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Gift-mas Day 2 The Ladies

Let's get rolling with some awesome ideas for local gifts! Today we'll focus on the ladies in your life. Shopping locally can always be as simple as buying good from your locally owned boutiques or shops, but I always like to include ideas for locally made products as well. Below you will find suggestions for gift boxes, single gifts etc.

Self Care Package What a wonderful concept of taking a moment to care for your body, mind

and soul so that you can be the best you possible. Don't we want that for every single person in our life? Got someone on your list that could use some top quality self care? Check out some of the luxurious products made locally! Start with the basics like these bath soaks from Twin Creeks Lavender Farm, pair it with a body butter like this CBD and Honey lotion from The Garden Soapery. Top the package off with some locally crafted chocolate bars from Agape Chocolates for the perfect gift! Looking to spice up your gift even more? Gift one of the self love sets from Wild Alabaster for a beautiful curation of crystals, candles and indulgent items for the perfect at home spa day.

Still unsure of how to create the perfect self care package? Have no fear because there's a local place that does that too! Bminton creates unique gift boxes geared towards self care for women within a range of budgets as well. The perfect idea if you are looking for an individual gift or a gift for clients as well!

The Busy Mom Oh hey there, that's me! When I think of meaningful gifts, I think about 3 categories: wants, needs and necessities. Anything that can help make my life run a little smoother would fall under the need (maybe borderline necessity) category. Here are some gift ideas for that busy mom (or woman) in your life that might help make their life just a little easier. One of my favorite busy mom tricks DRY SHAMPOO! What a game changer. Thankfully, I found a locally made, clean dry shampoo from Lumi Basics that works like a charm! As an added bonus, they have a coffee under the eye serum that helps with tired eyes.

And speaking of coffee, who could go wrong with giving the gift of gourmet coffee? There are so many great roasters that have their own blends and it's an easy local gift to find in stores everywhere! We just finished a dark, strong blend from Hilton Head Island Coffee Roasters that helped with the up-all-night-with-baby tired and we have also enjoyed so many of the local Columbia roasters as well.

Staying healthy and eating well is always a challenge when you're busy, so give the gift of wellness and healthy eating! For our Columbia and Greenville friends, try a gift card to Tasty As Fit for their ready-to-blend smoothie cups or check with your local food prep service to see if you can snag a gift card for a few meals. For everyday wellness without the hassle of DIY, gift some locally made elderberry syrup.

With all of the caffeine and excitement, every busy person needs a way to wind down for the night. What better way to relax than a candle and some herbal tea. Rewined Candles are locally crafted and made from recycled wine bottles, win-win in my book! Pair these with the Relaxing Trio Gift Set from Oliver Pluff and Co tea company in Charleston for a perfect night of unwinding! You can also include any locally crafted CBD or Hemp infused bath products (mentioned above) for a complete way to relax at home.

The Fashonista For the fashionable ladies in your life consider the gift of a beautiful handcrafted wallet or purse to accessorize the perfect outfit! From the beautiful leather stylings of Nana By Sally to the fun prints of Spartina 449 handbags, there's something perfect for every fashionista on your list!

Don't forget to go down that shopping list after you read this and see who you can cross off with some items from this list. If you didn't catch the first day in the series, click here. Or if you have no idea what this local Gift-mas is all about, please head over and read the 12 Days of Gift-mas

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