Easy Last Minute Gift Ideas for Anyone

Easy Last Minute Gift Ideas for ANYONE on Your List!

Need a last minute gift? A list of last minute items you can get for anyone on your list.

If you’ve ever found yourself in need of a last minute gift idea, look no further than this list! I’ve got your back with a list of ideas that have universal appeal.

Any of these last minute gifts are perfect for Christmas gifts, hostess gifts, Mother’s day, teacher’s gifts or housewarmings. You could probably find something on this list to bring as an office gift too.

Presentation is everything. Take the time to properly wrap your gift. Ribbons, baskets, boxes, and even a bit of cellophane will keep your recipient from ever guessing that your gift was a last minute purchase.

Easy Last Minute Gifts

Gift from the Grocery Store

A Little Sparkle!

Pick up a 6-pack of your favorite sparkling water, a few limes and some striped paper straws. Tie up with bow!

Sparkling Water Gift: An easy last minute gift you can pick up at the grocery store.

Luxury Cleaning Items

Any person who has to clean would love a basket of good smelling, high-end natural cleaning products. Many aren’t willing to spend the money for themselves.

This is a particularly great last minute gift for a housewarming.

Luxury Cleaning Items: An easy last minute gift you can pick up at the grocery store.

Afternoon Tea

Who wouldn’t love an at-home afternoon tea basket? Pick up a box of tea, some honey, scones or biscuits and some lemon curd or jam.

Tea and Biscuits Basket: An easy last minute gift you can pick up at the grocery store.

Wassail In a Jar

All the ingredients for wassail can be packaged up in a jar and given as a gift. Get the complete instructions for my easy wassail recipe for gift giving.

Need a last minute gift? Anyone on your list would love to get an easy wassail recipe packaged up in a jar.

Entertainment Gifts

Everyone likes to be entertained but not everyone likes the expense. I know the young people in my life have all requested help offsetting the expense of items like streaming music or tv.

Concert or Event Tickets

In an effort to give our girls less stuff, we have started to give them concert/event tickets for their Christmas gift. We use Ticket Network  because it covers local (read less expensive) events and is easily searchable.

Miranda Lambert Tickets

 

Gift Cards for Their Favorite Entertainment Binges

Does your gift recipient love tv, music or the movies? Why not pick up a gift card for Netflix, Spotify or the movie theater?

Need a last minute gift? A list of last minute items you can get for anyone on your list.

Gift Subscriptions

Talk about easy! A gift subscription can be purchased online and in most cases, they will notify the recipient by email.

You can purchase these very last minute, but they get delivered for months! So no one will ever suspect you bought it at the last second. All they will know is that you care about them month after month.

Bestowed Gift Subscription

With a Bestowed membership, each month a box with an assortment of nutritionist-approved snacks, beverages, and personal care items is delivered to the recipient.

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Buy your loved ones the gift of health this holiday season with Bestowed Gifts and Gift Cards.

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Book of the Month

I love the Book of the Month! Here’s what makes it a great gift: you can buy someone a subscription, and each month, they will get to pick the book they want to read from 5 carefully curated books!

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If this sounds like a great gift for someone you know, Use code BOOK10 to get $10 off 3 month or 12 month membership.

Green Kids Crafts

I don’t know of a single mom who doesn’t love a gift that will help keep her kiddo busy and engaged. Green Kids Crafts do just that!

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When you give a Green Kid Crafts subscription, each month a box filled with everything needed to complete 8 different activities is delivered. PLUS, you can tack on a sibling so the gift boxes can be used by more than one kid!

Don’t wait a minute longer! Get shopping!

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Easy Wassail Recipe: A Homemade Holiday Gift

This easy wassail recipe makes a thoughtful homemade holiday gift.

This easy wassail recipe makes a thoughtful homemade holiday gift. This traditional drink can be spiked and heated on the stove or in a crockpot.

Sometimes you just strike idea gold! That’s how I feel about this wassail in a gift jar.

We have several Christmas parties and open houses we’ll be attending, and I’ve been looking for a homemade holiday gift idea that was out of the ordinary.

I gotta tell you, I’m so over bringing a bottle of wine. Unless you know someone’s favorite, it can be a real shot in the dark to match the right wine with a person’s taste. Am I right?

So I started looking for a gift that was relatively inexpensive. I also wanted it to be a consumable so I wasn’t adding to anyone’s clutter.

Above all, I was looking for a gift that was festive!

What could be more festive this time of year than wassail? So I decided to tuck all the ingredients into a large jar for gift giving.

I went to Target and I found:

1.5 gallon jar (If not in your Target, you can get it here.)
1 Tea Ball
Ribbon

Wassail in a jar gift supplies.

Y’all – this jar is just $15! All in, I spent a little over $27.

Then I went to my grocery store to pick up wassail ingredients.

Apple cider makes the base of any wassail recipe. You will frequently find orange juice or cranberry juice in a wassail recipe.

To give this as a gift, I couldn’t do orange juice because it needs refrigerated. I didn’t do cranberry juice because of it’s taste. (Have you ever tasted plain cranberry juice? So sour! I would have needed sugar, and I don’t really do excess sugar.)

Pomegranate juice is 100% juice, tastes great with apple cider, PLUS it fit in the jar. 😉 So my wassail is made with pomegranate juice!

Easy wassail recipe ingredients.

The traditional ingredient to spike wassail is bourbon, so I bought a small bottle of that too. You’ll see on the instructions I made the brandy optional.

The last things to go in your gift jar are the fresh ingredients.

Traditional wassail spices.

I put the spices in the tea ball and tied it on to the jar. The cinnamon sticks I dropped in the jar. They’d probably be really cute tied to the ribbon, but I’m just now thinking of it. Oh well. An idea for you.

All of these ingredients do fit in the jar, but you have to put the pomegranate juice and the brandy in BEFORE you add the apple cider. It’s a bit like a puzzle but I promise it all works!

Easy Wassail Recipe

1 32-ounce bottle apple cider
1 16-ounce bottle 100% pomegranate juice
1 200-ml bottle brandy
2 lemons
1 orange
12 whole cloves
1 whole nutmeg, smashed with a hammer
5 3-inch cinnamon sticks

INSTRUCTIONS:

This easy wassail recipe makes a thoughtful homemade holiday gift. This traditional drink can be spiked and heated on the stove or in a crockpot. FREE printable instructions.

You can download and print these instructions on card stock to include with your gift.

If you don’t think your recipient will want their Wassail spiked, you can choose to leave the brandy out of the gift. However, you don’t want your bottles to slide inside the glass jar. To prevent glass clanking on glass, you could add an extra orange, or you could pick up some festive holiday napkins to tuck in to your gift jar.

This easy wassail recipe makes a thoughtful homemade holiday gift. This traditional drink can be spiked and heated on the stove or in a crockpot.

Can you think of someone who would like Wassail in a jar?

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You Just Bought an Instant Pot: Now What???

Instant Pot: Did you buy one? Are you wondering what to do with it?
You Just Bought an Instant Pot: Now What? How to start cooking and enjoying.

What is it about the Instant Pot? People are going crazy for it!

Of course they are.

The Instant Pot promises a home cooked meal in about 70% less time than traditional cooking methods. Not to mention, it has the ability to cook food from frozen.

No need to thaw your frozen meat before cooking it?

People, this is practically kitchen sorcery we are talking about here!

While there are so many pluses to an Instant Pot, many people are afraid to cook in them.

And rightly so.

A pressure cooker could blow up if not properly used and maintained. For that reason, you will actually need to read the instructions for your pressure cooker.

But if you will cast your fear aside, you will be rewarded with a quick and easy solution to the dinnertime dilemma. And the breakfast dilemma. And the snack dilemma. In fact, you will find you can make pretty much anything in your Instant Pot, including DOG FOOD!

HOW TO GET STARTED WITH YOUR INSTANT POT

#1 – BUY A HIGHLY RATED COOKBOOK

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The Instant Pot® Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook: Easy Recipes for Fast & Healthy Meals

This is the number one best seller and it includes recipes like Pulled Pork, Black Bean Soup, and Baby Back Ribs.
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The New Fast Food: The Veggie Queen Pressure Cooks Whole Food Meals in Less than 30 Minutes

I am not a vegetarian. However, I try to add as many plants to my family’s daily diet as I can. This book came highly recommended for just that reason.

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Great Food Fast Bob Warden’s Ultimate Pressure Cooker Recipes

What I like about this cookbook is it has a “lighter” section and it gives nutrition information on all the recipes.

#2 – JOIN A FACEBOOK GROUP

There are more recipes and tips in these Facebook groups than you could ever get through in one day!

Here’s my helpful suggestion: If you choose to join an Instant Pot Facebook Group, you will want to turn off the group’s notifications. If you don’t, your newsfeed will be flooded with posts.

It is better to join the group, turn off notifications, then visit the group when looking for inspiration or help.

Listed below are the Facebook groups run by people I know that I have actually joined. However, there are tons of groups out there if you just do a quick Facebook search.

Instant Pot Community

Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Meals

Real Food Instant Pot Recipes

#3 – TRY THESE FAN FAVORITE RECIPES

Quite simply, I’ve rounded up the recipes I’ve seen referred to again and again.

I’m a sucker for a good street taco so I’m excited to try these Korean Street Tacos.

Honey Bourbon Chicken sounds like a winner to me.

Butter, heavy cream, 2 kinds of cheeses… Yes, I believe this may be the Best Mac and Cheese.

This Greek yogurt recipe is the most referred to recipe in all my Facebook groups. It has great instructions.

I’m always in search of the perfect rice recipe – you know the kind – like you get in the restaurant.

Perfectly Hard Boiled Eggs – I gotta try it!

Don’t have your Instant Pot yet? What are you waiting for?

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Breakfast Meal Prep Idea: Easy Toppings Bar

Here’s an easy DIY idea for breakfast meal prep: set-up a toppings bar!

Here's an easy DIY idea for breakfast meal prep: set-up a toppings bar!

Are you ready to save time and energy and still be able to deliver healthy meals in the morning?

I’ve found a solution that is working for our family that I wanted to share with you. It’s an easy toppings bar that fits on your countertop.

Here's an easy DIY idea for breakfast meal prep: set-up a toppings bar!

Our house has limited kitchen counter space, so in my home, I’ve set up a separate coffee/breakfast toppings bar on a spare piece of furniture we have set up by our kitchen table. On this spare hutch I’ve placed a tray and gathered together all the toppings we regularly use.

How does this help you in meal prep? The tray holds healthy toppings for cooked oatmeal, overnight oats, plain greek yogurt, or chia puddings.

Breakfast can be as easy as grabbing a yogurt or chia pudding out of the fridge and loading it up with healthy goodness. Or make up a pot of oatmeal and let everyone decide how to top their own bowl.

Here's an easy DIY idea for breakfast meal prep: set-up a toppings bar!

So what do I have on my countertop toppings bar?

BREAKFAST MEAL PREP TOPPINGS BAR IDEAS

  • dried cherries
  • dried cranberries
  • raisins
  • chia seeds
  • coconut flakes (Make sure they are unsweetened! This is what I buy.)
  • freeze dried fruit (NOT dried fruit, which can be sugar coated. Freeze dried bananas are really good!)
  • cacoa nibs
  • nuts
  • honey
  • maple syrup
  • cinnamon
  • chocolate chips

Here's an easy DIY idea for breakfast meal prep: set-up a toppings bar!

If you haven’t tried cacoa nibs yet, I’ve fallen in love with them. They are the purest form of chocolate before anything gets added to it. It has a definite chocolate taste but will finish bitter. That said, if you have sweetened your yogurt, oatmeal, or chia pudding, it negates that bitter aftertaste, so what you are left with is a hint of chocolate with none of the bad fats or sugars!

We prefer slivered almonds when we use nuts as a topping. I buy the big bags from Costco. I put out only a small mason jar of them, then store the rest in the freezer.

For the chocolate chips, I’ve started buying Lily’s. Do you know about these? They are stevia sweetened – so no added sugar! They don’t bake well – as in they don’t really melt- but they are great for this purpose.

Since my Keurig won’t fit on my counters, I’ve also got a jar with my organic compostable coffee pods on my breakfast tray. These pods are only $0.31/each and they are environmentally friendly! The price is great for a cup of coffee.

The cinnamon on my tray doubles as a breakfast topping and a coffee topping. I don’t usually sweeten my coffee, but sometimes I like a dash or two of cinnamon – especially on my second cup.

I’m all for easy ideas that make breakfast meal prep and mornings go smoother.

Would this idea work for you? What would you recommend I add to my tray?

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Eco-Friendly Fall 2016 Capsule Wardrobe {SAHM}

Come peek at my eco-friendly fall 2016 capsule wardrobe. It’s full of wardrobe ideas for a stay-at-home mom.

Come peek at my eco-friendly fall 2016 capsule wardrobe. It is full of sustainably made pieces that are practical for a stay-at-home mom who still wants to look fashionable.

Come peek at my eco-friendly fall 2016 capsule wardrobe. It is full of sustainably made pieces that are practical for a stay-at-home mom who still wants to look fashionable.

Oh man. I am not a fashion blogger for a reason! These pictures are pretty fuzzy, I apologize. However, I think you’ll get a pretty good glimpse of my Fall 2016 Capsule Wardrobe pieces.

I wanted to be able to show you exactly how you start putting a capsule wardrobe together. And I wanted to show you the eco-friendly pieces I added to my closet.

Now, if I lost you at “Capsule Wardrobe” you may want to click over and read What is a Capsule Wardrobe and Why Would You Want One?

Having a capsule wardrobe has changed my world. My closet is now manageable. I only own clothes I actually like and wear. And I’m not buying clothes impulsively, so I’ve saved money.

For this capsule I wanted to focus on eco-friendly clothes. I did tons of research and investigated how clothes are made and what fabrics are used.

I hit on several companies that have made sustainability the forefront of their business practices. Companies like praNa and Toad & Co. and Athleta.

As much as I like the clothes from those companies, I had one problem. A lot of their clothing looks like you’d only own it if you were about to lead a fly fishing expedition.

I worked hard to find those pieces that I could wear on an evening out, not just on a backcountry hike.

My secret to saving money on this eco-friendly wardrobe was to shop 6pm.com. If you aren’t aware, 6pm is the Zappos outlet. So the styles may be from last season, but the savings on these expensive brands is huge.

HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: 6pm pricing changes daily! I went to grab a link for the plum vest in my final pictures and the price on the vest has gone up by $35! If you like something, and the price seems high, you may want to check back and see if the price lowers.

Second-hand clothing was another way I brought sustainability to my wardrobe. I found some AWESOME deals on brand new, with tag clothing from major brands at a fraction of what they would cost new.

Come peek at my eco-friendly fall 2016 capsule wardrobe. It is full of sustainably made pieces that are practical for a stay-at-home mom who still wants to look fashionable.

These 3 outfits feature the organic cotton Blue/Grey Marley Striped Dress by Toad & Co.

LEFT: First, I have to tell you, this Marley dress by Toad&Co. is so incredibly comfortable. It’s like sweats, only it’s a dress. Seriously. I love to throw this dress on when I want to be comfortable but I also want to look like I put in a bit of effort.

The short sleeves on this dress make it perfect for transitional Fall days. It also makes it the perfect layering piece.

As soon as I got this dress, my daughter asked to try it on. She loved it so much, we ordered her one in the hibiscus color. It’s pretty rare when my daughter and I share taste in clothes. When we ordered her dress, we discovered the blue/grey color of the Marley dress has sold out. You could recreate all these looks with the hibiscus color. It’s far more on the red scale than the pink scale. Almost a cayenne color.

CENTER: Tying a J.Crew denim shirt (Thred-Up find!) over the dress, adding a pair of booties, then throwing on pearls takes my favorite comfy dress from the grocery store to a dinner out. The denim shirt also adds a layer of warmth.

RIGHT:  I bought this mustard yellow cardigan to add to my fall capsule wardrobe and LOVE it. However, it does not fall in the eco-friendly category. I searched everywhere for this color cardigan in an eco-friendly fabric but struck out. However, I did buy it during a Labor Day sale and was able to purchase it for only $12.99. I used a Shopkick gift card to make it only $7.99. Soooo totally budget-friendly, but not eco-friendly.

As the season gets cooler, adding a scarf and cardigan to this dress means I can keep wearing it long into November.

Come peek at my eco-friendly fall 2016 capsule wardrobe. It is full of sustainably made pieces that are practical for a stay-at-home mom who still wants to look fashionable.
Shirt: White House Black Market previously owned
Black Jeggings: previously owned
Green Utility Vest

This outfit has two pieces I’ve owned and worn for years: a classic white button-up and black jeggings. The most eco-friendly thing you can do for your capsule wardrobe is to shop your own closet!

I’m loving this green utility vest I purchased as a layering piece. The olive color just screams FALL to me. Plus, it fits into my search for eco-friendly pieces since it is made from Tencel.

Come peek at my eco-friendly fall 2016 capsule wardrobe. It is full of sustainably made pieces that are practical for a stay-at-home mom who still wants to look fashionable.

These 3 outfits feature a J.Crew Plaid Shirt found on Thred-Up

LEFT: If you search for J.Crew on Thred-Up, you will be amazed at the selection. This plaid shirt was exactly what I was looking for and it was new with tags! I paired it with dark wash skinny jeans (White House Black Market previously owned) and leopard print flats. I think this particular combination sums up my personal style. Classic. Not a lot of risks.

CENTER: I bought these Toad&Co. Sisko Slim Pants in olive to be worn as one of my 4 pairs of pants I currently have in my capsule wardrobe. (I’m hoping for just one more pair but haven’t had the energy to jeans shop!) The Sisko Slim Pants are 98% organic cotton with 2% spandex and they might be some of the most comfortable pants I’ve ever worn. Bonus: I only paid $26 for them!!! Y’all need to investigate them for yourselves.

I love the look of the olive pants with brown boots, plaid shirt and a navy sweater. I think I’ve had that navy sweater for about a decade. It’s made by Gap.

RIGHT: My new mustard cardigan goes with so many of the pieces in my capsule! I think it looks smashing over my new plaid shirt.

When I put together my Spring Capsule I realized I didn’t have enough skirts. I didn’t think I wore skirts very often, but it turns out I have more occasions for skirts than I imagined. This one is by Toad&Co and was purchased at a local store using a gift card I had received as a birthday gift.

Come peek at my eco-friendly fall 2016 capsule wardrobe. It is full of sustainably made pieces that are practical for a stay-at-home mom who still wants to look fashionable.
Black T-Shirt: H&M Conscious Label
Black Corduroy Skirt: Athleta (previously owned)
Blue Studio Wrap: Athleta

H&M has come out with a “conscious line” of clothing made from organic cotton and the prices are fantastic! I bought several long sleeved t-shirts to be worn as layering pieces priced at only $12.99 each.

The black skirt is from Athleta and was purchased a few years ago.

The blue studio wrap is also from Athleta. I really wanted “warm and cozy” which is how this wrap made it’s way into my fall wardrobe. I’m happy to report it’s made from Lyocell. The closed-loop manufacturing process make lyocell the most eco-friendly of the regenerative fibers.

Come peek at my eco-friendly fall 2016 capsule wardrobe. It is full of sustainably made pieces that are practical for a stay-at-home mom who still wants to look fashionable.
These 3 looks feature the Toad&Co Rosalinda Jersey Knit Dress

LEFT: This dress is yet another Toad&Co. find. Made from organic cotton and Tencel, it’s like the long sleeved version of the blue/grey dress above. I think it looks great alone. Although, looking at the pictures, it really needs ironing! HA!

CENTER: For look number 2, I added a jeans jacket and a pair of brown boots. I already owned the jeans jacket but I think they still sell it at Old Navy.

RIGHT: I think every wardrobe needs one of these long Kennewick Wraps from Athleta. I said I wanted “warm and cozy” and this sweater delivers! It is pricey but I plan to wear it for years. Paired with black riding boots and pearls, this simple organic cotton Rosalinda dress can now be worn for a night out on the town.

Come peek at my eco-friendly fall 2016 capsule wardrobe. It is full of sustainably made pieces that are practical for a stay-at-home mom who still wants to look fashionable.
White Sweatshirt: Athleta
Blue Capris: Athleta

I picked up both of these pieces during the Athleta summer clearance sale. (If you are on my mailing list, I let you know it was happening.) Here’s the deal: I knew my wardrobe needed at least one uber comfy sweats-type outfit. I spend a lot of time sitting on bleachers watching volleyball. I also like to be comfortable on weekends when we are staying at home. So I included these two pieces.

The Studio CYA Sweatshirt in white was on sale over the summer AND IS STILL ON SALE. They also have new colors for the fall at Athleta. I’m sure my white sweatshirt will be filthy and stained soon. But at 50% off, I was willing to buy it in white.

Come peek at my eco-friendly fall 2016 capsule wardrobe. It is full of sustainably made pieces that are practical for a stay-at-home mom who still wants to look fashionable.
These three looks feature the Marley T-Shirt by Toad&Co.

RIGHT: Can you go wrong with a t-shirt and jeans? I love this simple shirt. I’m tall, and it is plenty long, which is hard to find. The fabric is yummy. The styling can be dressed up or down. Here I’ve just paired it with skinny jeans and my Vans. This is every day dressing for me.

CENTER: All I did for this outfit was add a blanket scarf and a pair of heels. I think it completely transforms this shirt!

RIGHT: Yet another Toad&Co find, I added this quilted puffer vest to my capsule. The last vest I bought was a Hannah Anderssen that matched a vest I bought for my daughter….who is now in college. It was time for a new vest! Paired with pearls and boots, this is another outfit I feel is dressy enough for a night on the town.

This is not every piece in my capsule wardrobe. I’d like one more pair of jeans so I’ll have 5 pairs of pants total. I got kinda tired of taking pictures of myself, so I didn’t take one in the smashing Kate Spade little black dress I bought off Thred-Up that was new with tags and didn’t cost a fortune! I’m also still trying to decide if some of the pieces I already had in my wardrobe can be worked into my capsule.

So while this Fall 2016 Capsule Wardrobe still needs a bit of tweaking, I hope I gave you a good idea of how a capsule is supposed to work.

What do you think?

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What to Watch on Netflix: Free Printable

Ready for your next binge? Here’s a free printable of what to watch on Netflix!

What to Watch on Netflix A Free Printable Guide of the Top 50 Most Recommended Netflix Shows

Wondering what to watch next on Netflix? I’ve compiled the ultimate list of binge-worthy Netflix shows.

How did I come up with these 50 shows?

Facebook.

I’m in several different Facebook groups, and about once a month I’ll see a post where someone asks, “What should I watch next on Netflix?”

These are the 50 shows that get mentioned every single time. Every. Single. Time.

Just because they mention these top 50 shows doesn’t mean my list is complete.

Sure, you’d think with 50 shows I’d have covered it all. Except, you may have a gem or two that this list may have missed. So this printable has room to write them in.

This list is meant to be shared. Co-workers, moms-to-be on bedrest, your bestie that finally sprung for a Netflix subscription, college students home for the summer…. all the people need this list.

So print it. Then write in your own suggestions and share it.

What should you watch next on Netflix?

Download your What to Watch on Netflix Free Printable.


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Graduation Gift Idea: Study Session Survival Kit

Graduation gift idea: Study Session Survival Kit

Graduation Gift Idea for a Study Session Survival Kit

I’m in the middle of another graduation season! It’s so fun to watch kids I’ve known since they were in preschool walk across the stage to get their diploma.

As part of graduation season, we get invited to A LOT of celebrations.

I want to honor these kids, but I also need to maintain a budget.

For the girls we don’t know as well, or haven’t had a close personal relationship, I’m giving them these graduation gifts once again.

Since I now have a kiddo in college, I asked her what she actually used at school.

She told me one of the most useful things she brought to college was her Quirky Power Strip. She said it was awesome for late night study sessions when everyone needed a place to plug in their laptops.

Honestly? Giving just a power strip seemed kinda lame. It just doesn’t scream of a celebration. But tucking it into a Study Session Survival Kit seemed like something fun that I would like to get!

graduation gift idea for a study session survival kit

IDEAS FOR A STUDY SESSION SURVIVAL KIT:

  • Quirky Power Strip
  • Snacks (I let the girls pick. They wanted a salty and a sweet. We went with popcorn and fruit strips.)
  • Gum
  • Caffeinated Beverages
  • Something Fun – We went with a beach ball
  • Optional: A gift card for a local delivery place like a Jimmy John’s or a pizza place.

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I packed everything up in a tub that they could also use in their dorm room.

I chose to add a chalkboard label to the lid of my gift. I wrote “Late Night Study Session” on the label.

How to put together a study session survival kit for a graduation gift

Since it is a chalkboard label, they can erase my message and use it to label whatever they chose to store in it.

Suggestions for a graduation gift idea. Pack up a late night study session survival kit.

What else would you include in a Study Session Survival Kit?

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