Christmas is just around the corner! And we don’t know about you, but we are NOT ready!
The truly organised (not us) will have been shopping throughout the year, finding perfect presents and storing them away until December.
However, with a little planning, there’s still plenty of time for the rest of us to prepare for the season with minimum fuss.
Christmas spending can cause a lot of stress so why not try some gift ideas that don’t cost an arm and a leg. There are plenty of ways to show your love and sometimes a family member or friend would prefer something homemade then the newest tech object.
With the stress of money and if you’d rather not run around the shopping centre amongst the crowds, take your Christmas shopping online! Nearly every store has an online option PLUS they usually have the same specials!
If you’re stuck for ideas, don’t fret. Here are some “OUTSIDE THE BOX” Gift Ideas that keep giving all throughout the year!
This year, why not give a gift that keeps on giving?
Give the Gift of Health this Christmas!
Purchase a GIFT VOUCHER to Beyond which can be redeemed on Group Classes, Pilates, Yoga, Personal Training or Credit towards our Next 8 Week Challenge!
10 Class Pass for just $180 (3 months to use)
For more info email email@example.com
- Make your own spicy tomato chutney or some chilli relish
- Raw Treats
- Mixed Jar of Nuts & Seeds
- DIY Gifts In Jars (Recipes)
The Oxfam Unwrapped program lets you give to people who really need. Meanwhile, you get a humorous card to give to your loved one explaining what they are supporting. Give the gift of the warm and fuzzies and help others in need by making a tax deductible donation to a charitable organisation.
$100 from Karma Currency
Some people with disabilities that prevent them from walking don’t have quick and easy access to a wheelchair. With $100 you can help make sure that people in the Pacific Region who need a wheelchair have one tailored to their needs and environment.
Counselling for bereaved families
$85 from Karma Currency
The Red Nose grief and loss services support families who have experienced the sudden and unexpected death of a baby or child. These programs are carefully designed for people who are in their darkest days, and they really do help.