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Why is it always a struggle to figure out what to ask others for yourself for gifts? I’m sharing my Christmas wishlist this year to help inspire yours! 

Putting together your own Christmas wishlist can be hard – it’s easier to shop for other people! I’m giving you my wishlist today to add some inspiration to your own.

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My Christmas Wishlist 

1. Bombas socks

  • A few months ago I partnered with Bombas and tried out a bunch of their socks. I’ve tried lots of running socks over the years and holy cow, I’ve never tried any as good as Bombas. I didn’t even know that socks could be this soft, comfortable, stretchy, and supportive. Even after washing many times, they are as soft as day one, they have a tab on the back to keep them up, and the coolest part — they donate a pair of socks to someone in need every time a sock is purchased! As soon as I got my first set, I knew I needed more to replace all the crunchy, non-supportive socks in my closet. I immediately put them on my Christmas wishlist, and TRUST ME – you need to try them too! Some of my other favorites are linked below:

2. Pizza poking hole roller tool

  • We make homemade pizza every week, and I always poke holes in the crust with a fork to help it cook evenly and get crispy. I’ve seen pizza places with these roller tools and this nice one is under $20, so I’m hoping one shows up under the tree for me!

3. On Cloudrunner Running Shoes

  • I’ve had my ON running shoes for the past year and a half and it’s time to replace them — I know I should be replacing them more often, but they’ve held up really well all this time. I particularly love that the square toe box keeps my nails more protected…I haven’t lost a toenail in over a year, hallelujah!

4. Large tortilla press

  • Philip bought me a tortilla press for my birthday this summer and it’s amazing, but it’s for small taco sized tortillas. We make dinners that call for large tortillas most often, so having a large press would be amazing.

5. Olive oil bottle with nozzle

  • This is kind of a silly thing to put on my wishlist, but I really want an olive oil bottle with a nozzle for cooking. We buy the giant jugs of olive oil from Costco and you can’t do a drizzle with that kind of dispenser. So having a pretty bottle with a nozzle dispenser that I can keep on my counter with my salt and pepper would be amazing. I think I’d use it every single day!

6. Gold Budha girl bracelets

  • I have a set of these bracelets that I bought a year or so ago and I have LOVED them. They’re gorgeous, work with every outfit, and they’re rubber so they’re flexible and don’t make noise like a traditional bangle. I’d love a second set of gold so I can wear them on both wrists sometimes.

7. Always pan

  • I’ve heard amazing things about these Always Pans from Our Place, and have wanted to try one out for a while! It’s nontoxic, nonstick, has a pour spout, and they say it can replace 8 traditional pieces of cookware. Also it comes in the prettiest colors!

If you need more ideas, you can see last year’s Christmas wishlist!

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My Christmas Wishlist 2022

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This is one of my most popular posts every year — what I’m asking for this Christmas! I’m sharing my Christmas wishlist this year to help inspire yours. 

Putting together your own Christmas wishlist can be hard – it’s easier to shop for other people! I’m giving you my wishlist today to add some inspiration to your own.

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My Christmas Wishlist 

1. Bombas socks

  • A few months ago I partnered with Bombas and tried out a bunch of their socks. I’ve tried lots of running socks over the years and holy cow, I’ve never tried any as good as Bombas. I didn’t even know that socks could be this soft, comfortable, stretchy, and supportive. Even after washing many times, they are as soft as day one, they have a tab on the back to keep them up, and the coolest part — they donate a pair of socks to someone in need every time a sock is purchased! As soon as I got my first set, I knew I needed more to replace all the crunchy, non-supportive socks in my closet. I immediately put them on my Christmas wishlist, and TRUST ME – you need to try them too! Some of my other favorites are linked below:

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2. Pizza poking hole roller tool

  • We make homemade pizza every week, and I always poke holes in the crust with a fork to help it cook evenly and get crispy. I've seen pizza places with these roller tools and this nice one is under $20, so I'm hoping one shows up under the tree for me!

3. On Cloudrunner Running Shoes

  • I've had my ON running shoes for the past year and a half and it's time to replace them -- I know I should be replacing them more often, but they've held up really well all this time. I particularly love that the square toe box keeps my nails more protected...I haven't lost a toenail in over a year, hallelujah!

4. Large tortilla press

  • Philip bought me a tortilla press for my birthday this summer and it's amazing, but it's for small taco sized tortillas. We make dinners that call for large tortillas most often, so having a large press would be amazing.

5. Olive oil bottle with nozzle

  • This is kind of a silly thing to put on my wishlist, but I really want an olive oil bottle with a nozzle for cooking. We buy the giant jugs of olive oil from Costco and you can't do a drizzle with that kind of dispenser. So having a pretty bottle with a nozzle dispenser that I can keep on my counter with my salt and pepper would be amazing. I think I'd use it every single day!

6. Gold Budha girl bracelets

  • I have a set of these bracelets that I bought a year or so ago and I have LOVED them. They're gorgeous, work with every outfit, and they're rubber so they're flexible and don't make noise like a traditional bangle. I'd love a second set of gold so I can wear them on both wrists sometimes.

7. Always pan

  • I've heard amazing things about these Always Pans from Our Place, and have wanted to try one out for a while! It's nontoxic, nonstick, has a pour spout, and they say it can replace 8 traditional pieces of cookware. Also it comes in the prettiest colors!

8. Statement ring

  • I've been obsessed with rings this year and I just found this one and literally can't stop thinking about it. I'd wear it on my middle or pointer finger on my left hand, and love that it's a show stopper!

If you need more ideas, you can see last year's Christmas wishlist!

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