I love Christmas, I love New Years. I love this time of year when everyone is in a festive mood and everything is just fun fun and fun. Organizing parties, get-to-gethers, and gift raffles. This is the time of year when everyone “gives” to everyone else. It’s when we forget ourselves a little and think about those around us. During this time of year we celebrate family, love and friendships. Shopping malls are packed with people and everything is packaged in gift sets. There are always long lines of people in the days running up to Christmas and New Years as last minute shoppers come out to get that special gift.
Here are a few gift tips on finding the perfect gift for those who need a little inspiration.
Tip 1: Think of the person you are going to give the gift to. What do they like? Do you remember them eyeing something at the store? Remember, expensive doesn’t always means its going to make that person fall in love with you. Its the thought that counts and if you find something that really touches them, it’s perfect. It could be things like a bag they’ve been eyeing or a yoga mat.
Tip 2: Don’t give perishable items unless its for a dinner party. The reciever might not have enough time to eat the food or the fridge might be full.
Tip 3: When giving to a lady, pay attention to the giftwrap. She always like beautifully packaged items no matter how small they are. For guys, I think this is not that much of a big deal.
Tip 4: Remember what you bought last year. You don’t want to give the same gift every year!
Tip 5: No gift vouchers. Although efficient, that just spoils the fun of getting a gift for Christmas! Everyone has a child inside who just loves to open gifts.
Hope this short tip list helps! Any other suggestions welcomed. 🙂 Merry Christmas everyone! I wish you all a very happy Christmas and lots of happiness. 🙂 I’ll be writing on and off the coming week as of course it is the festive season and one just has to go out and celebrate a little. Don’t forget to check back in later though, I’ll be back in full steam next year 🙂