If so, Here are some great gifts! ... Last-minute gift ideas for 2020!!
Christmas day comes on the same date every year, but it somehow always manages to sneak up on us. Between all the baking, decorating, and wrapping, sometimes a handful of gifts slip through the cracks, causing you to rush to the mall at the last minute.
While you can always shove a few bills or gift cards in a card and call it a day (no judgment here), these last-minute Christmas gifts feel way more personal.
It’s going down to the wire to buy your last-minute gifts, since many regular shipping deadlines to get things under the tree before Christmas are today.
And this year (with many people canceling Christmas to shelter in place), everyone probably has a similar idea: Online shopping to avoid the crowds, and rushing to ship gifts to their family at the same time. Eek.
Last-minute shopping can be hairy, but it doesn’t have to involve boring, expected gifts (or gift cards). And just because you’ve waited until the 11th hour to shop for friends and family doesn’t mean you’re totally out of options. From cozy layers to thoughtful gift sets, we found plenty of things that are still available to make the fitness lover, home chef, beauty enthusiast, or wellness fanatic in your life feel appreciated.
1 LIP ESSENTIALS MAKEUP SET
2 LIBRE EAU DE PARFUM HOLIDAY SET
3 Rituals "The Ritual of Ayurveda Balacing Ritual Medium Body Care Gift Set John Lewis
1 True wireless from sony WF-SP800N with noise Cancelling
2 JBL GO 2
3 Jbl Audiofone T500 Bluetooth
1 Zara Gift Card
2 Nespresso Boxes caffe
3 Hugo Boss Perfume
1 JP Art Gallery
2 Bvgari Bag
3 Dyson Supersonic
Now let´s talk serious:
Today's media portrays Christmas as such a consumer holiday by implementing large savings and deals during this time of year. Consumerism runs this country (world), and frankly sometimes it's hard to just remove it from our every day lives. Yes, it's OK to purchase these items on sale and gift them to your kid, but a gift does not substitute love and compassion.
The world we live in is so materialistic. We judge each other on status: which brands we wear, what music we listen to, how much stuff we have. Giving and receiving gifts during Christmas is by no means a bad thing, but it is not the sole focus of the holiday. The holiday is a celebration of the birth of Christ and a holiday to spend time with the people who really mean the most to you: your family. It's not about getting that perfect toy for your kid, but rather a time to spend time with them and enjoy their company. After all, they're not children forever.
My advice to you is to really think about the meaning of the holiday and try to let that shape your life. Think about it -- what if people acted like they did around the holiday, every day. Think about the religious significance, think about how you're supposed to treat each other with dignity.
It's the most wonderful time of the year, and Christmas is in the air. Don't Forget The Reason For The Season!!
Merry Christmas Everybody!!