Get Well Monkey
When life beats you up, it’s nice to have a friend to commiserate with. If he’s a soft, adorable monkey, then all the better. And this one will never freak out and attack you, or do any of the gross things you see monkeys doing at the zoo. Momo is just here to show you that no matter what you’ve had to deal with, he’s got it worse. It always feels better to feel bad together.
You and everyone you know can send messages of health and wellness nicely packaged in your choice of custom-made boxes. Flatterbox (a box full of compliments) is a wonderful way to tell them all the good things their friends think about them, and is the perfect way to pick them up when they are down.
We all have the urge to make chicken soup for a sick loved one, but that’s hard to do if you live hundreds or thousands of miles away. Enter the Spoonful of Comfort. They will deliver a basket containing gourmet soup, bread, cookies, a personalized note, and even a ladle. It’s the next best thing to doing yourself.
Zen gardens were created hundreds of years ago to promote tranquility and help with meditation. But not everyone has the space, the patience, or the design acumen to pull off a real Zen garden without making it look like a 7th grade art project. So sometimes it’s best to keep it simple (how Zen, don’t you think?). This mini white sand garden comes with rocks and fake birds that can be arranged in whatever shape the owner pleases, along with two miniature rakes and a tiny broom to create patterns in the sand. Fits right on a desktop or coffee table to provide that little dose of meditative bliss.
It’s nice to have the option to get an endless massage from somebody whose hands never get tired. And you don’t have to worry about being a captive audience to some godawful boring story or suffer through ten minutes of vomit-inducing garlic breath. Machines do it better.
This may sound like a recklessly bold claim, but we have the studies to prove it. We took all the blankets in the world and rubbed them up against a very soft person, then listened to how much they cried. This one elicited a mere whisper.
They say laughter is the best medicine, and Netflix is crammed full of comedies to help someone in recovery get well faster. But if they would rather watch torture movies and slasher films with people getting disemboweled and whatnot, they’ve got that too. Whatever makes them feel better.
Good vibes are the secret medicine of the Universe. Anyone who is ailing needs as much of it as they can get, and here is a whole month’s dose in the form of 31 individually-wrapped miniature notes full of caring and encouragement. Show someone you care about that no matter what they’re recovering from, they’re not in it alone. This is the kind of medicine that goes down easy, with only one side effect - happiness. Choose from ready-made sets with messages already included, blank cards that you can fill in yourself, or Kindnotes will custom print your personalized set and jar.
The ultimate in lounging-around-the-house comfort, this product won the 2017 Red Dot Award. In case you don’t know, the Red Dot Award is the world’s premier award for outstanding design. So wrapping yourself in one of these cozy gems is not just a way to stay warm; you’re actually swaddling yourself in internationally-recognized greatness. For anybody who’s on the mend, this might be just what the doctor ordered. Help someone stay on the cutting edge of comfort.