8 Gifts to Give Travelers (or Gift Yourself) This Season
Because, ’tis the season! With just over a week before Christmas, here are some wonderful gifts to pick up for your friends, family, partners, Secret Santas, or anyone else who has the travel bug that you are shopping for this holiday season. And if you’re all done with your shopping list, why not pick up yourself a treat for your next trip?
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What’s UncommonGoods? A Brooklyn-based company, they select unique jewelry, designer décor, tabletop items, and handcrafted gifts created with the environment in mind and without harm to animals or people. And with every purchase made, they are proud to donate $1 to the non-profit of your choice. Since they started the Better to Give program 12 years ago, they’ve donated over $1 Million to charities around the world.
Wanderlust Cross Stitch Map – Bring some DIY charm to your wanderlust friend or loved one, or yourself, with this embroidery map wall art where a lifetime of travel moments can be recorded through easy stitching.
City Bike Map Glasses – For the sporty traveler that likes to cycle, gift them this lovely set of glasses that have a bike map on them.
Vintage Suitcase Locket Necklace – For someone to wear it, turn into a keychain or to hang it in a favorite room, this handcrafted, gold-plated suitcase necklace will surely turn heads.
Vintage Camera Pillows – For the traveling shutterbug, these vintage pillows are perfect for them to further show and share their love of photography.
Collar Perfect-Compact Travel and Touch-up Iron – Look fresh and stay crisp with this handy, compact travel-sized iron.
The Necktie Travel Roll – Have a business traveling male in your life? Help stay smart and stylish with this nifty tool that fits a necktie to help keep it wrinkle free.
Dog Bowl Water Bottle – Help a fellow pet owner traveler keep their fellow canine companion well hydrated while on the go.
Moscow Mule Carry-On Cocktail Kit – When you have space on your carry-on, why not fill it and any in-flight thirst with what you need to make a Moscow Mule right at your seat.
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All opinions are of course my own.