It’s Friday once again! And the last one before Christmas! Have you finished your Christmas shopping, or are you taking this weekend as a last chance to get out and buy everything you can lay your hands on? Well, today I wanted to share with you the presents I would be gifting if I won the lottery. This post contains affiliate links.
Some of you may remember my post from a few weeks back about If I Won The Lottery – this post is kinda like that! Except instead of buying houses for people or cars, I’m looking at the Christmas gifts I would give.
Christmas Gifts for Mum
So Mum always loves some new clothes, and although I know she would really love just the money and time to redecorate the house into exactly what she imagines it could be, I would most likely gift her either lifetime membership to the Ulster Rugby or a lovely Carissima Gold 9 ct 2 Colour Gold Diamond Cut Wave Link Bracelet. Another option would be to buy her a top of the range FitBit [aff].
Money No Object Christmas Gifts for Dad
Dad loves his technology. And while I know he would love a top of the range iPhone, or any technology really, the Christmas present I would buy for him if I won the lottery would have to be an entire new wardrobe of clothes from the brands he loves such as Polo, Hilfiger, and Boss [aff]. Dad really isn’t one for shopping from M&S or Next! Or if that wouldn’t suffice, I’d probably get him this golf game tracker [aff] to help him improve his golfing game!
Gifts for Rachel If I Won The Lottery
Rachel, Rachel, Rachel… what do you buy for a sister? She doesn’t wear jewellery much anymore, and I can’t think of any “things” that I would buy her. If she weren’t living in her flat anymore, I would buy her the dog she’s wanted from a young age – a St Bernard puppy! And all the accessories and tools [aff] that she would need to care for the dog.
Now if I won the lottery I would of course have to buy myself a few Christmas gifts…
Christmas Gifts for Me If I Won The Lottery
Now I would obviously treat myself to my dream home and my dream Christmas decorations that I covered in yesterday’s new post on my out-of-this-world Christmas home! But what I would really love to buy for myself would either be a Dyson hairdryer or this Philips Lumea Prestige IPL Cordless Hair Removal Device [aff].
What would you buy as Christmas gifts for your friends and family if money were no object? Is there anything on my list that you would bookmark for yourself or family?
Obviously there are a lot more people I would buy presents for, but I wanted to just focus on the three main people in my family and what I would buy for them. I wish I could spoil them all all the time, but who knows maybe next year will be the year I can afford to buy them the presents they deserve. Actually, on that note, I recently saw someone share this:
Someone buys you a present at £20 but you don’t like it. What you should remember is that that person likely works for approx £8 an hour. That person worked 2 and a half hours minimum (cos let’s face it, tax) to be able to buy you a present they thought you’d like. So instead of complaining that you don’t like it, think about the sentiment with which it was given. Gifts don’t have to cost an arm and a leg just to mean someone is important to you.
See you tomorrow for a new exciting post! PS – it’s only 7 more sleeps until Christmas!