In the Age of Automation, The Feel Better Boutique Makes Gift Giving Practical and Personal

Online store brings a personal component back to get-well giving

Centennial, CO, September 13, 2016 --( In an age of automation, online shopping has become standard practice. Unfortunately, the convenience offered by computerized shopping has left a gaping hole in the personal aspect of gift giving, especially when it comes to finding the right gift for those struggling through illnesses or hard time. Online gifts have become repetitive, mundane and uninspired. Jennifer Chapman, Founder of The Feel Better Boutique, recognized a need for variety and practicality in gifts for those afflicted with illness. “A person can only do so much with flower bouquets and cookie baskets. When someone close to you has a chronic or long term illness, it can be difficult to come up with something sensible yet still personal to let that person know you’re thinking of them. Our goal is to not focus on the illness or difficulty of the situation, but to offer a selection of beautifully packaged gifts that are both comforting and useful.”

The Feel Better Boutique offers hand selected, quality gifts geared toward those going through a difficult time; whether it is surgery, a chronic illness, or an unexpected injury. Gifts include a professionally printed, personal, framed photo to let your loved one know you are thinking or them even when you can’t be with them; games and adult coloring kits to pass the time; and cozy slippers and snack packs to comfort and warm that special person. Every gift comes beautifully packaged and includes a personal, handwritten message. “Nothing takes the personal aspect out of gift giving more than receiving a computer generated note,” Chapman stated. “We take the time to handwrite your personal sentiments with every gift we send out.” There are a variety of pre-selected gift collections to choose from as well as an a-la-carte menu for those looking for something more specific. "Our goal is to remove the computerized, assembly line approach from the gift giving process. Illnesses are personal; gifts for those with illnesses should be personal, too,” Chapman said. For more information, or to make a purchase, please visit
The Feel Better Boutique
Jennifer Chapman