A Kindle, from Amazon.com
chocolate, chocolate, chocolate... The good stuff, not the cheapo stuff.
A sleep mask, fuzzy socks, tea samples or anything that brings comfort.
Some gum/ mints, flip flops, candle, something neat/ unique. :) What is it for? And... I double agree w/ Christa & Trish.
my family. all 12 of them. :)
Hand lotion, votive candles, drink packets that you can add to bottled water, pens, mini-sharpie, nail polish, mini perfume and make up samples.
I have to agree with Trish .... chocolate is always good.
A lot of stuff in conference goody bags becomes so much clutter soon afterwards. I like the suggestion of hand lotion -- the air is dry here. A snack such as a granola bar. A Bozeman map if there will be lots of out-of-towners. Maybe a list of nearby restaurants. Ear plugs in case their roommates snore. Paper or notepad for taking notes. A bookmark. Some of it depends on the type of conference.
A conference- how fun! I think it's better to have one or two items in a goody bag that will actually be kept and used long-term as opposed to lots of cheaper/ not-as-useful items. One time I participated in a conference where each goody bag had one of the smaller Nalgene bottles in it- that was awesome to find in a goody bag!I also like the idea of good chocolate and gum or mints.Have fun planning!
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