It’s that time of year again – time to empty your pockets and reflect on everything your friends, family and significant other have said in the past few months to try and find them the perfect Christmas gift. Or maybe you’re looking for a couple of things to add to your own Christmas list? Either way, check out the list below for some gift-spiration!
For the friend who’s always worried about the future:
Tarot cards can be a fun and interesting way to give you some insight on your past, present and future. There are countless different styles of tarot cards to choose from, but I recommend the Wisdom of the Oracle cards by Colette-Baron Reid. Each card features a whimsical design, and includes an oracle message, relationship message, prosperity message, and protection message.
Available at amazon.ca.
For the friend obsessed with everyone’s horoscope:
Or if they’re constantly on their phone checking their daily horoscope, consider ordering them The Astrotwins 2018 Planetary Planner.
The Astrotwins horoscopes are fun and eerily accurate, and their Planetary Planner includes over 500 pages of forecasts for your love, career, family, health and more!
Available at astrostyle.com.
For the vegan friend who’s tired of eating quinoa:
This cookbook contains fun illustrations and delicious recipes that are so easy to follow you could do it stoned! Whether your friend is newly vegan and wondering where to start, or has been vegan for a while and is looking for some new inspiration, this cookbook is bound to be a hit!
Available at amazon.ca.
For the friend that wants to clear the air (or just needs more light):
For the friend that wants to clear their body:
If you’re looking to get your friend something to drink that isn’t wine, try picking them up a bottle of Kombucha! Kombucha is a delicious drink packed with enzymes that is great to drink when you’ve overeaten or overdrank – the perfect post-Christmas pick-me up! Loon Kombucha is sold multiple places across Ottawa, and comes in many delicious flavours including, my personal favourite, Blue Pomegranate.
Available at loonkombucha.com.
A conventional girl on an unconventional blog, Sophie’s been curious about alternate lifestyles since she first stumbled across an episode of Oprah exploring polygamy. A second year Professional Writing student at Algonquin College, Sophie loves reading, writing, and learning about different people and cultures.