BLOGMAS - Gift Ideas For Christmas

You probably have started racking your brain on what to buy as a gift for your loved ones this Christmas. 

It is essential to know that it's not really about the quality, quantity, or cost of the gift, but the heart from which it comes.

When making decisions to surprise someone, it is necessary to make some observations to help you get the perfect gift.
This entails paying attention to the things they like, need, admire, and what they use regularly. Below, I will be walking you through tips to guide you in picking great gifts this Christmas.

The exchange of gifts is a big part of the Christmas tradition; I can't tell you why because I don't even know why. 

The idea of exchanging gifts can have your hands sweating in no time, especially when you don't know the right gift to get. 

There are a gazillion things in the market, and you can pick one to present as a gift, but it does not work like that.

You are one step away from picking the perfect gift if you put this one thing into consideration.


I learned of love languages during my marriage counselling. We were encouraged to read a book called The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman. I encourage you to read this material if you love to love.
You might be like, "What is the relationship between love languages and buying gifts?" While you are trying to wrap your head around this, I would love for you to know that every one of us has a love language. 

Children or adults, male or female, we all want to be loved in different ways, and other things work for different people.

Understanding and decoding these different ways of showing love will help take the guesswork out. 

The five love languages include words of affirmation, acts of service, receiving gifts, quality time, and physical touch. 

Understanding the love language of who you are shopping for will make a huge difference in picking the right gift this holiday.

I have found and linked some posts that helped break the five love languages down and will help you with shopping.


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