This candle from Le Labo smells absolutely amazing. The palo scent is super subtle- gender neutral, natural, and clean. Le Labo prints your name directly on the label- which I think makes the candles a really special personalized gift too.
The coffee grinder I got for holiday has made the biggest difference in my coffee... Ideally I grind my beans fresh now every time I brew, but during the week, I usually grind a few days worth to save time in the morning.
I joined the oil diffusor band wagon when I noticed them everywhere over holiday. I liked the idea of having an aroma circulating the air without having a burning candle. It seemed a little safer. I ordered this diffusor off amazon by Iono Gear. It's simple, affordable, and pretty chic looking. Then I picked up an anointing oil at my local health food store. To be honest, I picked it for it's scent, but hey, I could always use some help 'letting go' as well. I also liked that the brand was called 'Kate's Magik'- it's a whole collection of intentioned based aroma therapy. Just reading about it online now- it says to NOT put the anointing oils into the diffusor.... it's intended for skin. OOPS too late for that! I don't really see why not?
This Heath piece I've had for a while now too- it was a gift from my aunt & uncle. It's a bud vase, but I usually keep it empty. I appreciate it's stand alone sculptural quality. Right now it's the centerpiece to my dining room table.