18 Clutter-Free Gifts for Women

Women enjoy clutter-free gifts- they are like gifts that keep on giving! It means a woman can enjoy herself and then not feel guilty about getting rid of a gift, because, let’s face it: women do feel guilty about getting rid of something that was a gift.

Let’s bless the women in our lives this year: gift them something that they can enjoy and not have to dust or eventually declutter.

  1. Chocolate. Because chocolate. Get high-quality fair trade chocolate for her to enjoy guilt-free.
  2. Wine. Same as chocolate. Try to find out what her favorite wine is (and if you don’t know her too well, make sure she drinks alcohol).
  3. Consumable of the Month Club. The options are limitless- wine, coffee, cheese, fruit, candy- think of the things that she uses regularly and find a way to make it fun. I love the Atlas Coffee Club– it’s like taking a coffee tasting tour around the world and every month makes me feel special.
  4. Gift Cards. Coffee shops, bookstores, fabric or craft stores, quality clothing shops, etc. Go for things you know she enjoys.
  5. Personal Chef Voucher. With the increase in dietary restrictions, it’s often difficult to dine out, but personal chefs that specialize in specific diets can be easy to find. This is a great way to give your lady a treat.
  6. Personal Organizer Voucher. If you know she has been working hard on decluttering and organizing her home, several hours with a personal organizer can be a huge encouragement.
  7. Handy Man Service. If you are the handyman, then great! Give her a date and project that will be accomplished, or give her a coupon and a day you’ll devote to whatever project she comes up with. Or hire a handyman to take care of things on her honey-do list. Women notice household issues every day, giving her the gift of completed projects, shows love like no other.
  8. The Gift of Removal. Ok, I know that sounds weird, but perhaps there is an old car in the driveway, overgrown shrubs, or too many motorcycles in the garage (Sorry guys, we really do think like that). Give the gift of more room and haul the excess away or hire a tree service/lawn service to remove yard debris.
  9. The Gift of Time. Give the gift of time together to your mother, grandmother or wife: take them out to a meal. Spend time over the meal talking and listening to what’s going on in their lives. Don’t give advice, don’t solve their problems, just listen. Trust me- it’s what they want.
  10. Plane Ticket. Does she have a friend or family members that she longs to visit? Plan a time with them and purchase her plane tickets so she can spend a few days catching up with her BFFs.
  11. Events Tickets or Theatre. Concert, plays, ballets, sports games, go for something that you know she enjoys.
  12. Lift Tickets, Round of Golf, Air Balloon Ride. Be sure the arrange babysitting if there are little ones involved.
  13. Classes, Workshops, etc. Ballroom dancing, watercolor, quilting or photography workshops. The list is endless. Pay attention to what interests her and plan accordingly.
  14. Spa Package. A massage, pedicure, manicure, facial. All are lovely pampering gifts. Again, be sure to include a babysitting voucher, and add in the tax and tip so she knows she can take the time out and be pampered without worrying about anything.
  15. Family Photo Session. Specialty family photos are so nice, but not always splurged on. If there are older kids, plan the day so they can all attend and mom (or grandma) can get a photo of everyone.
  16. Monthly Flower Delivery. Flowers are lovely, can be enjoyed and then tossed without guilt after they have expired.
  17. Car Care. Car detailing, car wash, oil change, tune-up, AAA service are all great ways to show you care.
  18. A gift to a Charity. Find out what she is concerned with: clean water for impoverished areas, helping the homeless getting back on their feet, veteran services- make a donation in her name and the charity will send her a card.

More on gifts:

Clutter-Free Gift Guide – This gift guide is a compilation of all the gift-lists published on the blog, from toddlers to grandparents and everyone in between. Clutter-free and toy-free ideas. Click here to get this 33-page PDF for $5.

About Rachel Jones

Hi there! I’m Rachel Jones, and I founded Nourishing Minimalism in 2012 at the beginning of my minimalist journey after I'd been doing a yearly decluttering challenge for 4 years and started to see a change in my home. If you're looking for encouragement in your journey, please join our FREE Facebook Group: Nourishing Minimalism Facebook Group


  1. Carole on 11/21/2014 at 6:20 pm

    These are awesome ideas! I spend so much on shipping every year and I never know what to get everyone. These lists are now my go to help when Im frustrated . Thank you so much!

  2. Melissa Upton on 12/08/2014 at 9:46 am

    You don’t have to pay shipping! There are coupon codes for almost every website that gives you discounts or free shipping! I never make a purchase without Googling for a promo code and putting whatever I can find in for a discount. Usually it’s free shipping. And there are clubs, like Shoprunner, where for one low monthly fee you get shipping on tons of sites. Or just join Amazon Prime. You get free two-day shipping. And what can’t be found on Amazon?! So there is three ways to not have to pay shipping. There are more, too. So you should almost never have to have that extra expense!

  3. Anna Cole on 08/18/2016 at 11:08 am

    Gift of Time Home Alone – for a mom of young kids, I’m so, so rarely in my own home alone. The peace and quiet and ability to crank up my own music and do whatever I want is amazing. Babysitting is great, but doubly great for my introverted soul when it involves taking them out to do something they’ll like (bonus points for tiring them out) while allowing me to recharge in my own space.

    • Rachel on 08/20/2016 at 12:24 pm

      Oh that’s such a great idea!!!

  4. Sharon Fehrenbacher on 05/16/2017 at 2:36 pm

    My secret sister from church gave me a jar of garlic herb butter for Mother’s Day. This is something that I would probably never buy myself but I can’t wait to try it. She must know me well! Great gift!

  5. Elizabeth Wickland on 11/04/2018 at 1:58 pm

    I agree with all of these, except the coloring book and pencils. I understand the idea of it, but have had several people give them to me, or my daughter, and without time to enjoy them, they are just clutter.

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