Welcome to my cozy gift guide.
I love the holiday season. Thanksgiving to New Years’ has to be one of the most exciting and extravagant times of the year, and I love it. One of my favorite parts of the season is gift-giving. I’ve always loved showing people I care by trying to get very personalized and special gifts! I keep a list on my phone year-round of things people mention that they want, and it’s always so fun seeing them open their gifts.
That said, once you read through this guide you’ll notice that these items have one thing in common — they’re cozy.
If you follow me on Instagram then you know how important being cozy is throughout the year, but especially in winter. It’s essential to my inner peace, and something I can’t go without.
Here you will find a guide of gifts that are affordable, but incredibly comforting. If you have a significant other, sibling, or friend who loves all things cozy then maybe consider buying a few things and creating a basket.
I know as someone who loves the items on this list, that if someone was to buy me a few, or just one, I’d be so happy. Okay, enough rambling…here is my 2019 gift guide for the cozy girl in your life.
I love essential oils. I’ve used them for years and years and have seen such a benefit in my health because of them. I mainly use them to help calm my nervous system, either by direct application on certain points on my body or through my diffuser. The diffuser I linked here is so beautiful and has been on my wish-list for a while.
The priciest item on this list, but definitely the comfiest. I could wear this every day all day if I really wanted.
Criss Cross Slippers ($20)
These are my favorite slippers (at the moment). I grabbed a pair in late September after I saw someone wearing them on Tiktok lol. They’re cozy, fluffy, and not to mention pretty stylish. Plus who doesn’t love a new pair of slippers.
Sound Machine ($41):
Growing up I slept with a decently loud fan but eventually found that it was not good for my overall health. Anyone who knows me knows I have a terrible time sleeping at night. Adding a sound machine to my room has helped me tons with falling asleep quickly and sleeping soundly throughout the night. I love this one because its simple in design, but still has a variety of sounds and lights to choose from.
The cutest mugs !!!! I bought this set in September and have used two at home and gifted two to my friend. I love having a wide variety of random mugs, so that’s why I gave them away. But feel free to keep all four, or do the same as me and keep some and gift some 🙂
My Favorite Frother ($42)
My all-time favorite frother. It has both a warming setting as well as a cooling setting which makes it perfect year-round – and how I make all of my delicious drinks. While the white is out of stock, there is an extra $3 off the frother right now!
Weighted blanket ($79):
I live for weighted blankets. They’re much more than just a blanket, as they can help with a variety of problems. They are great for anyone who is a physical touch person, and also for people who battle anxiety.
Chic Wine Glasses ($44)
These are my go-to wine glasses these days. They’re light-weight, chic, and perfect for a cozy winter night.
I absolutely love this tote basket from World Market. It sits in the corner of my room with a few blankets inside of it, like a cozy bundle of joy. It is great to store things in but is also great for muted decor, if that’s your thing.
CBD Mind, Calming Drops ($69)
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a huge fan of CBD oil for therapeutic release. This CBD is made with Tangerine Oil, Bergamot Oil, fractionated coconut oil, and stevia extract. You place 1 dropper under your tongue once or twice a day to receive the benefits.
Wake-up light alarm clock ($99):
Eeeek it’s nearly impossible for me to wake up during the winter months. I go from waking up at sunrise in the summer to wanting to stay in bed forever in the winter. Light alarm clocks are a life-saver for anyone that has a hard time waking in the winter. They simulate sunrise and help your body wake up slowly.
Chic candles ($14):
Candles are always a safe present. I have yet to meet someone that doesn’t enjoy candles, aside from my dad, and he just thinks they’re dangerous. I tend to buy candles for all of my friend’s birthdays but they’re awesome holiday gifts as well.
Five-minute journal ($24):
I used the five–minute journal for a few years, and now do my own personal version of it! Although I’ve switched over combining a few different journaling methods, I love the five-minute journal because of the structure and purposeful gratitude it adds to your life.
Get Naked bath mat ($34):
I love this bath mat! My bathroom right now is all muted tones but I’ve been thinking about adding it to the mix for a while now. It’s cute, fun, and makes for the perfect gift.
Stasher Bags (from $29)
These reusable bags are my ish! They are on the pricey side, but I’ve had the same 3 bags for 2 years and they’re still in prime condition. They make a pretty awesome gift for anyone that is trying to live more sustainably.
This might just be my favorite gift on this list, but I’m biased because of my deep love for ceramics. You can purchase ceramics online, but if you live in a city there are bound to be many shops in your area selling them too. Another great place to buy ceramics is on Etsy! I’ve always found the most beautiful pieces on there, and love supporting small businesses in any way I can.
Meal delivery services are a great holiday gift. They are practical, unique, and honestly unexpected but something that so many people can use. I love Sunbasket personally for meal service, but for pre-made meals, I use Territory Foods. Use “withlinds” to get $50 off your first two orders.
I love leggings. I wear them almost every day because of working from home and always being active. These leggings are some of my favorites and fit just like Lululemon Aligns.
Teddy Coat ($44):
Everyone loves a cozy sweater. This is such a go-to gift for me because it’s easy to gift and always a crowd-pleaser. Not to mention it emulates hygge. This is probably the coziest item on this cozy gift guide.
Blue Light Blocking Glasses ($16):
These glasses are awesome. They are great for anyone who spends a lot of time in front of a screen, whether that be working or on social media, either way, they take a lot of pressure off of your eyes. I wear them nearly every day!
There aren’t enough words to express how important this book is and was to my life. The concept of “busy” is almost a religious platform for many, and it’s actually quite damaging to numerous aspects of our lives. I recommend this book to every human ever.
I hope you enjoyed this cozy gift guide! They’re fun for me to make because I love sharing my favorite products with others.
What’s on your list this year?