7 Budget-Friendly Gift Ideas That Your Coworker Will Love

Lovely gifts are the types of gifts that you give to a person who you do not know very well. That makes giving them a gift difficult because you need to know what they already have or if they are even looking for anything. Gifting a person in the office a nice gift will make them remember that you were thinking of them and you were thinking of that person. The act of giving a gift says “thank you,” “hello,” or “I love you.”  Giving gifts to your coworkers is like sending one considerable happy thought out into the world!

1. Hand Therapy Cream

Many office workers spend hours daily with their hands in front of a computer or mouse. Caring for those hands is essential to prevent them from looking wrinkly and older. Using hand therapy cream can help with dryness, keeping your hands looking healthy and young.

2. Green Tea

Green tea is an excellent drink for many reasons. It can help your body fight against free radicals, reduce the risk of heart disease, and improve cholesterol; it has even been shown to fight against cancer. To make it a more personal gift, pick out an excellent loose green tea and give it in a unique colored tin.

3. Handmade Copper Coasters

These coasters are crafted with a soft copper material. It can protect the desktop or tables while providing a rustic decoration that your coworker will appreciate. They are easy to make and make the perfect gift since they can be found for around $5 to $20.

4. A Pack of Handmade Soaps

Soap is something that almost everyone uses, but only a few people take the time to make soap. That’s why handmade soap is such a thoughtful gift idea and one that your coworker will remember you by when it’s used up.

5. A Personalized Mug

Mugs are a simple gift that almost everyone can use, yet only a few people go out of their way to acquire one. You can make one with a personalized ceramic mug shaped like any object. This gift is thoughtful and cheap enough to make several if you are short on time.

6. A Book of Crafts

Books are always an excellent present for someone who likes to learn more about various topics because they can switch issues at any point during the book without feeling overwhelmed by all the information they are trying to read. 

7. A Few of Your Favorite Holiday Flavors

Nothing says welcome to winter like a warm drink. You can give your coworker a few favorite holiday flavors, including eggnog, hot chocolate, or a unique blend of coffee. Chances are that they don’t have this fantastic flavor at their local store.

When looking for an office gift, you want to ensure that you give something you won’t forget in a drawer somewhere. These gifts help promote health while also adding personalization and affection into the mix when presenting them to others. The contributions won’t be forgotten and are used to promote a unique theme throughout your office.

Brett Sartorial

Brett is a business journalist with a focus on corporate strategy and leadership. With over 15 years of experience covering the corporate world, Brett has a reputation for being a knowledgeable, analytical and insightful journalist. He has a deep understanding of the business strategies and leadership principles that drive the world's most successful companies, and is able to explain them in a clear and compelling way. Throughout his career, Brett has interviewed some of the most influential business leaders and has covered major business events such as the World Economic Forum and the Davos. He is also a regular contributor to leading business publications and has won several awards for his work.