A water bottle that combines fashion with function. Swell’s designs are minimalist, sustainable, and perfect for any occasion. My favorite colors, Moonstone and Aquamarine, are from the Stone collection.
For those looking to accomplish their fitness goals, Aaptiv may make the perfect gift. Aaptiv is a personal training app that offers 30+ classes every week. It’s a great way to make sure that your workout fits your lifestyle, whether you workout at home, go to the gym, or are always on the go. They are currently having a New Year’s sale that let’s you save 45%.
Workouts are always more fun when you look good. Olympia Activewear is one of my all time favorite activewear brands. The brand’s premium sportswear styles includes custom elastics, versatile cotton basics, and silk lounge pieces. Some of my favorite Olympia styles include the Sia Bra, Knox Bra, Alma Full Legging, and Sydney Tee.
Developed by fascia and alignment expert Lauren Roxburgh, these foam rollers are designed to elongate muscles, tone the body, and provide regenerative massage. A great tool to gift any health expert on your list.
The Food Lab is a cookbook that focuses on the science behind beloved American dishes, exploring the interactions between the heat, energy, and molecules that create great food. For those interested in the science behind nutrition. Also, it’s my mom’s favorite cookbook, so it must be good!
Another one of my favorite activewear brands, Outdoor Voices offers outfit sets including the Original Set, the Starter Pack, and the Cozy Set. The Original Set lets you pick a matching top and bottom for the fashionable and fit people on your list. P.S. Outdoor Voices also has a guys section.
Pretty much anything from Patagonia is a safe bet when you’re buying for an outdoorsy person. Their Synchillas and Snap-T pullovers are some of their most classic styles. And you can be sure your money is going to a good place! Patagonia is an activist company that has done wonders for sustainability and environmental conservation (see Patagonia’s response to the House Committee on Natural Resources).