AD – This post contains gifted products.
It’s Christmas Eve Eve…
With it being just a few days before Christmas, I decided to pop up a super quick, last-minute gift guide to help anyone out there struggling. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve really come to appreciate all the lovely little gifts so my biggest tip would be to not overthink it.
I love cute little stocking fillers, skincare treats, headbands, and even gift sets which invite me to have a pamper. Dainty jewellery, like every day earrings or something a bit more luxe is always a winner too.
Some of my favourite gifts to receive are those cosy bits that you wouldn’t normally buy yourself, like a really expensive hand cream or a luxurious new pair of slippers. I don’t think you can go wrong with buying someone something for their home either, such as a new personalised mug, some interesting coffee table books or a candle.
With men, I always find you need to select a really nice t-shirt or jumper, it’s a fail-safe as most men don’t like to go shopping! Otherwise, chocolate, their favourite alcohol and perhaps a little game to keep them entertained on Christmas day is all they need.
It’s always the smaller gifts that I find harder to buy as I just end up wanting to get the whole shop…
I hope this little gift guide has been inspiring in some way… I think I’ve gotten all my presents this year however it’s not something you have to panic or stress about.
I love choosing presents for everyone to open but a good way to take the stress away from present buying is to organise a Secret Santa with your family, set the spending limit to whatever you want (in my families case its £25 – £30) and then everyone gets a nice gift and it means you only have to choose one gift instead of a few… I’ve only got a small family so I can only imagine the absolute chaos of having a big family and all those people to buy for! I think it’s definitely something to keep in mind for next year… after all, Christmas should be fun and not stressful!
Have you finished your Christmas shopping?