2022 Ultimate Gift Guide for Every Type of Person in Your Life

2022 Ultimate Gift Guide for Every Type of Person in Your Life

It's that time of year again. The holidays are here, and it's time to start thinking about what to get for all your loved ones. This list is a curated collection of gifts that will make the holidays happier and more fun for you too (not just your family).


For the wine lover

Wine lovers will love the following gifts.

  • Wine racks, which allow you to display your favorite bottles without them taking up space on a countertop or floor.
  • Wine aerators, which are used to improve the taste of wine by removing oxygen from the bottle before serving it. You can also use these with water bottles and other drinks that need aeration before being consumed.
  • Wine stoppers, which seal off openings such as those found in bottles or decanters so that no air gets into them while they're sitting around unused—this prevents oxygen from reacting with trapped flavors inside! If you're thinking about giving one as part of your gift idea this year (or if you already have one), keep in mind that different kinds work better for different types of beverages; some may not work for all types at all times due to their size (e.,g., there's more surface area exposed when pushing against glass versus pushing against plastic).


For the adventure traveler

Traveling is a great way to learn about the world, explore new cultures and meet new people. It’s also an excellent way to make yourself more cultured and worldly. But traveling can be expensive, so it pays to know how you can save money on your next trip.

The first step is finding a good travel agency or website like Expedia or Kayak that provides discounted rates for travelers who book early in advance—and even then it will still cost you some money up front (and possibly more because of taxes). You might also consider joining loyalty programs like Chase Sapphire Preferred Card’s Priority Club which offers members free hotel stays at Hyatt hotels all over the world! If your budget allows for it though then taking advantage of these offers will help save tons over time when compared with paying full price upfront at each destination where accommodation is required (which often happens every few days during long trips).


For the stylish fashionista

For the stylish fashionista, there's no better way to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and styles than by shopping online. The internet is full of options—from high-end designers like Chanel and Gucci to more affordable options from brands like Forever 21—and it's easy for anyone with even an average amount of disposable income to find something that fits their style perfectly.

If you're looking for some ideas about what kind of gifts might work best for this person in your life, here are some things we think they would love:

  • A pair of sunglasses with cat eye lenses (or any other type)
  • A new handbag or wallet (if they don't already have one)


For your fitness friends

If you're looking to get your fitness friends something that will help them stay in shape and motivated, there are plenty of options.

  • Fitness trackers are a great gift for those who want to keep track of their health goals. Trackers can be used as a daily activity tracker, or as an overall guide for your friend's diet and exercise routine.
  • Sports equipment such as dumbbells and resistance bands make great presents for those who love working out at home or when they travel (or both!).
  • Kitchen gadgets that can be used for their daily serving of fruits and vegetables.


For the foodie in your life

  • A gift card to a restaurant or cooking class. If your friend or family member loves to cook, this is a great present for them. You can also get them an Amazon Prime membership if they love shopping on the site (or even just want access to free shipping).
  • A subscription to a cooking magazine. This one seems like it would go over well with most people! There are tons of options out there—I think my favorite is Cooks Illustrated because they always have great tips and tricks in their articles. And if you're looking for something more general-interest but still useful, try Bon Appetit magazine!
  • An appliance: I think every kitchen should have at least one appliance in it—a food processor, blender or juicer come immediately to mind here—so why not get someone else some space in their kitchen? There are lots of options out there too; I personally prefer coffee machines that make because those seem easier than chopping vegetables by hand...but again: whatever works best for you!


For the tech-savvy teen

If you're looking for a gift that will help your teen get the most out of their new smart speaker, we recommend a few options:

  • A new model of a smart speaker. The Amazon Echo and Google Home are both excellent products that can be used to create customized playlists, listen to news feeds, give voice commands and more. There are also many other models available on store shelves today—including ones with built-in cameras or even gaming systems (like the Robotix Duet).
  • An electronic toothbrush. Teens often have trouble seeing through plaque buildups on their teeth because they're not quite old enough yet; this could be fixed by giving them one of these electric brushes! They'll be able to brush twice as hard because it's powered by an internal battery instead of having cords hanging around all over your house like traditional manual brushing tools do when they're plugged into outlets nearby where there's no wall outlet available nearby either.


For the wonderful cook

  • A good cookbook. The best gifts are the ones that allow you to share your passion with someone else, and a new cookbook is a great way to do that. There are so many options out there—from food bloggers who have their own blogs, like Hannah Witton or Minimalist Baker; professional chefs like Michael Solomonov; or even just authors whose books have been on your radar (I'm thinking of you, Mark Bittman).
  • A nice set of knives. You'll want something that feels comfortable in your hand and cuts well without damaging the food or being too heavy for everyday use (which can be tricky). I recommend getting two sets: one for chopping vegetables into small pieces and another for slicing larger items like tomatoes or onions into fine shreds or dices as they cook down in whatever pan you're using at any given moment in time during preparation of your meal.



There are a lot of holiday gift guides out there, but this one focuses on kitchen items. It’s a good idea to plan ahead for the holidays and make sure that your friends and family members have what they need.

We hope our gift guide has helped you find a great present for any occasion. Remember, the key is to find something that’s personal to the recipient and their interests.

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