You don’t have to spend money to show someone that you’re there for them, but little gifts can mean the world to someone who’s having a difficult time. And if we’re being honest, sometimes it’s just nice to give yourself something sweet, too.
A sweet reminder for anyone who’s having a hard time, this spoon is best used when eating breakfast (or stirring coffee) before a big day!
Even if the words aren’t visible once this scarf is tied up, they’ll remember the message it carries and (hopefully) feel a little more empowered!
Each page in this book lets you fill in the blanks of a sentence about why you’re grateful for someone. You can also find variations like “Why You’re Gonna Do Great” and “What I Wish for You,” depending on the circumstance.
Send a sweet reminder that there’s no such thing as a bad day, only a challenging one!
(OK, this might not always be true, but it’s a good way to try and look at life when it keeps handing you lemons.)
These “worry stones” are basically like fidget toys for adults. They’re perfectly shaped for your thumb, encouraging the user to channel all their worries into the stone as they play with it. Plus, obsidian stone is said to cleanse negative energy and help you stay grounded.
When you just don’t have the words to tell them, give a gift that does all the talking for you.
Sometimes, we all just need a reminder that it’s OK to take it slowly. This iron-on patch for denim jackets or backpacks is a perfect way to keep that message front-and-center.
This aromatherapeutic dough is helpful for alleviating stress. It comes in six different scents, so you can choose the one you think will make them happiest.