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Our Favorite Christmas Gifts….for grown ups!

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If you are anything like me, often, when people ask what is at the top of your own Christmas list, you come up short. You see, the kids and their needs are the focus day in and day out and I become laser focused on what their are needs and often forget to dream.

I am not recommending this method, but if it is yours too, I get it.

And so, I come bearing suggestions when the inevitable questions about Christmas gifts arise.

So without further adieu, here are our favorite Christmas gifts for Adults:

First up are some stocking stuffer ideas. If your kids are anything like mine, they are very curious to see if mom and dad get fun things in their stockings as well. So grab some of these and add some fun to stockings!

Macaron for hair by Milk and Sass:

This macaron inspired brush is the perfect brush to stick in your purse. Plus, bonus points, it has a mirror inside of the side without the bristles. It is specifically designed to help detangle hair. They retail for $12.99 on Amazon and you can pick one up here.

Christmas Gifts for Adults

 

LectroFan Micro

This little speaker packs a lot of punch in a small package! The speaker can work off of a device equipped with Bluetooth for listening to music on the go! Plus, when you are traveling, it has 5 built-in white noise sounds to drown out excess noise in hotel rooms. The LectroFan can be purchased on Amazon and retails for $34.00

 

Tech21 Phone Case

Everyone can use a new phone case, right? Grab a new case from tech21 to ensure that there are no tears over shattered phones. Tech21 even has iPhone 8 and X cases and as well as cases for Samsung. Check out all they have here.

 

JBL Playlist

This speaker is perhaps the only speaker you will ever need for your home. With a crisp, clear sound and volume for days, the playlist has Chromecast built in and is compatible with your Bluetooth device. The price for this speaker is $149.95, but trust me, this is the only speaker you will need for your home. You can grab it on JBL’s website

 

JBL Everest Elite 750

I will be the first to admit that I scoffed at people who were spending large amounts of money on headphones. Until I tried these headphones. One listen and I was a believer. They were my travel companion to and from Hawaii and were my work companion until my husband snatched them from me.  The headphones are the best of the best and provide an amazing amount of noise canceling abilities all while playing your favorite tunes. Amazon sells them for $299 if you have the money to splurge on them, do it.

 

SkyLink Alarm System

If your family has been thinking about a security system for a while but hasn’t wanted the monthly fee that comes with it, the sky link is perfect. The starter kit has 2 door sensors and 2 window sensors and pairs with your smartphone. The best part? It is extremely expandable and can handle up to 100 sensors for one alarm system. The starter kit runs $105.00 on Amazon. 

Mini Trooper

The Mini Trooper, is a wireless indoor or outdoor security camera system. With a 116 degree wide angle lens and HD quality video, you won’t miss a thing. The fact that there are no wires involved means you can put it virtually anywhere ensuring you see all that is going on, day or night. A one camera unit is $149.99 from Amazon. 

PUR 11 Cup Ultimate

While this may seem like a borning gift, it is exciting to those who are looking for ways to reduce their environmental footprint. The PUR 11 Cup pitcher is ready to serve up freshly filtered water, replacing the need for plastic water bottles. This retails typically for $34.99 and can be found on Amazon here.

 

Chamilia Love Wins Bracelet

This sterling silver ID bracelet is perfect for the jewelry lover in your life. There are quite a few sayings available and they would look great layered or just worn singular. Check out the Chamilia website for more details.

 

Homedics MyChill

Yes, I realize that Christmas is in December, but hear me out. This part air conditioner, part fan is the perfect solution for those people in your life who are always declaring that they are hot! Grab it on Amazon here.

 

2018 Calendars

Pretty self-explanatory, but always a great gift. Particularly if your parents are goat farmers, then Goats of Anarchy is a great choice or if you happen to know someone who loves goats. The Busy Family Calendar has large grids and stickers to help aid in planning, so maybe you won’t forget that dentist appointment…again.

 

Hug Me Cardi from Soft Surroundings

This cozy cardigan is the perfect thing to snuggle up in on the couch once you have settled in for the night. Grab a book and get cuddly with the cardigan. You can find it from Soft Surroundings for $69.95.

Lamb Wrap

This lamb wrap from Soft Surroundings can be used hot or cold and is perfect for soothing the aches and pains of the holiday season. The lamb wrap can be monogrammed should you choose to go that route. Check it out on the Soft Surroundings website.

 

Paris Faux Fur Throw

For the ultimate in snuggling up to relax this beautiful faux fur throw is the perfect addition to your couch or favorite chair. Available from Soft Surroundings for $89.95.

 

Our Favorite Christmas Gifts for Grown ups!

One Comment

  • brett

    November 14, 2017 at 8:48 am

    ok well, i need that snuggly cardi, and the bracelet is to die for. oh santa…..

    the brush looks like it would- even though you say for grownups- be good for my girls’ gymnastics bags.

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