Christmas Gift Guide – With A Difference

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jukely-pass-card-enviro plus 1Jukely (jukely.com)

If you’re looking for something to buy someone who loves to be on the pulse of all the latest artists and lives for attending gigs, look no further. Jukely is the perfect gift for any music lover.

After all of December’s festivities, we can be left feeling a little deflated so what better way to combat the January blues than with some fantastic gigs to look forward to? For a flat rate of £25 a month, Jukely’s unlimited gig subscription service allows them to attend a different concert in London every single day or for £45 a month, the unlimited plus subscription offers passes for them and an additional guest, making this a great gift for couples too.

Gifting Jukely is simple, just click here to purchase a subscription voucher.

Handy App iPhone6 ImageHandy (Handy.com)

Take the stress out of Christmas, and give your partner the gift of time and relaxation, by gifting them a one-off £10 clean in their stocking, or by treating them to a subscription to Handy. For a flat rate of £10 per hour, you can hire one of Handy’s brilliant cleaners to go to your loved one’s home and take care of all those time consuming chores they don’t want to do, allowing them the opportunity to put their feet up and indulge in some quality me-time.

Using Handy is really simple. Just download the app through the App store or Google play, or click here to order a cleaner on demand. 

Lumie Bodyclock

Stage 3Although this might be another unusual gift to give this year, it would be a very thoughtful one.  The Lumie Bodyclock is a great way to start the day, it utilises simulated natural light to help wake you and drift off to sleep.  It does this by creating a 30 minute sunset and sunrise in your bedroom.  You see your body is fine tuned to react to the natural daily cycle, so when your brain detects a gentle sunrise, it will automatically begin to wake up your body.  The same process is applied to when a sunset is is detected and of course in a world where we are al busy and lead hectic lives, our days are no longer governed by the cycle of the day.

Fully customisable so that you can wake and sleep at any time, the Lumie Bodyclock can help you get the best nights sleep and awake refreshed and ready to take on the day ahead.  It also acts as a bedside lamp that can be dimmed to a comfortable level for you so that you can read or use it as a night light.  Just in case you are someone who sleeps through, there is even a back up alarm to ensure heavy sleepers aren’t late.

Available from Lumie for £59.95

Ukulele for Dummies®

Ukulele FD CoverNot the most conventional of gifts, but anyone who love music and learning to play musical instruments will find this book absolutely brilliant.

Ukulele for Dummies® will delight, excite and teach, it enables the reader to fully understand the basics of the ukulele, learn to play the instrument using chords and strumming patterns, begin tackling fingerpicking (think Hillbilly fast paced music, much like a banjo) and go on to develop your skills further by downloading the tracks available from Dummies.com.

The book is basically a course in learning to play and is accompanied by downloadable audio files and videos to help you hone your ukulele playing skills.  Easy to follow and pick up, this is a great gift for anyone who has expressed an interest in learning this unique instrument.

Available from Dummies.com for £17.99

Into The Blue

me chopperIf you are looking for a truly different gift this year, then Into The Blue could be exactly what you have been searching for.

Into The Blue supply vouchers for experience days and not just the ones you are used to seeing, such as driving a fast car or spending some time being pampered at a spa.  Yes, you can pick up a gift pack for one of those if that is what tickles your fancy, but then you could help someone tick off an item on their bucket list by choosing an experience with a difference…

Parachute jumping, balloon flying, helicopter flying lessons and wing walking, tank driving, train driving or take the helm of a hovercraft.  Maybe canoeing and paddle boarding is more your speed, or go on a survival skills course, or bungee jumping.  There really are too many experiences to list here, but there is definitely going to be something for everyone given there are dance lessons, cooking courses and days out, as well as the more adventurous outdoor pursuits.

I was lucky enough to have a Helicopter Flying Lesson experience and would love for you to take a short trip over to this page here and have a read about how I got on, as well as see a video of the actual flight!

 

About Author

Founder of Eclectic Enchantments blog, Erika has also been a beauty writer, fashion writer and Beauty & Accessories Editor for a large online magazine before starting Erisea. Erika lives with her dog, Hendrix. She suffers with Fibromyalgia and CFS, among other illnesses which leaves her housebound much of the time. Her passion is writing.

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