Many Filipino families still look forward to the traditional holiday festivities they’ve grown up to. With the new normal, however, many things are to change for the famous Filipino Christmas rush. For instance, any effort for last-minute gift shopping won’t be recommended due to the restrictions implemented to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. There will be shops that will continue to limit the number of people allowed inside their premises as well as their stocks.
But what’s Christmas without gift-giving? Beat the holiday rush by knowing what to give your loved ones or even yourself. If you have yet to figure it out, here are some gift ideas you can consider:
Ovens are great presents for those who are either into baking or bakes for a living. And if not, this useful cooking appliance serves as a valuable piece in the kitchen. It’s a safer alternative to stove-tops and their fire and gas usage.
Today’s technology has made it possible for many to skip the long lines, buy an oven online, and have it delivered to your doorstep. All that’s left for you to do is make sure you’re buying from a trusted brand like Beko.
Want to make a memory last forever? A video print can do just that! It’s the perfect gift for those who love recording their or their family’s events and milestones. This item then allows you to upload a video, loop it, and frame it for display.
The more people there are in your home, the more times you need to clean. Turn it into an easier chore with a vacuum. This appliance can help get rid of even the small dust particles, without the extra effort.
Buying a washing machine as a present may not be a conventional Christmas present but it’s still a good idea. Any homemaker knows that laundry is one, if not the most, of the hardest household chores. Getting a new one with helpful features can do wonders in alleviating the weight of this task.
Don’t be limited by the items given above. As much as possible, stick to your budget. Besides, at the end of the day, it’s always the thought that counts.