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Great Gifts for Travel Fans

Do you have a travel fan to buy for this Christmas? Read on for some ideas for Christmas gifts for travel fans, all designed to make travel easier and more comfortable, and to help pack light. I’ve tried and tested all of these travel products, on my recent trips to Nashville and Malta, and can confirm they work well. The first ones are the best gift options, as they are lovely, whilst being practical. As you read on, the very practical items come out, which may be better for self-purchase.

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Life & Style

Inspirational and Ethical Christmas Gifts for Kids

If you’re looking for inspirational and ethical gifts for kids, I have hand-picked a selection that should tick all the boxes, from babies to teens. Each brand has strong ethical credentials. Some encourage kids to recycle, reuse and care about the environment and their fellow humans. Some of these ethical gifts for kids are organic, fair trade and chemical-free to minimise the impact on our environment.

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Beauty Advent Calendar Hack for Christmas

I love a bargain and I love beauty products. So I couldn’t resist the Marks & Spencer Beauty Advent Calendar. And I wasn’t about to wait until December to open it, because I had a plan. It’s £35 when you spend £35, and as I was spending that on some slippers and school uniform (how rock ‘n’ roll am I?) I decided to go ahead. It’s currently sold out online but there are loads in the shops, so don’t panic!

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Ideas For Teacher’s Gifts, Starting From £2

The end of the school year is looming, and I’m trying to decide what gifts to get Ava’s amazing teacher and other school staff. Ava adores her teacher, so I want to get her something really special, to show her how much we appreciate her hard work. Last year, I let Ava run riot with some plain plates and pens, and she did a great job decorating them for her teachers at pre-school. I know they really appreciated the effort she had gone to. One of my friends, who’s a primary  ...

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