Darn Tough Socks
At some point, I realized that being an adult meant actually wanting to receive socks for Christmas, and I’m ok with that. These are actually the greatest socks ever. Super warm, wool so they will keep your feet warm if they get wet…but they aren’t super bulky and can fit nicely in a Converse sneaker. They are made in Vermont, and trust me, we take our cold weather gear seriously. They are available on Amazon Prime, so you can get them for that co-worker that you totally forgot or your aunt that you have literally no clue what she would want for Christmas because she spends her time making dolls out of her cat’s fur. Get this pair here – they come in a bunch of styles, lengths, thicknesses, and colors.
Heifer Project International
There is nothing I love more than procrastinating and helping out others. Enter Heifer Project International, the charity that helps you give people in developing countries the gift of being able to take care of their families and communities. Is your office looking for a large group gift to the boss that has everything? She probably doesn’t have a water buffalo. Now, before you start sweating at the idea of buying your boss a water buffalo, let me tell you SHE won’t get the water buffalo, but a really nice family who can benefit from the milk, the manure, and the plowing that the water buffalo can do will get the buffalo. The best part? You can print out the info and include that in the group card that Susan from accounting bought and then signed right under the “Happy Holidays!” line so that everyone knows who actually bought it. We see you Susan, we see you.
Instax Mini Camera
Ok, I really just want one of these for myself so I hope my family and friends are reading this (lol they’re not). These babies are part of Amazon Prime, so there’s still time to order 1 or 7 for all those people you have no idea what to give. They come in 5 perfectly pastel hues so every member of your squad can get a different color. If you’re feeling extra generous, get the bundle with the refill film so they can take their fake polaroids well into the new year. What’s old is new again, I am right?!