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Top gifts for Secret Santa

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Susanne Soroushian

The holiday season is stressful for a reason.
When it comes to juggling between holiday plans, finding gifts for everyone, and cramming for finals, finding the best Secret Santa gifts can easily slip people’s minds.
This list is compiled with a range of gifts from the most expensive to the cheapest. Some of these gifts make for amazing stocking stuffers as well.
Cotton Weighted Blanket: Weighted blankets are like warm hugs filled with soft micro beads that exert the perfect amount of weight to keep someone cozy.
To make them more personalized, the blankets come in an assortment of colors. The cotton weighted blanket is impeccable for the winter season, and will definitely make you never want to leave your bed.
You buy one for $35 at Target.
Ticketmaster gift card: Gift cards are always the safest gift to give when you don’t know a person well.
But if you really want to get creative with gift cards, getting a Ticketmaster gift card allows the recipient to have a lot more freedom about what they want to buy. Whether you’re shopping for a concert, theater, sports or music festival fan, a Ticketmaster gift card has it all covered. You can buy the gift cards on their site, with prices ranging from $25 to $200.
Moshi Digits Touchscreen Gloves: Traditional gloves don’t play nice with smartphones, and nobody wants to continuously stab their phone until they need to slip off their gloves.
The Moshi Digits Touchscreen gloves are great for phone addicts and gadget lovers, as they allow you to use your phone and type a message while also ensuring your hands stay warm during the chilly winter temperatures. Pick up a pair for $29 on Amazon.
Cuisinart Round Classic Waffle-Maker: You will never sweat when you’re in a frenzy in the morning for breakfast with this waffle maker that makes your life a whole lot easier. All you need to do is pour 1/2 cup of batter per waffle onto the griddle, and then let the batter cook for about five minutes. At Cuisinart, you can buy these for $29 online or in the store.
Sophie’s Marshmallow Slouch Socks: These plush, ribbed socks are soft, stretchy, and perfect to keep your toes toasty like the marshmallows floating on top of your hot chocolate. There are non-slip grippers on the bottom of each ultra-soft sock, so you don’t have to sacrifice safety for comfort. They cost $19 on Amazon and come in a variety of cheery colors.
These are just a few gift ideas to give someone or add to your own holiday wishlist this season.

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Mishti Ramachandra, Staff Writer
Mishti Ramachandra is a sophomore and this is her first time as the staff writer for The Californian. She definitely wants to learn more about the intriguing world of journalism and feed off her curiosity by having the wonderful opportunity to interview the amazing people here on campus. She hopes to turn her writing skills into something much more as she writes for The Californian, as she believes that everyone has a story on campus, no matter how big or small.  When she isn’t busy doing her homework, she likes to do art, get lost in the books she reads, watch true crime, beat her dad at badminton, and travel to a variety of different places. 
Senior Susanne Soroushian is an artist for The Californian. She was a freelance artist in her junior year and now she’s joined the newspaper full-time. Other than being an illustration enthusiast, she enjoys geeking out about any animated film ever made, drawing random people in her sketchbook, shooting arrows in the archery range and playing Animal Crossing for an unhealthy amount of time. 

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