The holidays are the perfect time to show the over-worked people in your life that you appreciate them, and that their work doesn't go unnoticed! Whether it's a coworker, friend or family member, any of these gifts for the office obsessed are sure to put a smile on their face and help brighten their daily work flow. Check out these 9 products, curated by Finance Collective members, for the work-aholics in your life.
"A modern, sleek messenger bag perfect for storing your laptop and other business travel essentials. I love it, because it easily stores my water bottle so I don't get dehydrated while traveling. Plus there are customizable designs from an environmental conscience US-based company." -Marriage, Kids and Money
"Anyone who works incessantly on a laptop is familiar with the "gargoyle hunch" that inevitably happens after too much time spent at the keyboard. This extremely portable yet sturdy laptop stand encourages your body to adopt the proper posture, preventing workaholics from getting back pain and an unattractively stooped curvature." -InvestmentZen
"If I had this case I wouldn't have to always wait in my car for my phone to charge or choose between playing solitaire and responding to emails. This baby gives 120% extra battery life and looks good doing it." -Saving with Spunk
"For the work-aholic, I'd say a good gift would be anything that helps them relax and take a step away from work. As a work-aholic myself, I like to receive things like a massage, pedicure, facial, or something else to help me relax. It doesn't necessarily have to be something at a spa. If a night out to the movies helps you relax, that would be a good gift too." -Shoeaholic No More
"Standing Desk Converter -- I like to stand while I work because it encourages me to get up and walk around more. I don’t have room for a standing desk, but this is a really versatile option to turn any desk or surface into a standing desk." -The Wild Wong
"Headspace is a guided meditation app that gives you focus, contentment and energy to take on the day. 10-day free trial allows you to dip your toes in the water without any commitment. 10-minutes of exercising my brain daily helps me start my day in a positive direction." -Marriage, Kids and Money