Christmas is around the corner and gifting season has officially begun. If you are out of ideas, try something thoughtful yet creative this year. Whether it's family, friend or someone from work, give the one you care for the gift of good health and happiness. Here are some thoughtful gifting ideas for the holiday season.
Self-massage tools: Gift your loved one this self-massage tool if they have been spending way too much time at work. Work stress and anxiety can cause unexplained aches and pains all over the body. This self-massage tool helps in soothing aching muscles and relaxing the body. And the best part is that they don't have to depend on anyone for a quick, invigorating massage.
Jump rope: Skipping of jumping rope is a great and exciting way to stay fit. It's a good gifting idea for a busy someone who doesn't find time for his or her fitness. Jumping rope is a high-intensity exercise that requires little space and just 10 minutes of their time.
Dumbbells: Nothing says "You have to stay fit this year" better than a set of dumbbells. If your girlfriend is apprehensive of turning muscular with heavy weights, gift these light weight ones that will help sculpt her arms and shoulders.
Copper mugs/bottles: Throw their BPA laden plastic water bottles out of the window and gift them a copper mug. Drinking water out of copper mugs has a lot of health benefits.
Fruit infuser water bottle: If they aren't hydrating themselves enough, get a fruit infuser water bottle for them this Christmas. They can put delicious cut fruits in the middle chamber of the bottle which infuses a citrusy flavour to the water.
Fitness trackers: Inspire them to work out and keep track of their calories with a fitness tracker. Let the coming year be all about good health.
Air fryer: Is their love for French fries coming in the way of their good health? Gift them an air fryer. They can have their favourite "fried" treats without a single drop of oil.
Foam rollers: If your friend is a gym freak who complains of muscle soreness after workout sessions, a foam roller could be a great gift. This cylindrical tool helps loosen knots and soothes muscle aches after a workout.
A toy xylophone: You don't have to be a child to enjoy the toy xylophone. It is inexpensive and can be found in most toy stores. Irrespective of whether your loved one has an ear for music, just striking the bars of the xylophone with the wooden mallet can be comforting during times of stress and anxiety.