Gifts That Show Your Sister How Much You Care

A sister is more than just a sibling; she’s someone who knows you in a way that no other person does. A good sister is there for you through the best (and worst) times, and will help you navigate life’s challenges with empathy and wisdom. She’s also someone you can turn to for advice, and will probably tell you the truth even when it hurts. So, when it comes to gifting her, there’s nothing quite like a present that speaks to the unique bond you share.

No one knows your sister like you do, which makes finding the perfect present challenging. Fortunately, we’ve rounded up some gifts that will show your sister how much you care.

If your sister is a big gamer, she’ll love this set of five classic games that includes Monopoly, Clue, Scrabble and Life. You can even personalize it with a monogram in her favorite font and color.

For the sister who loves to cook, she’ll appreciate this cookbook that’s filled with recipes for everything from soup to stew to sweet treats. It also has a few tips on how to make the most of seasonal fruits and vegetables, so she’ll have a fun new recipe to try each time she picks up produce at the farmers market.

Your sister might be the kind of person who’s always on-the-go, and that means she needs a versatile travel kit that can help her keep her makeup looking fresh all day long. This kit from Charlotte Tilbury is just the ticket, and can be customized with her name and birth flower for an extra-special touch.

A good sister is also likely to be a mindful woman, which is why this journal is a great gift idea. It has thoughtful prompts for things like gratitude, prioritizing your day, three amazing things and daily affirmations, so she can take a moment to reflect on her achievements.

There’s no better feeling than having a sister to lean on, and that’s why this teddy bear is so special. It’s embroidered with the words “I will always be your little sister” to let her know she has you in her corner no matter what.

A good sister knows you in a way that no other friend or family member does, so it’s important to be there for her when she needs you. Be sure to support her at important events — whether it’s an upcoming test or job interview or a graduation ceremony — and give her a big hug when she deserves it. Also, make a point to have dinner or lunch together with your sister from time to time, to spend quality time and catch up on what’s going on in both of your lives. You might even learn a few tips from her, too!