Shopping for gifts comes easier for some more than others on your list. If you’re stuck on what to get your child’s teacher, your mail carrier or your babysitter, Lori Bergamotto has you covered.
The style director for Good Housekeeping magazine stopped by TODAY Friday with a variety of gift ideas, each ringing in at less than $30.
Every teacher needs a little help to start those early morning classes, and a cup of joe is usually what does the trick.
While we’re sure your child’s teacher is ultra-organized, a few extra (stylish) notebooks never hurt!
The engravings on each pencil are done by a 1960s Kingsley hot foil press in Musgrave, Tennessee, which officially makes pencils trendy again.
Every overworked teacher could use a little “me” time. These bath sets calm the mind and help get a restful sleep.
Add a modern touch to their desk with this contemporary calendar.
Help your postal worker conquer the ice and snow this winter with these shoe grippers.
Keep your postal worker’s hand warm with some holiday cheer!
Help your mail carrier enjoy the taste of French Press coffee while on the go with this dishwasher-safe travel mug, which will keep drinks hot or cold of hours.
These mini-bags are durable, portable and adorable.
While hats can mess up hair, earmuffs are always ready to keep you warm without any trouble.
Now you’ll always be able to reach your babysitter.
You might want to buy an extra set of these lotions to keep for yourself.