The New York Times Includes Cariloha for Gifts that Soothe, Celebrate


The New York Times Includes Cariloha for Gifts that Soothe, Celebrate

The New York Time’s Hilary Sheinbaum includes the Cariloha weighted bamboo blanket in her article, “8 Breakup Gifts that Soothe and Celebrate”. She talks about how the blanket will help you sleep and feel a bit more snug. The New York Times is one of the leading news publications in the world and receives more than 70 million unique monthly visitors.

8 Breakup Gifts That Soothe and Celebrate

By Hilary Sheinbaum

Products include clothing, accessories, books, décor and even desserts.

Breakups can generate a range of emotions, from devastation to liberation, and everything in between. They are also behind a growing industry.

Products include clothing, accessories, books, décor and even desserts. According to the e-commerce platform Etsy, there are more than 17,700 search results for divorce or breakup gifts on the site; such searches jumped 61 percent in the last three months from the same period a year ago.

Weeding through an abundance of gift choices can be overwhelming. If you or someone you know has experienced a recent split (for better or worse), here are some items that honor the end of relationships and facilitate closure.

Weighted Blanket

If you’re feeling down after a breakup, and looking for a bump in serotonin or melatonin, a weighted blanket can help you sleep better and feel a bit more snug. This can be especially comforting when sleeping alone for the first time in a long time. The 15-pound, onyx-colored Cariloha Weighted Bamboo Blanket creates deep pressure and can be draped over one’s lap, back or full body, for a comfortable rest. $249; weighted bamboo blanket

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