Whether you like it or not, it’s holiday shopping time. Heck, it was holiday shopping time before Halloween thanks to some stores.
Now, that we got Thanksgiving out of the way, reality has really hit.
If you haven’t already, it’s time to think about what you plan to get for friends and family. Sometimes it’s easier said than done.
One year I gave my coworkers cute hot chocolate mix in mason jars. The year before that I gave them mini healthy recipe books from Five Below.
Gifts don’t have to be complicated or expensive, and you can easily keep it healthy.
The products each year tend to change from time to time which is why I updated this post for 2018.
So, with that said here is a list of 10 healthy gifts under $25 for 2018, just in case you were having trouble coming up with ideas this year.
DISCLAIMER: These products and prices are current at the time of this post.
1. Healing Foods Book from NYR Organic: $19.95
I used to be a independent consultant for this company when I was a massage therapist. I loved ALL of their products then and I love all of their products now. This was one of the first books I bought from them and still continue to use it.
2. Herbal Tea Sampler from Tea Forte: $16
Herbal tea is always good to keep in the house. Tea lovers can enjoy the wonderful taste of loose herbal tea. SINGLE STEEPS easy to use, pre-portioned pouches are a convenient and simple way to prepare the perfect cup of premium loose leaf herbal tea.
3. Workout Trainer – 3 month PRO membership from Skimble: $21
I use this mobile app myself to keep from getting bored. It’s free, but you can pay for the PRO version which is only $7 a month. Choose anything from cardio to rock climbing.
4. A basketful of Dr. Bronner’s products: starts at $2.99
I am a HUUUGGGEEE Dr. Bronner’s fan. If you don’t already use these products, you are missing out! Find organic, fair trade personal care products from chapstick to soap. Fill a small basket with the travel size products and your gift will be a hit! Trust me, I did this one year and the recipients loved the gift bundles!
5. Five Below eGift Card: $20
Five Below has quite a few fitness related items that range anywhere from $1 to $5. Add some items to your home gym while sticking to a budget. See that fitness cube? I got one of those and they can help mix up your workouts when you feel them becoming dull & boring.
6. Online Cooking School Lessons for 1 Month from America’s Test Kitchen Online Cooking School: $19.95
This is the perfect gift for someone that may need a little instruction on becoming a better chef. Home cooked meals are a money and calorie saver. The recipient of this gift can learn from the test kitchen experts in an online cooking class format.
7. 1 month subscription to Headspace: $12.99
Headspace is a mobile app specifically for meditation. You can download it for free, but that only includes one level. In order to advance you would need to purchase a subscription. Quiet the mind on the go!
8. Give Me the Dirt eGift Card: $10
Give Me the Dirt is an oral care company that makes non-toxic products using ingredients like:
- Essential oils
- Bentonite clay
- Coconut oil
9. fitspiration gratitude + fitness journal (affiliate link) from fitlosophy: $16.95
the fitspiration journal by fitlosophy keeps health and wellness top-of-mind daily with inspiration + tips to live life fit. keep moving, keep nourishing, and keep sweating with this fitness-meets-gratitude 16-week journal designed to empower your mind, body, and soul. be grateful, set goals, get inspired, think positive, and reflect with this guided journal designed to inspire you daily.
10. Glass Water Bottle from Soma: $21
A sustainable water bottle with a bamboo cap that is leak-proof and made from a renewable resource. For every Soma Bottle purchased, a donation is made to charity: water, their nonprofit partner to support safe drinking water projects globally.