13 Gift Ideas For The Go-Getter Gal13 Gift IdeasFor The Go-Getter GalSharesIs there a woman you know who is so busy that the holiday season is almost an inconvenience? For her, no ordinary gift will do as she hates clutter and non-functional devices. For her, one must pick the best of the best; items that multitask and offer unique benefits that she never even knew her life needed .Here, 13 of our favorite gift ideas for the ultimate business-savvy go-getter gal, the woman on the go who barely has time to read this guide.Helpr Helpr is an app which was co-founded by Becka Klauber Richter and Kasey Edwards that’ll get you a screened and vetted babysitter to your door in as little as three hours, Unlike any other babysitting service out there, Helpr’s process of vetting sitters is much more in-depth, which includes CPR certification, in-person interviews, background checks, and double reference checks. In addition, the app’s changing the norms for employers with new comped and subsidized childcare programs for more family-friendly work environments. You can buy gift cards to service providers on the app as a great stocking stuffer idea.BodyWorks Ball BodyworksBall was created by a woman, this is a portable self-massage tool for instant relief of neck cricks, shoulder knots, and relief to sore aching hands and feet. A great way to counter the ill effects of sitting and “Tech Neck” from sitting hunched over tech devices, and aches and pains from travel. It was originally designed for elite pro athletes to use when traveling, which required a special non marking rubber, to not damage the walls of the Four Seasons and the Ritz Carlton. Weighing only 8 ounces, it packs easily and allows each person the ability to give themselves a full body massage 24/7. Prête Nina Ojeda is a young female entrepreneur —founder of go-to-market and market expansion agency, The Avenue West, and founder of the membership-based beauty concierge service, Prête (packages start at $119). Prete is a perfect gift because what go-getter woman doesn’t need a good blowout? Being a Prete member takes the stress out of scheduling and booking your favorite blowout and mani appointment. Members get all access to amazing salons and deals you can’t find just booking one your own.Creep BlockersCreep Blockers was founded by advertising CEO, August Brice to teach the masses about privacy, security, web safety and wellness. These are privacy decals that obscure your webcam, camera and microphones, Snowden-style. They are the first-ever decals to muffle laptop microphones. Most of their customers are women. One in six women will experience stalking their lifetimes and virtually all hackers who carry out sexploitation are men. This is in addition to the general precaution everyone should be mindful of regarding NSA surveillance practices.SIA Scotch WhiskyScotch being a man’s drink is simply not true. SIA Scotch Whisky is the first Blended Scotch Whisky to be created by an American woman (Carin Luna-Ostaseski), AND was successfully crowdfunded on Kickstarter.com. It is a unique and award-winning, delicious, and affordable Whisky that will change the way you think about Scotch, and a great gift because it’s under $50. A Blend of Speyside, Highland and Islay Malt and Grain Whiskies.Shop Here – Use code SIASCOTCH for 10% off for readersBuzziesBuzzies ($259) is the latest wearable device that is changing busy and stressed out people’s lives through a little buzz. Created by two high powered women – neuropsychologist Dr. Amy Serin and co-founder Vicki Mayo, Buzzies, a non-invasive, wearable device that uses patent-pending neuroscience to not only relieve stress and anxiety, but also improve focus, reduce cravings, improve performance, manage anger, reduce sensory overload and better enable sleep. Wear it for 15 min or less per day – it can be worn as a watch or hide in your pocket, bra strap or sock.Shop HereFor The Love Of Travel Experiential trips are sometimes the best trips. Maybe gift a trip with For the Love of Travel , a company that runs group trips for ambitious young professionals. They run laid-back but culture/experience-focused trips all over the world. It is a great way to travel and explore the world (without having to spend time planning or trying to find friends to travel with), it’s an opportunity to connect with other young professionals as well! Tara Cappel is the 27-year old female founder of FTLO Travel.SlumbrSlumbr was founded by two female entrepreneurs (both former tech professionals and MBAs – from Stanford and U of Chicago. These pillows are special because they have been carefully curated after evaluating 250+ pillow types and testing with real sleepers to feel like nothing you’ll find in typical stores. They are made of the finest high-grade materials, sustainably sourced and are more durable and economical over time, resisting premature clumping and flattening. Their Pillow Menu offers six distinct pillow types, ranging from $60 to $225.Shop HereThe InspiralizerAfter quitting her corporate job, Ali Maffucci went on to create the Inspiralizer, the sleek kitchen gadget that easily spiralizes almost any vegetable. The Inspiralizer ($49.95), requires no assembly and includes four possible noodle shapes to create the perfect spiral for every type of vegetable. A great gift for anyone who loves to cook, show them veggies can be fun – and can still have “pasta” dishes without all the guilt.Shop HereFitFusionIf she’s very into fitness, give her a subscription to FITFUSION the leading streaming workout platform created by the world’s health and wellness expert, Jillian Michaels. Praised as the “Netflix of fitness videos,” FitFusion features over 300 workouts and more than 145 hours of content. With the recent trend being a return to at-home workouts, FitFusion is the only digital platform to feature workouts from the best trainers and the most popular workouts. Whether at home or traveling, your go-getter gal will no longer need to travel to a gym for her favorite class – whether she likes yoga, Pilates, zumba or cardio, it is all found on her streaming device.The Quit Kit Want to move on to the next big step but afraid to take that giant risk? Patrice N. Perkins is an attorney that only works with creatives. She left her cushy job making well over 6 figures after using a strategic planning system that she created to develop her own law firm, Creative Genius Law. She then packaged the same digital strategic planning system that led her to full time entrepreneurship and shares it with the world via The Quit Kit. It’s a great gift idea for that friend that is really scared to take that intimidating next step!Feel The Love Transformation CardsThese new cards—perfect for everyone on your list—are about all the small things! They stem from the mantra: A shift in thought can change everything. The deck includes 53 universal truths that inspire users to set an intention for the day. Created by Susie Mordoh, the beautifully designed box easily stores the deck, but also displays the daily message to serve as a gentle reminder of the intention throughout the day. Susie’s mantra is “feel the love”—her call to action to choose to follow what’s right for you. Plus, Mordoh has some extra goodness baked in—a portion of the proceeds of the sale of each deck will be donated to The MS Society in honor of the deck’s designer, LeAnna Weller Smith.Shop HereRelationup App: On-Demand Relationship AdviceDoes she need someone to talk to about what she really, really wants? Relationup app is an app that delivers professional, on-demand relationship advice via smartphone for support any time you need it. Relationup offers real-time support from professional advisors with masters’ degrees at $12 for a 15-minutesession, with the ability to add on 15-minute increments as needed. Great for any gal that needs advice on the go. Rhonda Milrad is the founder and chief relationship advisor of Relationup , the first live relationship app that provides anonymous relationship advice from professionals via chat. She is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with many years of experience as a relationship therapist. Aly WalanskyAly Walansky is a freelance lifestyles writer based in New York City, who contributes regularly to iVillage, SheKnows.com, xoJane, Huffington Post, and The Fashion Spot as well as many other print and web outlets.