Gift Guide: Practical Gifts

A delicate keyring with a bit of color for a bit of key wrangling. Adam has one and loves it. $16


An overnighter with a pouch for everything. If you’re wanting to make it extra special, add some tickets to a destination to put it to use. $175


Hammer screwdriver combination tool for small jobs and/or small spaces. The simple design makes a normally unsightly object a little more beautiful to leave on display. $28


The most beautiful jewelry case to stay organized at home or while traveling. $115

A sturdy, reusable coffee flask or water bottle to cut down on waste and make staying hydrated a little easier. $22, $30


Reusable snack/sandwich bags to lighten the load on the environment and to easily have tasty treats on hand. $14


An elegant, cashmere beanie for cold days. It comes in both grey and black. $85


Wool dryer balls for extra soft laundry with a quicker drying time. Pair with the best smelling detergent. $12, $21


A sleek, electric toothbrush with automatic head refills for a year. I love the black. $55


A beautiful photo album to hold special moments or any other thoughtful product from Artifact Uprising. Gift cards are nice too (and quick). Prices vary.


A simple passport case to use for future travels. $68


A heavy-duty carry-on that also charges your phone. Adam got one last year and loves it so much that it’s on my list for this year. $225


Reusable, sherpa make-up remover pads and some all-natural make-up remover. $16.50, $25

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