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2020 has been a TIME, hasn’t it? Millions of people became remote workers overnight in March – setting up their home offices in spare bedrooms or taking over the kitchen table!
So, while folks have all gotten set up with a new wardrobe featuring a LOT of plus size loungewear and lap desks or standing desks – there are still a number of helpful items that can make working remotely easier!
In this gift guide, we’ve shared 9 different gifts for the business professional who finds themselves working remotely this winter and options to make their life a bit easier and brighter!
A Few Gift ideas for those Remote Workers Trying to Find Their Grove
We’ve been on more Zoom, WebEx and Google Meets in 2020 than ever before! The lighting isn’t always great, and we know that how one presents oneself in business matters. For this reason, we recommend snagging a ring light to instantly boost the professionalism of one’s calls.
Getting a plant as a gift can be very stressful, as not everyone has a green thumb! That said, everyone loves gorgeous blooms. We love this faux bouquet from Wayfair, that adds a bit of sophistication to one’s workspace!
Okay, so normally we wouldn’t advise getting someone a vacuum for Christmas. But, the roomba is such a delightful and helpful tool, that we have to recommend it! Even better if the person receiving it has a cat or a dog – the reaction videos of these furry friends is usually pretty funny!
The Knack Pack is designed to replace the need for multiple bags, easily going from a professional laptop backpack to a weekend bag that holds 2-3 changes of clothes. We love that the Knack Pack is so flexible, and easily fits in in professional settings and when running errands (or moving your home office setup from room to room)!
This is a great gift for the person who is organizing remote office happy hours! This aperitif is ready to be poured from the bottle, or the recipient can put on their mixologist hat. Bonus: This brand is run by a woman, and is based in California!