There has been a real push for no gifts this year in my surrounding world. I agree if done for the wrong reasons material gifts can lead to negative experiences. But when done out of love gifting is beneficial to both the giver and receiver. Giving a gift is a universal way to show interest, appreciation, and gratitude, as well as strengthen bonds with others. There is an enormous sense of satisfaction when someone opens the gift you have ... oh so carefully prepared for them. Maybe I’m wrong, but I don’t think getting rid of material gifts will solve the problem of excess in our culture.
DAY 6 - NO CLUTTER GIFTS
We wanted to share some no clutter gifts with you, gifts that will add value to your loved ones lives. If you are unsure about what someone needs stick to gifts that can be consumed or experienced. Some great consumables in the shop are teas and drinks by the new new age with great benefits to your health, non toxic handmade bath bombs and soaps, eco friendly toothbrushes from Greenence to name a few! For the experiential gift we now have our winter workshops available to purchase on a gift card (only at the shop). The perfect night out for you and your sister, mother, brother, husband, and/or best friend!
So come take a peak ... Christmas is coming fast!
Toothbrushes by Greenence and cup by Lydia Nicholson Pottery
Thanks again for taking the time to read our guide to a Slowly Made Christmas,