Gift Guide: For the Men in Your Life (Under $50)

Gift guide for men under $50

Are you struggling to find affordable gifts for all of the men in your life? SAME.

To combat that, I went searching for all of the best deals I could find for men, all under $50, to help you find gifts for all of the men in your life whether it’s your husband, boyfriend, brother, dad..whoever. These gifts are sure to be a hit with everyone AND not break the bank while you’re at it!

To aid in ideas, my best tip is to try and think of a hobby he enjoys. Does he cook or grill? Maybe a fun apron or some new grill utensils will make him happy. Is he obsessive over his car? Get him a few things to help keep it clean. Is he a sports fan? There are TONS of things with sports logos all over them to help him support his favorite team in a variety of ways.

If they play sports, see if there’s something they’re needing. If they like to read, grab them the newest book by their favorite author/in there favorite genre.

If he has an office/desk at work, getting something to add to it might be nice. Desk ornaments, organizers, name plates. Men don’t typically like to over-decorate, so be cautious with this one!

My favorite thing I ever got for my desk was a coffee warmer. Sometimes you forget about your coffee and by the time you remember, it’s cold! This helped me a ton, and you can set your own temperature if you life things extra hot.

For someone really close to you, consider getting a personalized gift. Etsy has a TON of options to personalize things and most of them are super affordable! I think personalized gifts are the best ones because they feel more meaningful.

If you need any other gift ideas, check out my other gift guides for the season 🙂

Happy Shopping!

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We don’t need to overthink things so much. It just causes unnecessary stress. I do like to plan ahead because it saves me time, but I also should have realized sooner that the dress I was trying to make work just wasn’t working. Even though I love that dress, it doesn’t flatter me how I want it to and it might be time to let it go. Don’t be afraid to let go of things that don’t give you exactly what you need. You don’t have to settle, something else will always come along. Or you probably already have something else in your closet (or life, this isn’t limited to clothes!) that’s even better than what you’re trying to make work!
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  • “There is beauty in simplicity”
My simple wardrobe makes me so happy and I love the seemingly endless possibilities I have with it. Having a love of neutrals really works well for me with this! 
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By removing the things and people that don’t make me happy, I have more time and energy for the things that do that I used to put off and not prioritize like I should have. We spend so much of our lives being “busy”. But what are we busy with? Most of it is actually unimportant when you break it down. .

I say no to things much more now and that allows me to spend more of my time relaxing and enjoying life. I used to constantly feel rushed or like I should be doing something. If I wasn’t moving, I felt like I was wasting my time. But the truth is, resting and just being home with Jake and the boys is my happy place. It brings me so much joy, so that’s what my priority is. .

Having more time to just BE has been amazing. Being more picky in my relationships has helped me really value the ones I hold most dear and has brought me to an amazing new job because I wasn’t willing to settle for anything less. Respect yourself and your time and prioritize the things that matter most to you. Life’s too short to live any other way.
  • “When you love what you have, you have everything you need.” So many wonderful things have happened since I simplified my life. Changing my outlook on life wasn’t really intentional, but I’m so thankful it happened when it did. I was kind of at a breaking point. Fed up with where I was and how things were going with my old job. Struggling with depression and comparison. I knew something had to change but I had no idea what. Simplicity was that thing. .
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Now, I spend way less time on social media. I deleted Facebook off my phone and haven’t  looked at it in weeks. I’m much happier without it. I read a lot more. I’m getting much better at ignoring the impulse to pick up my phone and when I am on it, to compare my life to the perfect pictures people post. I even cut a few inches off my hair! 💇🏻‍♀️ I want things as easy as they can be right now. It takes a lot of stress out of my life. Try to go a whole weekend without social media and see how awesome it feels!

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