Christmas is just around the corner! Today, I’d like to continue my 2015 Holiday Gift Guide with the second of four installments. I tried to find items that would suit lots of different folk all at moderate price points. Each gift is something I love or would love giving! I hope you find some inspiration. Happy Holidays!
A documentary about surfing’s “first family” that’s super intriguing and weird but will also leave him wanting to catch the next wave. ($9, Amazon)
This cookbook will have him amping up pasta night in no time with an entire repertoire of dishes from the world-famous restaurant adapted for the home cook. ($17, Amazon)
Encourage stylish travel aboard everything from Amtrak to Southwest to his own decade’s old car. ($190, Herschel Supply Company)
Because he likes his coffee strong and manly. ($33, Kohl’s)
He enjoys spending his free time at the gym hefting heavy things and generally getting sweaty and sore, so why not gift him a fitness tracker? ($100, Jawbone)
While the thought of him zipping around traffic gives you nightmares, you would hand over one of these boards if he promises to only use it for playing around on lazy days at the park. ($100, Penny Skate Boards)
You know what they say, the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, so serve him up a gift certificate to his favorite haunt. Bonus points if they pull a decent pint, too.
Pair a new-to-him body wash with a pouf and give him the fresh and so clean (-clean) shower experience he’s after. ($10, Ulta)
Shine a little light on his home work-space situation. ($29, Target)
He faithfully tunes in for his favorite NPR programming, might as well do so on the hippest device available. ($159, West Elm)
Give him the gift of a go-to writing implement. ($55, Karas Kustoms) Bonus: Budget pen options make great stocking-stuffers!
Encourage the power of the written word (to say “thank you” or “i love you” or a simple “hi”) with a set of personalized stationery. ($50, Minted)
P.S. More great gift ideas coming your way tomorrow!!!