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Welcome to our 2018 Holiday Gift Guide for Her

We have compiled a list of gifts for everyone in the house including mom, dad, the kiddos and even cats and dogs. There’s something for everyone!

This gift guide is just for you and ya girls.  It's full of motivational items and just the perfect amount of luxury and snark sure to make you, your gal pals and your wallet smile.

Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis

A friend gifted me with this book this Summer and it is one of my favorite reads so far this year.  Inspirational and sure to put a smile in your heart.

Keeping Up With the Johnsons: Bow's Guide to Black-ish Parenting 
by Rainbow Johnson
Dre and Bow keep us laughing on the tv series "black-ish" and this guide to parenting guide is full of laughs.  

Amazon Echo. Buy now for only $59.99

Bought an Amazon Echo last year and I love it.  I use it mainly in the kitchen.  The Echo is perfect for recipe conversions and it's hands-free.  I just say "Alexa, how many tablespoons in a 1/2 cup" or "Alexa, read the recipe for..." 

Rituals of Dao Calming Gift Set

The 4-pc. luxurious set is perfect for travel and includes
• Shower Oil, 2.5 fl. oz.
• Body Cream, 2.3 fl. oz.
• Body Scrub, 2.3 fl. oz.
• Foaming Shower Gel, 1.6 fl. oz.

Queen The Platinum Collection: Greatest Hits
Soundtracks are always a great gift for music lovers like me.  Picked up A Star is Born after seeing the movie last week and I just ordered this Queen compilation.  I love Queen.  I remember listening to "Another Bites the Dust" by Queen on my parent's record player... yes, record player.

Matching Family Pajamas

We're cruising for the holidays this year and temps in Mexico will be around 80 degrees so we'll probably leave the pj's under the tree until we return.  Soft, warm pajamas are always a great gift.

Mikasa Crystal Vase

This vase is gorgeous.  The red ribbon gives it that holiday look and it's unique.  Definitely a conversation starter.

Hemp Bathrobe
Saw this in one of the brochures from a recent vacation and told Hubby I wanted one.  The all natural, breathable fibers make this robe perfect to wear all year long from pool to shower, beach and more.

Noise Canceling Headphones
A recent flight without my noise canceling headphones gave me a sincere appreciation for my noise canceling headphones.  I will NEVER fly without them.  They really are a travel must.

Fitz and Floyd Wine Glasses
Aren't these the cutest stemless wine glasses? I love the haystack design.

Drink More Water 1 Gallon Motivational Fitness Water Bottle
You know that one friend who does not drink enough water? *raises hand* Well, I'm her.  This water bottle is the perfect reminder to keep sipping throughout the day.

What are some of your favorite items on this list?  


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