Gift Ideas for Her

I KNOW Amazon is super convenient,
but PLEASE consider shopping locally or
buying directly from the company this year.

Gift Ideas for Her

These would be good for anyone, but admittedly,
this is basically MY Christmas list.

Litographs – Book themed puzzle and other goods

Philosophy Hands of Hope gift set

I Think You’re Wrong (But I’m Listening): A Guide to Grace-Filled Political Conversations by Sarah Stewart Holland, Beth A Silvers

The Lazy Genius Way: Embrace What Matters, Ditch What Doesn’t, and Get Stuff Done by Kendra Adachi

Independent Bookstore Finder – IndieBound

Antique Candle Co. sample pack

Method Roasters Coffee or subscription – I’m just saying, my favorite is the Kingpin Blend.

Socks with a Purpose – Conscious Step Socks

Creative Action NetworkDress like a Woman Tee

Creative Action NetworkMasks

SheShowI’m Dreaming of a White [Claw] Christmas T-shirt

The Dark Forest Co. Be Kind, but take no shit Camp Mug

Book Chick T-shirtsBooks are my love language

Book Chick T-shirtsNever underestimate the power of a good book

Language PriorityLOVE Sweatshirt

Language PrioritySanta Baseball Tee

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