Five gift ideas
There aren’t any practical coaching tips this week.
Instead I’m hoping to make your life a little easier by suggesting some gifts that have been big hits with my friends and family.
And let’s face it, who has time to learn new skills at this time of year?
Many of my friends will recognise this colander from Rowan and Wren. I gifted it so much that I bought one for myself. I love that I can load it up with fresh picked cherry tomatoes, wash them and store them all in the same vessel.
For quirky gifts you can’t go past Rocket St George. One of my besties loves leopard print and she tells me it makes her smile every time she uses the oven glove I got her as a housewarming gift. Make sure to look at the Christmas decorations too.
My husband got me into building Lego sets and I’m obsessed. It’s one of the most mindful, relaxing things I can do. This old school typewriter was my reward for finishing the Think Like A Coach manuscript and it sits in my office.
Image Description: A Kubb set which is made up of different wooden blocks.
Image Credit: https://www.amazon.co.uk/ApudArmis-Viking-Chess-Outdoor-Carrying/dp/B07ZFT4VBS/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=kubb+game&qid=1699888095&sr=8-5
Have you tried ChatGPT yet?
A friend told me she plugs in details about the recipient eg Help me pick a gift for my 16 year old niece that loves horses and reading
It gives you a whole list of ideas