The holiday season crept up on us this year, so if you’re low on gifts, you’re not alone. Luckily, there’s something called two-day shipping. And the internet is full of gift ideas that are just one click away.
Whether you’re scrambling for secret santa or trying to figure out what to get your significant other, here’s a list of last-minute gifts less than $40 with something for everyone:
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For the Hostess with the Mostess
Anyone willing to have people over during the holiday season is likely a good cook. And anyone who’s a good cook is likely obsessed with Ina Garten, as we all are. We suggest pairing Ina’s latest publication, Cooking For Jeffrey, with a nice bottle of wine to say “thank you for not making me cook or clean today.”
For Your Fitness-Obsessed Friend
For the Netflix Binger
If someone in your life has spent the majority of 2016 chatting about Stranger Things and Black Mirror, get them something that will help them further explore their passion for watching television. Complete with socks, coasters and personal hygiene products, this kit is revolutionary.
For the Random Acquaintance
For the Tech-Savvy Tween
Got a family member who’s glued to their phone? These tech gloves will make it so they truly never have to put their phone down — even when it’s freezing outside.
For the Friend Who's Always Reading
Books make great gifts, especially when they’re new novels that have rocked the literary world. That’s the case for The Mothers: Brit Bennet’s debut novel centering on an impossible situation in a Southern California black community.
For Your Office Secret Santa
Give the gift of being a “Laird” or “Lady” to that office buddy who has everything they need and a good sense of humor. According to the description at least, owners of this kit will get a small plot of land and a free tour of the Dunans Castle in Scotland along with their new title.
For the Minimalist
For the Film Buff
It’s gotten much harder to shop for this demographic now that DVDs are less convenient. But this simple tool has come to the rescue — it will create a home theater by projecting a phone onto any wall.