Saturday, 14 December 2019

Christmas 2019: Affordable Gifts

We're on the final stretch towards Christmas 2019 and hopefully most of you are sorted with everything you need to have a fun festive season. However, what I will say is that it is meant to be a time to be enjoyed, so don't spend it stressing and worrying. You can only do exactly what you can do and nothing more, and that is okay.

The internet is full of Christmas gift guides and ideas on what to buy your loved ones. I wanted to put together some affordable and unusual gifts in-case you're looking for inspiration on what to buy this Christmas!

Board Games

I love a get together at Christmas and new board games are ideal for this. The good thing about board games is that they come suitable for all ages and abilities, which is great because it means you can buy them for anyone. Some of the really great ones we have new for December and all cost less than £15 are:

Kitchen Gadgets

Kitchen Gadgets are a strange one because some people might not appreciate them, but if you shop clever you can get them something usual, practical and that they love. We've had great use out of this knife sharpener, it's a really handy little gadget to keep in the kitchen drawer!

Calendars & Diaries

As we're approaching New Year, a present that helps someone throughout the whole of 2020 is always a good idea! I love getting people a calendar because there are so many different ones available - so whether someone is into train spotting, Harry Potter or puppies you'll be able to find a calendar that matches what they'll love! Team this up with a matching diary or notepad and you're onto a winner in my eyes. 

Something they can enjoy

This time of year brings about a whole range of new food items that you can try. Why not head over to somewhere like The Chocolate Smiths and buy them an usual flavoured bar of chocolate? They even have vegan versions! 

The Gift of Time

If budget is an issue, or you're just not sure what to get someone then I always think giving them some of your time is a great gesture. Could you make some vouchers to offer them free babysitting, or a lift somewhere when they need it if it is someone that doesn't drive? There are 101 different things you can do to help someone out, we all live such busy lives so you can be sure that these are appreciated

What are you getting loved ones this Christmas?

Debz x

*Post contains gifted items 

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