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Since getting into the holiday spirit with my festively red holiday blouse & hot apple cider recipe, I’ve barely been able to contain my holiday enthusiasm. I’ve been shopping sales, making lists (and checking them twice), and indulging in too much eggnog (seriously.) and now I am sharing my ultimate gift guide with you all. Rather than search all over for what to get for your friends, family, spouse, and co-workers, I’ve decided to just compile it all into one very merry Gift Guide post.
Okay guys, I am compiled this gift guide with the assistance of my favourite helper – Jeremy. I figured rather risk the confusion of what men want for Christmas, I’d just go to the source and get him to tell us all what would be on his wish list this year. Not only does it help all of your shop for your mysterious men, it also helps me shop for my own – two birds, one stone!
As a girl, I find girls the easiest to shop for. When I go out and shop for my mum for example, the only real problem I have is not going overboard and buying her every single thing I see – now that would be an expensive Christmas. But really, I find shopping for my female friends, co-workers, and family members truly fun -what girl doesn’t love a cozy pajama set, or a lovely smelling candle, or a stunning new necklace?
Shopping for your parents can be tough (and let’s be honest, shopping for Dad is usually especially tough!) but there are a few gifts that never seem to fail to surprise and excite my parental-unit. As well as getting my parents their own separate gifts, I also like to treat them to something together – like a spa treatment or a nice dinner out.
If you’ve ever had a secret santa at work then you likely already know how darn hard it is to find that “perfect” gift for your coworker. It needs to be professional yet fun – and though I think office style can be professional and fun, it’s hard to find a gift that embodies both.