It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! In fact, if it doesn’t look like Christmas by now then it should be. We’re down to the very last week before Santa makes his global trip and the presents that have been under the tree since (what feels like) March. Of course, there’s been a lot that had to be changed regarding our approaches to the festive season in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to office parties, time with family members, and what we can and can’t do in terms of travel, shopping is different this year, too.
Considering there are only a few days left to get those last items in, you might have to reconsider a few of the plans you had furthermore. One of the Christmas traditions that always gets forgotten is the stockings that get hung on the mantle, ready to be filled with smaller items and accessories. Still, stuck for ideas for what to put into your loved one’s stockings? Then here is an idea or two to help you on the way.
For The Beauty Enthusiast
Christmas gift shopping is already tough, but it can be a little tougher if you have a hobbyist in the family. Indeed it helps to gift them with items that will compliment their interests. If they are more of a beauty enthusiast then it’s hard to know where to even start with knowing what to get them. You’ll want something that they will enjoy, and ordinarily, a trip to a salon would suffice, but for the foreseeable future, that’s looking unlikely to be completely possible, or as enjoyable.
However, there is a great set of stick on nails available that provide an experience that matches the quality that a nail salon will provide. ManiMe is providing a type of custom-sized fitted stick on gel nails that are both easy to use, and safe to apply. Gel nail wearers, therefore, can be of all ages and you’ll have peace of mind that there will be no issues with fitting them into the stocking of a younger beauty enthusiast in the family.
Also, with their online ordering service, you can avoid having to be out in public when shopping for gifts. After all, there’s no need to expose yourself to any unnecessary risks if you are shopping online.
Keeping safe during the holidays.
Indeed, it is worth remembering that staying indoors is much more a necessity today than ever before, but that will obviously cause logistical issues with purchasing gifts that your whole family can enjoy on Christmas day. Instead of browsing in the stores for those last little items to fit into their stockings, go online whilst you can still have items delivered in time for the big day itself. If it is a little too late for that, then you might have to get creative and look into alternative gifts for your loved ones. Trips away in the near future, experiences, or food and drink are all smart Christmas gift ideas that don’t require you to rush to purchase. For more of these splendid alternatives to the norm, check out the rest of the Five Nights Online list.
Last minute ideas for the stocking.
When it comes to the younger members of the family, you’ve probably spent most of your gift deciding on the conundrum of whether or not to get them an iPad for Christmas. On the one hand, iPads can be used for schooling and education, but on the other hand, electronics can also be used to stream dumb videos that you don’t want your kid exposed to. Keep your mind on the bigger picture, which is going to be with good health this year, more than what deals and purchases can be made. No one wants COVID-19 this year, but it’s, unfortunately, an unwanted guest in everyone’s homes. Try to keep your purchases online from now on, and if you can’t get what you are after then don’t worry. In this festive season, everyone will understand if Santa has been a little delayed.