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A throw pillow that doesn’t make any assumptions about what you like to chill to. (Informercials and chill, anyone?)
A Himalayan pink salt candle holder to provide a gentle light source while you unwind after a long day.
A cute tee with a word of advice from an all-too-relatable snowman.
A plush throw blanket so they can be ready for a nap attack whenever it strikes. Feel chill, not chilly.
A tiny, diamond-style cast iron kettle I just want to stare at, it’s so pretty. But beyond looks, this has an infuser for loose leaf and tea bags to meet all their tea needs.
And sticking with the magical tea theme, a calming tea blend that literally blooms into a flower when steeped — and if this isn’t the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen, I don’t know what is!
A throw pillow cover listing a few crucial components of a chill day. The other side should say, “naps, take-out, and PJs.”
A tarot card set for beginners that’ll give them a fun new hobby to pour their attention into. More hobbies in 2020!
Speaking of ~new hobbies~, a hand lettering 101 guide with detailed instructions for nine lettering styles that will teach them all the basics they need for some flawless penmanship.
A rainbow marquee light to bring some happy, zen ~electricity~ to their home decor.
A fancy lil’ essential oil diffuser and humidifier for combatting dry, flaky skin this chilly season while also creating a calming atmosphere.
And! A soothing blend of essential oils that’s basically a miracle in a bottle. Anyone who takes a whiff will instantly calm the heck down.
An enamel pin that’s as sweet and chill as a real popsicle.
A natural wax, white tea candle in a pretty tin for the ultimate night of relaxation. The tin is so stylish, they can use it for jewelry once the candle is burned through.
A book of the month club that delivers them exciting reads and fun little surprises…they should probably just cancel all your plans now.
A brass wall hook to provide their jewelry, keys, and other small accessories a place to ~chill~ on.
Crew socks with adorable woodland critters, because if they’re going to be glued to the couch all winter, you need some good socks to keep your feet oh-so toasty.
A super fluffy, faux-fur robe that — not to be dramatic — they’d would never take off; like I am pretty sure *I* would die in this.
A phone case covered in capybaras, which are universally known as the chillest animal to have ever existed.
An adult coloring book with intricate designs to get totally lost in. And as a bonus, there are tiny little garden creatures hidden on the pages just waiting to be found!
A cookbook so they can bring two things they love into one veeeery relaxing activity.
A projector that’ll make ’em abandon movie theaters forever. Going out < chill night at home surrounded by pillows, blankets, and snacks.
Or! A tablet stand that can balance on the bed so movie nights can reach peak coziness.
A macrame hammock chair guaranteed to become their favorite spot in the house for some “me time” — like…curl up with a good book “me time”.
A cute as heck monster colander because eating in and cooking up a delicious meal is better than braving the cold this winter.
A portable hammock they can easily travel with or hang in their backyard for some professional-level chilling.
A giant, memory foam bean bag they’ll want to IMMEDIATELY curl up in. Disclaimer: They just might have to fight their dogs for it.
An old-school mug that’s practically begging them to make a deluxe hot chocolate and plop themselves on the couch for a movie marathon.
A bathtub tray with compartments for all of their bath time essentials (in order of importance): wine, books, iPads, phone, snacks, and soap.
And a hilarious and accurate The Grinch sweatshirt sure to become their mandatory couch uniform — sorry, I don’t make the rules.
Here’s to helping them be the chillest they’ve ever been.