10 great holiday gift ideas for the person who hates working from home

If ever there was a year to celebrate your work-from-home survival skills, 2020 is it.

You deserve a reward for juggling personal responsibilities along with your role as a home-based business owner or remote employee, all during a pandemic.

So pat yourself on the back, then share this gift guide with your family, friends and colleagues — especially the ones who dread working from home.

1. Easy typing.

Logitech Illuminated Ultrathin Keyboard K740


2. Add some life (and light) to your desk.

Succulent Gift Box

Gift Box Love Co.

Succulent “Thinking of You” Gift Box
Price: $26.40

Working from home can get lonely, especially during a global pandemic. This succulent and candle gift is a great way to let your favorite home professional know you care.

3. A bright idea.

Mr. N – Touch LED Table Lamp by Koncept

Lamps Plus

Mr. N Touch LED Table Lamp
Price: $151.20

Poor lighting can lead to eye strain and fatigue. This accent LED lamp is both fun and functional. A simple one-finger touch to the lamp turns it on and off and dims it.

4. Keep it together.

Wooden Desk Organizer

Promi Design

Wooden Desk Organizer
Price: $43

A great way to save time searching for office supplies is to store the items used more frequently within reach. This ash wood organizer has movable compartments to keep  supplies separated and in view.

5. Power ’em up.

Power Supply 5 Port + Dual USB


Power Supply 5-Port + Dual USB
Price: $185

Not only does this multi-device charger save space, but it looks good in a home office (choose from six different colors). The durable custom-braided cord is designed to prevent kinks and offers eight feet of extension from your wall outlet.

6. Put your best face forward.

Lume Cube Video Conference Lighting Kit

Lume Cube

7. No commute? No problem.

Commuting From Home Mug

Uncommon Goods

Commuting From Home Mug
Price: $26

For some, the lack of a commute is one of the best parts of working from home. Perfect for the New York native, this mug gives a nod to a colorful subway map featuring various routes to a home office.

8. Take it day by day.

City Perpetual Calendar

MoMA Design Store

City Perpetual Calendar
Price: $45

This cityscape calendar provides an interesting way to mark each day simply by moving the car and buildings. The days of the week are displayed in four languages.

9. Coffee for a change.

Uganda Bugisu Coffee

Three Avocados

Uganda Bugisu Coffee (12 oz.)
Price: $12.99

This non-profit coffee company donates 100% of its profits to provide clean water throughout the world. Why not share a morning pick-up that tastes good and does good at the same time?

 10. Cozy up.

SLEPZON Blanket Hoodie