Do you have a blogger or a writer in your life? We can be a finicky lot, so I’m guessing you might sometimes find it hard to identify just the right gift for them. I’ve pulled together the perfect list of ideas to get you started. Happy shopping!
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A felt board with letters on it to help her with insta-worthy quotes and photos:
For the podcaster -or the writer who just enjoys podcasts: In case she needs a confidence boost, she can just look down at the pop sockets grip on her phone! I first spotted this old fashioned Bluetooth keyboard at the Press Hotel in Portland, Maine. And it is about the coolest thing I’ve seen. I have yet to convince my husband I need it, but am still working on that! How about a notebook to write down those ideas she gets in the middle of the night?
Maybe your blogger could use a little humility. Or maybe they have an awesome sense of humor. Either way, this “okayest blogger” mug is fun. Or how about this grammar mug for your grammar-nerd?
And I don’t want to set off debate here because in my view there is only one right answer when it comes to the Oxford comma, but here’s a mug for the gal (or guy) who is a true believer. When your blogger wants to record some notes or new ideas stat, how about this digital voice recorder: If your writer needs a coaster for his or her coffee, why not this cute ceramic typewriter coaster set for some inspiration?
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Speaking of coffee, I received this awesome stainless steel coffee mug warmer for Christmas and I LOVE it. I keep it on my desk to make sure my coffee stays warm until I’m finished with it:Every writer’s Bible is the Chicago Manual of Style. If yours doesn’t have this already, they should!
Help them de-must their writing space with an amazing candle. I love Dyptique. And Nest candles come in well-named scents like Rose Noir and Sicilian Tangerine. And there’s nothing quite as relaxing as the scent of a lavender candle.
If your writer is ready to publish stories, books, or blogs, they’ll want to build an online presence to grow a fanbase or subscribers. The best way to do this is by setting up a website. So why not give your writer the gift of a domain name and web hosting? I love Siteground for both. With plans as low as $3.95/month, they provide writers with security scans and lots of support. And Siteground works seamlessly with WordPress.
Some noise-canceling headphones for when your writer wants to work at Starbucks but also be able to tune out the noise around her:
This neat little iron sculpture is great on its own or as a bookend.
For the Jane Austen fan, this cute pouch to hold pencils, makeup, or whatever strikes her fancy.
For the blogger who is on camera regularly. Whether it’s photos for her blog or filming makeup tutorials for her YouTube channel, this ring light and tripod will hold her phone and ensure flawless lighting!
For some added inspiration on her desk, or to hold flowers, this literary vase:
So your writer can jot down ideas when they strike, whether it’s in the shower, with this waterproof notepad and pencil, or in the middle of the night, with this light up notepad. Or if your writer is hi-tech inclined, how about an erasable and reusable smart notebook they can blast notes to the cloud or an email:
Whether your writer is working on a novel or their latest blog post, this book by the great Stephen King is one of my favorites and is sure to inspire.
hese stud earrings, featuring hashtags, quotation marks, and thought bubbles, are perfect for the aspiring writer:
This library card tote bag is ideal for going to the market or bringing home her library books!
Or how about a print of the original patent for the typewriter:
I hope this has given you some great ideas for your loved ones! I’m all ears if you have other suggestions – comment below!!