, and Grandmas who may have a difficult time making it to the grocery store, but who still enjoy cooking. Plus, if you use my affiliate link, you can sign up and save $35 off your first meal. Or, save 50% off Family Meals!!
Hobo Lauren Wallet
This is the wallet every girl needs. Like seriously. The Hobo Lauren wallet is one of the absolute most versatile wallets out there. I have one that I’ve used every day for at least the past 5 years and it’s still going strong. I absolutely love it and it’s worth every. single. penny.
Lauren wallets are made with two main sections that unfold easily to hold your most-used cards and ID. I also use it as my recent receipts holder, since it closes back up magnetically. Plus, each side opens with a kiss clasp to hold a ton of cards and has all kinds of sections that a girl needs to organize life and all those discount cards, coupons and cash. The best part? It’s made of leather and has a cute fabric interior.
Mine has lasted forever and I absolutely love it.
Yikes. You’re probably thinking I’m going to recommend some $300 robot vacuum to buy for your mother-in-law, right? No way. But every lady loves the luxurious idea of a maid or a butler (unless they’re one of those totally bonkers people who find cleaning therapeutic. If you or your gift recipient are one of them, I envy y’all.).
I actually found this Roomba alternative as my own Christmas present last year and absolutely love it. We have a whole colony of dust bunnies, or at least, we did, until Jimmy came on the scene. We named our robot vacuum Jimmy.
Now, we are completely dust bunny free. This robot vacuum has saved our house from the always-dirty house that it was. Just running our little robot vacuum once or twice a week has made a huge difference in how clean the house is and, consequently, my stress level. If you’re gifting to a busy mom or feeble Grandma, this should be at the top of your list. And at under $150 it just might be in your budget.
You can click here if you want to read my full review on our robot vacuum. It’s packed with features.
There you have it. My gift guide for “her,” whoever she may be. Hopefully, you have a ton of awesome gift ideas for your girlfriend, mom, best friend, and even yourself.
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So, there you have it! These are some of my favorite gifts I’ll be giving this year (and maybe asking the hubs for!).