1. Give Consciously
The gift-giving season is nearly upon us, along with the added stress of what to buy. If you’re not sure of what to get someone on your list, opt for an experience that’s suited to their interests such as a concert, musical or dinner. This idea means less waste and you’ll know that the gift will definitely get used!
If you consider yourself more of the crafty type, put your time into creating a handmade gift. Handmade gifts are a great Christmas idea and your loved ones will appreciate the time & effort you spent preparing them. Jams, cookies, chocolate, a herb garden, bath bombs or candles are a few gift ideas that you can make at home.
If you’re not wanting to accumulate more gifts this year, let your loved ones know that you would like your gift to be a donation towards your favourite charity. Not only will you minimise your footprint by not receiving a physical gift, but you’ll feel great knowing that your donation has the potential to change someone's life. We love Where Pigs Fly Farm Sanctuary and Sea Shepherd Australia.
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