My Christmas online shopping gift guide.
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Being disabled I do a lot of my Christmas shopping online. It’s convenient, less hassle and much more relaxing. In the past I’ve been the kind of person that loves the Christmas crowds in the shops, walking my feet off around all the different stores, soaking up the Christmas atmosphere and searching for those perfect gifts. Sadly, I am unable to cope with that anymore, trust me, wheelchairs and frenzied crowds don’t mix.
So, apart from a couple of visits to the less crowded, huge stores, most of my shopping has been done online. I even have a delivery slot booked for my Christmas food delivery.
So, it’s less than two weeks now until the Big Day, and hopefully most shopping has been done and dusted, but there are always those few little extras you need or gifts you may have forgotten. Online shopping is great for this, especially with most places offering delivery right up a day or so before Christmas.
I’ve been shopping online and I wanted to share my Christmas gift guide.
For the Sister-in-Law
Everyone likes a nice smelling home and Yankee Candles are a big favourite. I think my sister-in-law would love these gorgeous smelling Christmas votive candles that come with a pretty holder.
For The Brother-in-Law
You can’t go wrong with some toiletries. The blokes might complain that that’s all they get for Christmas, along with their socks…but lets be honest…they do get good use out of them.
So, I’ve chosen this toiletry set from L’Oreal
I love Secret Santas and try to take part in at least one every year. I love the challenge of finding a gift for someone in secret. This year I believe that this lovely gift set from Burt’s Bees will be a real treat.
If you are anything like me you are always trying to find little stocking fillers for the family. My kids love the little gifts they get in their stockings and it’s nice to find something that fits.
I love this little bead set and it’s just the right size for a stocking and both my girls would love it.
Sensory Seeking Gifts
Some kids and adults are Neuro divergent which means they would appreciate different types of gifts which suit their needs. Hannah and the Twiglets has an extensive list of gifts for Sensory Seekers which you can read here.
Christmas Gifts for Foodies
We all have a foodie in our life and over on Casa Costello there is a lovely post all about gifts for Foodies that you will enjoy.