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9 Awesome Gifts For Journalists | What To Buy A Journalist

With Christmas just around the corner, it’s time to start picking up some gifts. If you’re after a gift for the journalist in your life, then here are 9 awesome suggestions.

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#1 You Can Be a Winning Writer by Joan Gelfand

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Joan Gelfand has been teaching the 4 C's Approach to aspiring authors at book festivals and writer's conferences for the past ten years. She has helped writers around the country realize their dreams of becoming successfully published. 

From writing the first draft to building a reputation, the 4 C's discuss craft and commitment and give solid tips on how to build a literary community and a fan base. With a splash of humor, a dose of empathy and a volume of support, Joan's book includes real life anecdotes from famous and not so famous - but successful - authors. 

You Can Be A Winning Writer is the go-to book for writers just starting out, writers stalled after their first or second book, and students. More than just a book about writing skill, You Can Be A Winning Writer includes post-publication strategies; the mistakes that even the most talented prize-winning authors have made; how, with the help of the 4 C's, those same authors could have enjoyed greater success; and what it means to 'fire on all burners and work to develop each of the 4 C's simultaneously. 

Contributor: Brenda Knight from Mango Media

#2 Posture Shirt® For Men – Pullover

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Alignmed is the gold-standard for functional posture wear. Steeped in evidence-based science and clinically proven research, Alignmed’s line of Posture Shirts, Posture Bras and vests are recognized around the world as the industry standard.

FDA Registered, Alignmed uses the science of neurobands to gently pull shoulders back to not just effect good posture, but to stimulate muscles and nerves and decrease inflammation while increasing vascularity. This is a welcomed activity the body craves and to which it reacts favorably. Neuromuscular benefits are plentiful.

Contributor: ALIGNMED 

#3 America Walks Walkapocket

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Walkapocket is a low profile, convenient way to carry your phone (fits all sizes), cash, credit cards, ID and other essentials journalists need readily available and easy to access. 

Walkapocket is light weight, durable, breathable and washable. Can be worn over or under clothing, stretches just enough to hug your body and stays in place, you do not know it is on. 

An unexpected, perfect gift for a journalist. 

Contributor: Cathy Larrick from Walkapocket LLC

#5 Personalized Tea Subscription Gift

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Gift your lucky journalist friend or loved one our personalized tea subscription service that matches them with premium teas they'll enjoy from different brands around the world. 

Each month, 4 premium teas are matched to them based on their Sips by™ tea profile. Their teas will make 15+ cups or 45+ re-steeped cups. Disposable tea bags are included in their box for loose leaf teas.

Contributor: Staci Brinkman from Sips By

#8 The Geraldo Show: A Memoir

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Break anytime and anywhere with a good book provided by media veteran and New York native, Geraldo Rivera. Read about the life and experiences of Rivera depicted in the recently released The Geraldo Show: A Memoir.

The thrilling autobiography chronicles his 48-year career of hard-hitting, emotionally charged, action-packed news. The vivid history of Geraldo Rivera is eloquently captivating in The Geraldo Show: A Memoir. The hardworking journalist will greatly appreciate the behind-the-scenes views of some of the greatest and catastrophic events in American history.

Contributor: Clara Morgan

#9 Mini Journal Bandolier

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Many journalists have a digital workspace, but plenty of them still use the old hand to paper technique. 

From the Contributor: I'm a photojournalist, and if I'm using my journal and spot something, I have to pack up and move fast, terrible when managing ink and thousands of dollars of camera gear, right? 

Contributor: Kino Alyse from Kino Alyse Photography

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Written by Ben Skute