As we move up the budget ladder, some new things are popping up on the gift guide. One of my favorite places to go with P in the winter is to visit our local outdoor spa, Nordik, and have a dip in their heated pools, sit in their saunas and have a relaxing massage. What's fantastic is that the spa also offers gift cards that can be redeemed at any value so you could essentially pay for a variety of services as a gift to a stressed out friend or significant other!
- Spa Gift Certificate (Le Nordik) | $xx.xx
I've often picked up gift certificates for friends just to enjoy the baths, which comes out to about $60-70. Considering that you can spend upwards of 2-3 hours there just at the bathes, the value is pretty good.
2015 Desk Diary Coral French Goatskin Leather (Graphic Image) | $98.00
Even after finishing my degree, life is so hectic that it's good to write down appointments and meetings. You can also look back at past agendas as a sort of memoir of your past to help jog your memory. This lovely leather bound 365 day diary serves well as both a planner and journal, and comes in a variety of beautiful shades as well.
- Cedar Street Dot Passport Holder (Kate Spade) | $78.00
Depending on what renewal plan you select, you only get a new passport every 5-10 years. If you travel a lot, then you know what a toll your passport takes being shoved in and out of bags. Protect its cover (okay just mask the ugly cover) with this adorably polka-dotted holder and you'll be the bell of the ball at customs.
- Holiday Coffret (Diptyque) | $98.00
Although I love candles and Diptyque, I could never justify spending this much on wax. Receiving as gifts though, I'd take them any day!
- Tory Burch Eau de Parfum Spray 1.7 oz (Sephora) | $92.00
This beautifully deep scent smells amazing on everyone. The rich scent emotes a luxurious feel and both calms and soothes your senses.
How far into your gifting list have you made it?
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