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Christmas gifts your coworkers will love

Spread a little joy at the annual office party.

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Top Christmas gifts for coworkers

Mini far infrared amethyst + tourmaline heat mat
Mini far infrared amethyst + tourmaline heat mat

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AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker with Tote Bag
AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker with Tote Bag


Jelly Belly Cocktail Classics 5-Flavor Gift Box
Jelly Belly Cocktail Classics 5-Flavor Gift Box


Secret Santa gifts for coworkers under $20

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Affirmators! 50 affirmation cards to help you help yourself


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What about remote workers?

If your team is working remotely this year due to the pandemic, you may be trying to figure out how to spread holiday cheer without seeing each other face to face. Here are some of our favorite ideas:

  • Monthly coffee delivery. Remember when you survived the afternoon lull by grabbing coffee with your coworker? A coffee subscription box can be a sweet tribute to pre-pandemic days. Bean Box and La Colombe are both popular with coffee snobs — but look for a local delivery service to support a small business.
  • Snack box subscription. Shop options for healthy eaters — like Graze and Love With Food — or more indulgent treats like the Gourmet Chocolate of the Month Club. Get your coworker six months or a year of yummy snacks to munch on as they scroll through emails.
  • Cookies or cookie dough. We can personally vouch for how incredibly tasty DeLuscious cookies are, and it even has vegan and gluten-free options. You could also go with a classic like Mrs. Fields or another sought-after brand called Cheryl’s.
  • Groupon gift card. Groupon sells discounted packages for massages, fancy restaurants, spa visits and even all-inclusive getaways. A Groupon gift card is basically like buying your coworker a spa day, but it allows them to choose the location and services they like the most.
  • Handmade goods from Etsy. It’s perfect because you can personalize anything on Etsy, from tumblers and mugs to cutting boards or yummy-smelling candles. Many Etsy shops will also include a handmade note in the package, which is a nice way to add a personal touch.
  • Flowers or plants. If a bouquet of flowers feels cliché, consider sending a potted plant or succulent to spruce up your coworker’s desk. Yes, you can send real plants through the mail — try 1-800-Flowers, Lively Root, The Sill or Etsy.

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