The Homebody Club Christmas Gift Guide '18

It’s that time of year again where everyone goes into a mild panic trying to work out what to get for their loved ones.

We’ve taken the pain away and created a curated gift guide for Christmas, with everything available to purchase online - because let’s be real, who really wants to put up with the general public in a crowded shopping centre?

For the beauty lover…

LED Light Therapy Mask

Mukti Organics Micro Dermal Roller

Plant Face Serum by Biologi

The Beauty Chef Glow Inner Beauty Powder or Collagen Inner Beauty Boost

For the sweet tooth...

Handmade Australian chocolate by social enterprise Hey Tiger. Our picks? Stay on theme with their holiday flavours, or our go-tos Hazelnut Butter (vegan), Birthday Cake Crumb or Peanut Butter Pretzel.

For that person who needs to chill...

Oil diffuser

Nutra Organics Lunar Latte

For the environmentally conscious...

Frank Green Stainless Steel Reusable Coffee Cup

Organic Beeswax Wraps by The Wintering (the perfect substitution for cling wrap)

Hydroflask with Wide Mouth Straw Lid (especially helpful for those uncoordinated drinkers)

For the person who loves a good read…

Of course we would recommend The Homebody Book Club picks first; Too Fat, Too Slutty, Too Loud and Conversations with Friends. Also standouts; The Year of Magical Thinking, Winging It, Dare To Lead, The 12 Rules of Life.

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For the organised human (or who needs to get organised)...

An Organised Life 2019 Weekly Planner

For the person that loves nostalgia…

Nintendo Classic Mini

For that one person who has ‘everything’…

When you’ve run out of options, perhaps a subscription is your best bet? Try Spotify Premium, Netflix, Audible, Class Pass, Hayu, Pod and Parcel coffee pods or Headspace.

Really stuck? For bonus points create an experience…

Surprise your SO with breakfast in bed, take them for a massage, go on a Sunday hike adventure, pack a picnic and head to your local park, take a family member to the movies, go rock climbing, be a tourist in your own town and hit up all the free attractions, offer to babysit your friend’s kids so they can have some ‘me time’, make afternoon tea and catch-up with a relative, go to the zoo, take your stressed friend to a yoga/pilates/a meditation class, or even just shout your friend to a coffee, put down your phones and have a good chat.