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The gift guide you’ve been waiting for

The holidays are coming up, which means gifts are right around the corner. Everybody loves to give and receive the perfect gift, but sometimes, the giving part is much harder. Here are gift ideas for each member of your family. 

 Your mom does everything and deserves some self-care. If you’re on a budget, comfy socks, bath bombs and candles are never a bad idea. For the mom who loves luxury, a new pajama set, or satin sheets would be perfect. For the mom who loves to do things herself, a manicure kit will allow her to do just that with her nails. For the workout mom, a running belt to hold her phone would bring some convenience to her life. And for the mom that fits into none of these categories, an electric candle lighter so she can light her candles proficiently. 

 Dads can be difficult to shop for, especially when they say they don’t want anything. For the dad who likes to be stylish, a wool scarf is perfect for the winter cold. For the practical dad: a car vacuum. Give your dad something to help his game on the court, field or green, such as a new golf glove or running shoes. There are many gifts out there related to their favorite sports team, such as coasters, cups and even candles. For the dad who loves his lazy days, get him some slippers. For the dad who has a lot of early mornings, get him a mug warmer so he can have his coffee anytime. And if you want to make your dad extremely happy, get him tickets to a sporting event or a concert, though this may be something you and another member chip in on. 

 Brothers are tricky to shop for because they will never tell you what they want. For the brother who likes simple things, a fleece sweatshirt is perfect. For the indie brother: his favorite record. For the brother who won’t admit he is a gym bro, a new gym bag would be perfect. For the brother who loves food, a hot sauce gift set. And for the brother that is none of these, a portable speaker. 

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 Now, even though sisters are easy to please, they are not pleased very often. For your younger sister just getting into makeup: a makeup brush set. For your sister who loves skincare, get her wrist towels to catch the water when she is washing her face. For your sister who loves the winter aesthetic, a holiday-scented Philosophy body wash. For your sister who just moved into her new apartment, glassware from Anthropology. And for your sister who is just too complicated to figure out, a candle paired with a journal will make her happy. 

 Happy holidays to everyone. 

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