Revel in giving and receiving with these hot holiday trends.

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens,

Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens,

Brown paper packages tied up with string,

These are a few of my favorite things.

This is a wonderful time of year. Friends and family draw near and people take a little extra care to be nice. As you seek the perfect items for everyone in your life, from loved ones to business partners consider the latest holiday trends to make the season unforgettable.

Here’s a look at what’s hot this year:

For the creative mind

Coloring books for grownups are still a hot trend. A fun and relaxing way to cultivate creativity, they help reduce stress and increase overall well-being.

For the person who loses everything

Technology is a wonderful thing. Key finders make finding misplaced keys as easy as pressing a button on your phone.

For the exercise nut

Help the fitness buffs in your world get a head start on burning off their holiday overindulgences with headphones that keep the beat rocking to keep their legs pumping.  Help them track their progress with a Fitbit or fitness tracker.  A flavor-infusing bottle is another option that makes staying hydrated easy by adding delicious flavor to your water.

For the homemaker

Add a touch of comfort anywhere with essential oil candles. Their soothing scent makes every room more inviting.

For the snack lover

Sweet or savory? It’s one of life’s hardest decisions. Give the best of both with a potato chip gift crate or a selection of cookies.

For the fashionista

Puffer vests are a hot, on-trend look that’s both versatile and comfortable. Equally at home in the office or at a soccer game, these comfy pieces of outerwear are sure to be a hit.

For the traveler

It’s not easy to always be on the go. Make it a little easier with hot travel products like cable storage pouches or power cables disguised as decorative tassels.

For the person who has everything

A nice mug is always a useful gift. Whether it’s meant for coffee or tea, or smoothies and cereal, they’re a practical gift that is sure to be appreciated.

For the chocoholic

Nothing beats soft, gooey chocolate chip cookies with a mug of hot cocoa on a blustery winter’s day. Food treats are meant to be shared and are a great way to say “I appreciate you.”