Holiday gift guide season is upon us! As we decorate our homes, cook family recipes, and rush around town for end-of-year events, we find ourselves filled with gratitude. Gratitude for our friends and families that keep this season so busy and gratitude for homes in which we’re creating memories.
A natural extension of that gratitude, we think, is a desire to recognize others and to thank them for all they do. Whether you’re sending notes in holiday cards, or picking up the phone to spread some cheer, we’d like to encourage everyone to make the effort to put words around our appreciations. Thoughtful gifts can be wonderful, but what really makes a thoughtful gift memorable is the loving connection behind it.
Slow down and take some time to find a gift or two for the people you love that speaks to their own interests but also what you admire most about them. Our 2022 Gift Guide is here to get you started!
The Gracious Hostess
The friend that’s always throwing fabulous parties. The friend that loves to connect others together. And the friend that makes a perfect dinner (or knows how to get it delivered!)–all of these people could fall under our “Gracious Hostess” umbrella this year. From table accents to decadent snacks to putting memories on display, we’ve rounded up our favorite tokens of appreciation for every hostess with the most-est.
The Contented Chef
This is the person always bringing in a new dish for others to try. And the person you never turn down when it comes to dinner! Our “Contented Chef” finds herself most happy in the kitchen feeding others. Their love language is food!
From upgraded basics like a new apron and whisk, to a daring new challenge like a pizza oven, this holiday gift guide has something for every type of chef.
The Self-Care Sage
Always on the lookout for the latest news and trends in wellness, the “Self-Care Sage” knows what they like. Whether you want to upgrade her workout gear, help her get a good night’s sleep, or keep her feet cozy in these winter months, we have suggestions on ways you can bring wellness into her gift. Let’s get shopping!
It’s not that she doesn’t like leaving her home to do things, but why leave when she’s so happy on her own couch? Home is where it’s at. The “Homebody’s” interests are typically varied (even if their location is central), so we’ve pulled together a gift guide with lots of options and inspiration.
With Christmas swirling around us from all directions, our kids are really looking forward to another year of lights and trees and magic. A lot of these holiday gift guide suggestions come from our own experiences, but feel free to use these ideas as a starting point for creating your own new traditions with your own family.
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