You can find the most fun and creative Christmas gifts for your co-workers in this article below. Check out this list and enjoy!
10. Ceramic Mug ($13.97)
If your co-worker friend is a cat lady or cat man, there is a huge chance that this might just be the motto of their life. Ideal for coffee, tea, cookies, wine or even storing pens and pencils.
9. Jaybee’s Nuts Gift Tray ($19.99)
This economical gift tray is laden with excellent quality of deliciously roasted nuts including, smoked almonds, pecans, cashews and tasty toffee peanuts. Wonderfully suited for all occasions including Christmas.
“Well displayed – useful to know if you will be sending this as a gift. Outer box, with a round plastic tub inside. The nuts are all delicious and tasted fresh. There wasn’t too much crumbling from the shipping – the nuts stayed pretty well intact. I’m uploading photos so you can see the size of a US dollar bill. Hopefully, this gives you a sense of how many nuts you will receive in the package. I was happy with this tray’s size when it arrived. I’ve ordered other nut gifts that looked large by the pictures and came to a lot smaller. This one by Jaybee’s was a good size. Lots of nuts.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
8. Dammit Doll ($31.60)
This is a pack of three, beautifully patterned dolls with cotton fibre exterior and polyester fibre stuffing. They are 12 inches tall. For those days when nothing goes right, and you want to hit the wall, the Dammit Doll is always on call.
“I saw these after a friend received one as a gift and I knew about ten girlfriends who could use one. Looking so close to Christmas a lot were out of stock and couldn’t guarantee delivery before Xmas. So I went with the “random assortment” of 3 dolls for $39.99. If you’re buying 3, it saves you about $5-7 than purchasing individually. I ordered 2 for a total of 6. They’re all different- no duplicates and some are patterns I hadn’t seen listed! Beautiful fabrics in bright colours and I just can’t wait to give them to my friends this holiday!” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
7. 30 & 5 Minute Gravity Hourglasses ($24.90)
This is an elegant time management desk accessory for yourself and your co-workers. The bigger hourglass depicts 30-minutes time which indicates “work” while; the smaller hourglass runs for 5 minutes which means “relax”. These hourglasses have flat bases that make them stable to sit on a desk. Offers a sleek and modern look.
“Procrastination, my most feared enemy!! Procrastination has always been a huge problem for me; I have spent entire days googling historical figures, reading their wiki for hours and checking out people on Facebook. The product works fairly simply, alternating between a black sand timer to “work” and a white sand timer to “relax”.
I have been only using it for a couple of weeks, but I have seen an improvement in my productivity. I guess I will always procrastinate, but it helps in doing so much less.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
6. Desk Vacuum ($19.09)
This little desk vacuum works ideally for cleaning dust, bits of food, pencil shavings, etc.
“This is a great little desktop vacuum. It was very easy to put together. It has two attachments.It is durable. It picks up small things such as crumbs, pencil shavings and dust. It is bigger than it looks. I would recommend this vacuum to anyone.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
5. Knock Knock Nifty Note Pad ($16.99)
These are 50 sheets of funny notepads that make your point along with humour. Also, a much easier way of telling someone something in your office.
“I needed an inexpensive gift for an office gift exchange, and this was perfect. The coworker that received this thought it was fun and uses the notes in fun situations! Since ordering this, I’ve looked into all the knock-knock notes/items offered.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
4. Productivity Planner ($24.95)
Stay focused. Beat procrastination. Stay clear of distractions. Rate your productivity at the end of each day and become more productive day by day with this guy. You can stay on top of your weekly goals and review what happened each week. Everything is non-dated, so you do not waste pages like most planners.
“Awesome! It is even way better than excepted. I use already your 5 minutes Journal since 18 months which is also awesome. Your Productivity Planner brings me, even more, motivation and a super efficient help to focus only on the critical task which will make my day. And it works 🙂 All the text and explanation for the “how” and “why” at the beginning of the guide bring tremendous value to it.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
3. Flexible Thumb Smartphone Stand Holder ($6.99)
This is an adorable thumbs-up cell phone holder and can hold the device with an approximate span from 3 1/2 inch to 8 inches. It is built with high-grade, recyclable TPU plastics and is adjustable to support both horizontal and vertical viewing.
“The best and most awesome cell phone holder I have ever seen or purchased! There is two way that this adorable cell phone holder can hold your phone either between the two hands — or laying down in the circle behind the hands giving the okay sign. Incredibly well made, and so adorable and cute looking! I love mine so much that I carry it from room to room with me because it protects my phone! I highly recommend this product! It’s a 10 star * if I could give it that!” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
2. The Obstacle Is the Way By Ryan Holiday ($14.85)
The book draws its inspiration from Stoicism, the ancient Greek philosophy of enduring pain or adversity with perseverance and resilience. Stoics focus on the things they can control, let go of everything else, and turn every new obstacle into an opportunity to get better, stronger and tougher.
“This book delivers where so many do not. There is no fluff here. What you will find is strength and fuel for life’s difficulties. Enjoy!” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
1. The 48 Laws of Power By Robert Greene ($13.65)
Amoral, cunning, ruthless, and instructive, The 48 Laws of Power is the definitive manual for anyone interested in gaining, observing, or defending against ultimate control.
“I have read the many reviews that criticise the 48 Laws as “Not Practical”, “Dangerous” and “Shameless”. What planet are you people from. I went to night school to get a college degree, I have followed my fathers advised and worked an honest days labour. I came in early and stayed late to get the job done. I have received great reviews and many promises of money and promotion. All for little. I noticed my peers, who were not as dedicated as I by their admission, careers were moving along at the same pace as mine or faster. When I had enough, I began to talk to managers that I trusted and employees who have had success in career advancement. Guess what, their comments and advice were very similar to many of the laws in this book. This book is very “Practical” and, while I admit, practising many of these laws would be “Dangerous” and “Shameless” to ignore that they are present in our everyday lives delusional. It does not matter if you want to play the game or not, you are in it. You don’t have to take a sword with you but for heaven’s sake at lest wear some armour. This book is that armour, to understand the 48 laws allows you to see the opportunity/danger before it is too late. NO, I WILL NOT HURT PEOPLE FOR GAIN, but I will no longer be used if I can help it.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
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