We all know that Santa makes a list and checks it twice. I think the reason he does that is so he doesn’t accidentally forget anybody who should get gifts.
Even Santa, the guy who is in charge of a billion-something households worldwide is prone to forgetfulness. I try to take my holiday cues from him and make gift lists, too. But every year, there are deserving people who accidentally slip my mind. People like babysitters, teachers, and even my favorite barista.
I want to get all of them a little something for the holidays. A convenient one stop shop for small gifts is Walgreens. I think they have a great selection of gift ideas for under $25. Last minute gift ideas can still be thoughtful. Take a look at these awesome grab and go gift ideas available at Walgreens.
For the Kids Teachers
Teachers spend their days in class with our kids. Give them quick and convenient access to their java and hot tea with a set of 2 Contigo travel mugs ($24.99 in store at Walgreens.) One for the car, one for the classroom.
For the Dog Walker/Dog Sitter
She works hard to keep our furry friends happy – and she deserves some pampering herself. Give her an AVEENO Beautiful Skin Gift Set ($10 at Walgreens.)
For the Delivery and Mail Carriers
Gift cards are a nice fit for everyone – even people you may not know very well like mail carriers and delivery people. Pick from an assortment of gift cards at Walgreens, values start at $10.
For the Body Burn Bootcamp Instructor
She gives you the push you need to transform your body so you feel and look better. Get her the latest in trendy beauty with this super cool Nonie Creme Colour Prevails Watercolour Wet/Dry eyeshadow palette ($19, Walgreens.)
For the Doorman
He politely opens doors and he’s always got a smile on his face. That definitely shouldn’t go unnoticed. Slip him a box of Ferrero Rocher chocolates ($9.99, Walgreens) along with a bit of cash if you can.
What are your favorite small gift ideas? Forget someone on your list? Shop Walgreens for convenient gift ideas for everyone.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Walgreens. The opinions and text are all mine.