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Jenna Corrao, Contributing Writer

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The holiday season is coming up and people are frantically looking for gifts to get friends or family. People are typing in the search bar  “Gifts for…” and then browsing websites just for an idea, so I came up with a list of ten gifts under $50 that can be given to virtually anyone!

1. Hydro Flask ($45): A hydro flask is an easy but awesome gift for everyone. This water bottle keeps drinks cold without condensation. Not to mention it’s much sturdier than a swell. This is perfect for school, work, exercising, hiking, and much more. You can’t go wrong with this gift!

 

2. Magic Bullet ($31): Whether you’re trying to stick with your new year’s resolution and makehealthy smoothies, or you just want a quality blender to make milk shakes, this Magic Bullet can do it all! It’s so much simpler and easier to clean than a big blender, and it takes up less space.

3. Driving Gloves ($16):Winter is coming! And one of the worst feelings is putting your hands on an ice cold steering wheel. Help a friend out and get them a nice pair of driving gloves to keep their fingers from freezing!

 

 

4. Champion Hoodie ($45): Brrrr… winter is coming sooner rather than later this year and having the attire is key to staying warm with a sick sweatshirt. Champion is a quality brand that’s bound to score you points if you get this for your friend or family.

 

 

5. Bluetooth Headphones ($29): Bluetooth headphones are becoming more and more popular since airpods were released. Unfortunately, not a lot of people have $150 lying around to spend on them. This pair of SoundPEATS headphones is definitely great for those who work out and want to block out other noises. They have a really great bass and the sound is crisp. These headphones are amazing (I use them all the time) and inexpensive.

 

6. Sunrise Alarm Clock ($20):As we are getting closer to the end of first semester I find it getting increasingly harder to wake up for school. Especially because it’s so dark outside in the winter. This is the next best option waking up to the real sunrise. This alarm clock is cool because it acts like the actual sunrise and will start getting brighter 30 min before you’re due to wake up. It has six adjustable natural sounds (no more hating the song you set as your alarm). In addition to the sound options it also has seven colors with ten brightness settings. This clock can cater to anyone! The Sunrise Alarm Clock is a great gift for those who are definitely not morning people.

7. Face and Neck Massage Roller ($12): Feeling like you want to up your skincare routine? The face and neck roller will make you feel so expensive without actually breaking the bank. This roller is made to help circulate blood flow which is good for your skin. Your mom will love this because it claims to keep skin looking younger. Did I mention it’s also very relaxing?

 

 

8. Mini Projector ($47): Watching a video can be hard when you have 15 family members crowding around a dinner table. A mini projector is perfect if you want to have a cool and authentic way to blow up your video so everyone can see. Sure a tv works, but this projector can be put on any wall. All you need is a dark room. The fact that it’s portable is a plus for trips. You can watch movies/videos in your hotel room with your own services (netflix,hbo,amazon) rather than buying an overpriced movie off of the hotel’s guide. It’s also great if you want to have a groovy movie night or Youtube binge session with your friends.

9. Richie House Bathrobe ($44): ‘Tis the season for staying warm and comfy. This robe has so many color options that there is one for every member of your family! Living in cold Cleveland is the perfect excuse to get a soft and cozy robe to bundle up and watch a movie while it’s blizzarding outside.

 

10. DIY framed picture ($5-$10): Lastly, if you’re really trying to ball on a budget, then making a gift is a killer idea. A framed photo is easy even if you aren’t crafty! Print out a nice family photo (or photo of your choice) and put it in a frame that you can by for $3 at a local thrift shop. You can even spruce up the frame with gold spray paint if you’re feeling artistic. Another method I have done is to completely take out the glass and backing and then add twine. This way you can clip tiny photos on and have a really cute and aesthetic gift for your friend or family!

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