The first suggestion is both practical and fun and retails for just $15. The golf doorstop holds open doors and lets the golf buff practice putting.
"You can hold a door open with one side. You can putt into the other. It's perfect for any Tiger Woods wannabe," said Good Housekeeping's Sara Lyle.
Cooks can satisfy both their taste buds and social consciousness with $25 aprons from Fair Winds Trading Village.
"Fair Winds Trading Village is a company that works with women in Rwanda who are raising families. They create and sew these cheery aprons and then you can purchase them in America. It's truly a gift that gives back," said Lyle.
And Good Housekeeping likes the $20 six piece brush set from Sonia Kashuk.
"It has every brush that you need for a full face of makeup. And it comes with a great clutch that not only holds the brushes, but that can be taken out at night," said April Franzion.
And finally, Echo Touch Gloves are ideal for someone who wants to stay warm and text in the cold.
The glove sells for $30.