Christmas is less than a week away (how???). So this is our last healthy gift guide for stocking fillers, with a bunch of lovely suggestions. Everyone loves a stocking, the gifts above a fireplace or at the end of your bed are a delight for everyone, and you can’t forget the traditional orange.
Give someone the gift of a plant subscription with a little note in their stocking. Regular deliveries of goodness.
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Socks - the standard christmas gift that people joke about, but Happy Socks have done a fine job of making some extremely cool socks.
These sustainable toothbrushes have replaceable heads, nice to teeth and gums and nice to the planet.
This sleep aid device can help light sleepers catch some zzz’s.
Lip balm to help in this winter cold. We’d highly recommend this lip balm from the Highland Soap Company, it’s smooth, light as a feather, has an amazing scent and really helps hydrate your lips.
Treat someone with anything from Corrin Taylor - we’d recommend the bath melts, they smell devine and help to destress big time.
Help someone shop healthy in a more sustainable fashion with these eco shopping bags, the designs are beautiful and you can use them to pick up unpackaged goods saving on plastic.
How to be happy or at least less sad, a book recommended by doctors for people to improve their well being in a mindful manner.
This cute rattle for babies is stunning and adds an element of nature to a babies play time.
This beautiful playsilks for kids increase their imagination. You will be amazed at what they do.
We also wanted to share a tip with you - wrap your presents in useful things like dish cloths, fabrics and silks that can be used as a gift themselves, while saving on paper waste.