Holiday Gift Guide for STEM Lovers

Happy December!

I can’t believe we’re already approaching the new year! This year has been such a whirlwind and has flown by! So many changes and so busy, its hard to keep up with life sometimes!

My postdoc is going well, lots of work and learning a LOT, and I can’t believe I’ve already been there 2.5 months! I have also moved into a new apartment in the city, which has greatly reduced my commute time, and I have way more time for taking care of myself. It’s been great. Expensive, but great! More on all of that coming soon in a post!

I decided to create a Holiday Gift Guide for STEM Lovers, as I have been trying to do some Holiday Shopping for my friends and family. I have been mostly shopping on Amazon because of the excellent shipping I get with Prime. Things come fast with 2 day free shipping… which is how I am also furnishing my apartment at the moment. You can actually sign up for an Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial, which I have been a part of since 2011! Do you shop on Amazon?

I wanted to buy some gifts that are funny and science related that my friends would enjoy – as I know I love science things! These are all shoppable links! Take a look!

What are your favorite items from my picks ? Have you started your holiday shopping? What are you getting your friends?

Let me know in the comments below!

xo

Andrea

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  1. December 4, 2017 / 2:11 pm

    I am so glad that your post-doc is going well! You deserve that! I loved the suggestions of gifts you gave, science related! My favorite is the periodic table blocks, so cute! I have already bought some funny presents, cause I am an early Christmas buyer, but will note these ones down, because I liked the idea very much! Hope you have a lovely week, dear Andrea! Hugs!
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