From stocking stuffers to suitcase lovers, we found the best gifts that every traveler wants and every budget approves. Whether your loved one is on a quest to travel more, spend less, or merely live a healthier lifestyle, these five gifts are sure to align with their 2018 resolutions.
Hydration: que Bottle, $29.95
Drinking more water is a fantastic resolution. It’s simple and painless with major payoff—better skin, sharper wit, the list goes on and on. Our solution for staying hydrated on the go? The que Bottle—a collapsible silicone water bottle. It’s lightweight, durable and dishwasher-safe! We predict this will be the hottest bot of 2018—which means it’s the best gift to give for Christmas 2017.
Optimism: Sam Edelman Sunglasses, $41.99
Ever feel like the future is just too bright? Good. Take on 2018 with these retro-inspired shades. The tortoiseshell rim compliments any outfit and every skin tone. Plus, they’re foldable, durable, and ready for an adventure.Going places: Key Fob with Charging Cable, $23.99
This stylish keychain solves two problems: finding your keys and charging your phone. Need I say more? It’s subtle yet absolutely genius AND it’s only $23.99.
Slim Down: eBags Packable Super Light Backpack, $14.99
This feather-light bag packs more than you would think! It’s compressible, stain and water resistant, and while only three ounces it’s remarkably strong. Available in three colors!
Sleep More: Samsonite Microbead Eye Mask, $13.99
While the positive effects of snoozing are infinite, it’s often hard to catch quality shut-eye—especially when one the road. Get the traveler in your life (or yourself) a sleep mask and neck pillow! We love this mask in particular because the hundreds of microbeads mold perfectly to your face to keep your eyelids closed, and it comes with earbuds.
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Annie’s based in Los Angeles but hails from Portland, Oregon. Sort of. She moved to six states by the time she reached middle school, and continues to move around the US and abroad – call her a nomad, but she prefers “Location ADHD.” After studying abroad in New Zealand, Annie circled the globe, graduated from USC, and circled the world once again. For one year she lived out of a backpack everywhere from The Philippines to Nepal to Slovenia to Norway. She’s a curry connoisseur and passionate explorer, taking the road less traveled, the “trail” covered in vines and swarmed in exotic bugs. Foreign lands feel like home, and Annie loves encouraging more and more people to utilize their passports and experience a new culture.