Thankfully we've got this rule in our family. I'm grateful for that as I find it really tricky to find appropriate gifts – is it just me?
Honestly, I really don't have any wishes, either.
Definitely nothing that clutters up my flat; on the contrary, I want to get rid of things that used to bring me joy, but that I don't use anymore.
But that's another topic.
Check out Marie Kondo's work if you haven't already.
So what do I want?
First and foremost all the things money can't buy anyway, such as good health, happiness, contentment, fulfilling relationships and so on.
And anything that is non-tangible, something that values personal development, self-improvement and growth.
Such as an exciting training, workshop or an inspiring book. Experiences with family and friends – you know, all these memory-making moments.
All this can have a profound impact on personal growth and can lead to overall happiness, contentment and fulfilment. What about you?
Are you more the 'I want/need/desire the £2,000 designer bag and the diamond necklace/prestigious watch' kind of person?
Or are you valuing the immaterial 'things' much more?
Better relationships/better s6x
Overcoming sports injuries much faster
Being more relaxed, less irritable, less angry, less anxious
… the list goes on.
So, if you are in the second group or want it all, get in touch if you'd like a gift voucher – for yourself or a loved one.
You – and they – deserve to feel so much better.
Natural. Innate. TREmendous. Wishing you a very merry Christmas, a wonderfully relaxing holiday season and a TREmendous 2024!