If you are still wondering about what to get your love ones this Christmas, here are my top picks:
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The company is ethical, ingredients are clean and pure, and the unique-rhythmic-processing-method the company uses, infuses its products with unique healing properties.
In this body oil the special combination of lavender essential oil and peat moss extract (moor) promotes relaxation, and provides an invisible and comforting layer of protection to the skin. Particularly good during stressful and restless times, this body oil is to die for.
It smells divine – I even use it as a perfume, and I love how it makes me feel every time I use it… gorgeous, calm and cocooned.
If I were Santa I would be leaving one of this in every single house.
A few of my friends have this book already about creating goals with soul by one of my favourite people, Danielle Laporte.
It is light but deep. Uplifting but practical. Inspiring and life changing.
The perfect Christmas gift for anyone you want to rise and elevate.
#3 – Beeswax candles
Beeswax candles are one of my favourite items – to gift and receive.
A gift that is gentle to mother earth in a overconsumption society, beeswax candles are a beautiful way to say…
I wish all your dreams come true. I wish you peace. I wish you light. I wish you well.
NOTE: The difference between a commercial candle and a beeswax candle is the same as the difference between breathing in fumes from car exhaust and breathing by a waterfall or rainforest. Go the extra mile for that special someone this Christmas.
I think of this book the same way I think of “Sex and the city”. Something I keep going back to when I feel like having a cozy, joyful and refreshing moment.
The book is gorgeous. And, at the end of each chapter you kind of feel like Drew in the book cover… Cheerful. At easy. Happy… But also Inspired. Understood. Touched.
#5 – Romertopf Clay Pot
This year I discovered, and felt so much in love with my Romertopf bread baking mould pane, that I had to include it in this list.
Country of origin is Germany, terra cotta contains no lead or cadmium, and it is a reasonably-priced high-quality item anybody would love to have in the kitchen.
Making bread with it is a breeze, and the bread turns incredibly delicious (picture of my first ever bread loaf).
So tell me, what is on your Christmas wishing list this year?
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