Christmas is officially less than a month away – how time flies! You might be thinking about what you can get your loved ones that they’ll really enjoy and use. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again; there’s no better gift than the gift of wellness. To help you with your Christmas shopping this year, we thought we’d put together a handy gift guide.
So without further ado, let’s get into it…
We couldn’t do a gift guide without mentioning our book! This is the only mental health and wellness guide that you need. With an inspired approach to ‘Prevention is better than cure’, it provides a treatment plan for both the one in four’ experiencing mental health problems and also the ‘other three’ as a prevention tool. It’s available in both paperback and hardback.
This is a companion journal to the above book. It helps you put the 8Wise™️ method for developing optimal mental health and wellbeing into practice.
A wonderful stocking filler! This is your one-stop resource for implementing and reflecting on living the 8Wise Way. It would look lovely on a bedside table. Again, it’s available in paperback and hardback.
- Subscription to a Mindfulness App
There are many amazing mindfulness and meditation apps out there to choose from. Why not gift your loved one a subscription to one this year? Perfect for someone who leads a busy life.
These make a lovely gift, and there’s something so calming about lighting a candle. Lavender scents are also great at promoting wellbeing.
- Bath Products
Something that your loved one can use to practice self care would make for a lovely present. Many of us love a hot bubble bath at the end of the day, so why not gift some gorgeous bath salts or oil?
- Spa Day Voucher
We all need to take some time out to relax and unwind. A spa day is the perfect way to do this. There are often lots of deals online to choose from.
- House Plants
House plants are brilliant for boosting our Environmental Wellness, and make for lovely gifts! You can even opt for more ‘durable’ plants if you know your loved one isn’t great at keeping them alive!
What’s on your Christmas list this year?