Because there are only so many office supplies you can try to pass off as presents.
Think about it: You spend a lot of time with your colleagues. You might even spend more time with them than your spouse or family. Crazy, right? Enter: this list of the best gift ideas for coworkers. While you don't have to break the bank on a gift for a colleague, it can be nice to show your appreciation once in a while for all the work they do every day.
Here, we've rounded up the very best ideas out there, from kitschy, funny gifts to truly meaningful ones, and everything in between. Whether your work wife's birthday is coming up, your cube mate just got a promotion, your desk buddy needs some cheering up, or you need a Christmas gift for your boss, these gifts for coworkers are sure to fit the bill. Bourbon-infused coffee is just unique enough to be interesting without crossing a line, while a simple Starbucks gift card is a classic, tried-and-true option. Striking that perfect balance between "personal" and "not-too-personal," each of these is a winning gift in every sense of the word.
Sarah: Later in the briefing, CNN White House correspondent Jeremy Diamond chose to defer some of his questioning time to Alcindor so that she could ask the president her second question. Alcindor then asked which health professionals are telling Trump that more people will die from the economic impact than from coronavirus, to which Trump refused to answer directly and instead detailed a vivid scenario of a future depression. When Alcindor gave the microphone back to Diamond, the CNN reporter read Trump’s comments back to him about wanting to be “appreciated by governors” amid the pandemic. The president, by his account, told Vice President Mike Pence not to call governors who aren’t appreciative of Trump. “Your statement, your response and your answer is a lie,” Trump told Diamond, who read the president’s direct quote back to him and insisted that he did indeed say that statement. He then called CNN “fake news,” something he’s done from the beginning of his 2016 campaign. Trump then continued to slam governors who don’t appreciate him enough, saying: “When they disrespect me, they disrespect the government.” He ended the interaction by having the microphone taken away. [Freedom of speech? And asking questions to The President Of The USA?]