Treat the Hard Workers in Your Life to a Reset This Valentine's Day — Starting With These Feel-Good Gifts

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We all have people in our lives who never seem to slow down. Whether they're on the job, taking care of family, serving their communities, or tirelessly chipping away at a passion project, they're hard workers who seem to be busy around the clock. Let this Valentine's Day be the perfect excuse to give them the TLC they not only need, but deserve.

Ahead, discover thoughtful gifts from Macy's (which can be purchased online, delivered curbside, or picked up in store) that our editors are planning to spoil their own loved ones with. From soothing bath salts to comfy robes to a smart watch armed with wellness tips, these relaxing treats and gadgets will make any go-getter in your life feel extra special.

Slide Slippers
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Slide Slippers

"My good friend is shifting from maternity leave to working from home. She's been getting no sleep, is barely getting dressed, and accepts little help. I'd love to remind her how special she is with cute, plush slippers ($100) that will keep her cozy at all hours." — Joanna Douglas, executive director

Bath Salts
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Bath Salts

"I haven't been able to see my long-distance best friend in person in a year — and in that time, she's been working from home 'round the clock. Some scented bath salts ($22) might just be the perfect way to remind her that I'm thinking of her and she should take some time to relax." — Annalise Mantz, editor

Waterproof, Portable Bluetooth Speaker
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Waterproof, Portable Bluetooth Speaker

"When trying to become a Bath Person, the two rookie mistakes people make are trying to relax with stock bathroom lighting and using their phone for audio. Take leaps and bounds over the amateurs with not just a Bluetooth speaker ($137), but a Bluetooth speaker that sets the mood. Because, dang it, if they're going to relax to a true-crime podcast, it better have solid low-end and mood lighting." — Max Plenke, associate editor

Contouring Tool
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Contouring Tool

"I'll preach the benefits of a facial massage tool to anyone who will listen. I've convinced almost everyone I know to use one, except my mom. Even though I've worked in beauty for years, it's still so hard to convince her that she should invest in self-care, especially since it seems like she works nonstop. I'm guessing if anything would encourage her to do exactly that it would the ReFa Caxa Ray Facial Contouring Tool ($280)." — Samantha Sasso, editor

Bracelet Watch
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Bracelet Watch

"I don't really need to give my busy bestie more reasons to watch the clock, but at least with this gorgeous piece ($695), if she's going to do it, she can do it in style!" — Shalwah Evans, senior editor

Punching Bag
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Punching Bag

"My best friend is a producer who gets calls at all hours that can literally make or break a big project, and it's definitely an emotional rollercoaster. This punching bag ($24) is a fun gift to get some frustration out. — JD

Textured Bath Robe
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Textured Bath Robe

"One of the things I missed out on last year was a trip with my college roommates to celebrate our big birthday. We would have spent hours sitting around in the hotel robes while we gossiped and reminisced about our college years. Sending them a robe like this ($200) would put a smile on their faces and could be the perfect accessory to wear during our weekly video calls." — Rebecca Gruber, VP branded content

Waterproof Slippers
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Waterproof Slippers

"My fiancé regularly clocks 12-hour work days and has lately been in desperate need of a break. These cozy slippers ($48) are the perfect gift to remind him to take some time to kick back and relax — even when our work-life boundaries are more blurred than ever. Plus, since they're indoor/outdoor, he can wear them while taking a video game break or taking our puppy out for a walk." — Andrea Morabito, director

Smart Watch
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Smart Watch

"My boyfriend is one of those people who gets so caught up in work, he barely remembers to eat. I'm hoping this smart watch ($330) will be his daily wellness coach — it has tools for stress management, physical activity, and sleep optimization, and even provides a stress management score each day so he can get a better sense of how he's doing." — Stephanie Nguyen, senior editor

Infinity Roses
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Infinity Roses

"My best friend is a murderer — of plants. She's tried and failed so many times so I'm confident that once gifted, this rose box ($165) will survive at least a year. There is no watering or maintenance required, and the arrangement should not be exposed to sunlight, so her blackout curtains can stay closed another day. The perfect gift for someone who adores an aromatic arrangement without the pressure of upkeep. I look forward to the day, next year, when she proudly shows me that the petals are still going soft." — Sarah Michel, editor