One of the best perks of the Internet, in my opinion, is online shopping. It makes it so much easier to send gifts and packages to those we love, especially if they’re not nearby. While I love online shopping and do the majority of my shopping there, I also love supporting smaller family businesses. If you’ve got some birthdays or special celebrations coming up, and you’re looking for creative gifts you can send to your loved ones, keep reading to see my top 3 gifts you can send to someone you love:

1. Juice Cleanse
If you know someone is trying to put their health first this year, one of the ways you can support them is by sending a juice cleanse. It’s a thoughtful gift that will provide them with the best gift of all – their health. There are plenty of times when a supply of fresh juice would be a thoughtful gift. Some examples include when someone’s just had a baby and might not have the time to take proper care of themselves, recovering from a surgery, or when someone is isolating with Covid and isn’t able to go out and purchase healthy food for themselves. Sending a juice cleanse or box of freshly pressed juice is a great way to say “I care!” to someone you love. You can learn more about what freshly pressed juice options are available.

2. Subscription Box
I love sending subscription boxes because they’re the gift that keeps coming! You just choose a company or brand that you think your recipient will love, and choose how often you’d like to send the box and how many boxes to send. You can even choose to just send a one off box if your budget is a little more modest. If you’re shopping for a tween or teen girl that’s in that ‘difficult to buy for’ stage, then you can’t go wrong with a Sparty Girl subscription box. They have a variety of options available to suit every age and budget, so I’m sure you’ll find something you love.

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3. Restaurant Voucher
I personally love going out to eat, and I don’t know anyone who doesn’t. If you’d rather give experiences rather than things, why not send a thoughtful restaurant or cafe voucher. It can be a great way to encourage your loved one out of the house, to get them to try somewhere new, and to give them a little pampering. I always suggest checking out the menu of the restaurant you’re looking to gift and ideally gifting enough for two drinks, two mains and a dessert (or two)! This is also a great way to support local businesses that have struggled due to the pandemic and the onslaught of lockdowns.

Shopping for your loved ones should be a fun and easy process, but if you find yourself stuck or overwhelmed, hopefully these tips help you choose something!