Lego Builder iPhone Case – This can be found here and is a really cute gift.
Dumbbell Alarm Clock – Found here, this could be a silly gift to a colleague who perpetually comes late to the job.
Soft embossed Oxford Shoes – You might have to sneak these to whoever the lucky sod on the receiving end is. Found here.
Versus Versace Black Saffiano Leather Safety Pin Shopping Bag
– Found here, this is such a statement gift to that work colleague you have eyes on.
..tis the season to be jolly, tralalalalalalalala.. *whoop* *whoop*. I am really trying to immerse myself in the whole Christmas shenanigan.
Truthfully, I am not one to be excessively excited during the yuletide but I always make an effort to appreciate the real reason for the season and try to glorify Jesus, his parents and the Holy Spirit, most especially his mum for gifting us with the Nativity.
This week guess how many features we’ve got?
Well, quite a number of working ladies and gents who are going to share their Christmas wish lists.
You should hopefully be inspired if struggling to decide on what to get your friends and foes alike or basically just be enthralled.
A lot of offices make this period fun by playing the secret santa game amongst teams/units. Whatever the case may be at your work place, when getting gifts for colleagues, its best to keep it simple, no need to attract raised eyebrows.
Not a fan of office romance but the only reason to go a bit over board is if you fancy him or her.. then yes! This is the season to get something that could be suggestive or set the tone for…
…then the people spoke.
1.) The Social Worker (Canada)
Goke: Gummy Bears. I really love them, could eat 3 packs in one day.
I actually want a Mini Cooper S, but I’ll settle for Gummies..
For gummy bear lovers out there, found so many people suggest online that soaking em in vodka or some form of alcohol is a fun way to have em.
2.) The Trainee (Abuja)
Seember: I would love a return ticket to Dubia.
I really wanted to spend Christmas away from Nigeria and even though Dubai is a predominantly Muslim country, its a nice destination for some much needed recoup.
Lord knows I am long overdue for some peace and quiet. being able to pack up and leave these zones for a few days is not luxury, its a necessity for one’s sanity.
Tell me about traveling. I totally get where she is coming from.
3.) The Finance Advisor (London)
Greg: A Ted Baker Messenger Bag..
I have been using the same one for years.
You can get this good looking bag here.
4.) The Fashion Designer (Abuja)
Nonye: I would love love love to get a pair of Christian Louboutin Red Patent Leather Chilli Pointed Toe Pumps.
I have craved those pair of shoes since like forever but somehow, I haven’t gotten around to order a pair for myself and it would go with every of my outfits especially during this joyful Christmas season.
An Ipad Air though.
I’ve always wanted to change my blackberry playbook to an iPad as that restricts me from downloading certain apps I need as a business/work lady.
Extremely difficult to find these shoes in same colour in stock. Everything’s sold out. These 100mm pigalles here, are in a different colour and similar.
Argos had the lowest price for the tablet. Find here.
5.) The Cyber-security & Mgt. Student (Warwick)
Raymond: I want a PS4 and TLC.
This is just because I get lonely too often.
Click here for the PlayStation 4..
Hahaha at the second request, one can only hope Santa comes through. Here for great spa deals anyways.
6.) The Finance Guru (London)
Miriam: Jo Malone Gift Set.
I love her collection.
This is fast becoming a favourite amongst ladies in the UK. I have never tried any of her fragrances. Should correct that as soon as possible. For a wide variety of gift sets containing her stuff, click here.
7.) The Entrepreneur (Abuja)
Charles: For Christmas I would like a TSATSAS bag. They are beautifully minimal, suitably majestic and luxurious bags made by a German husband and wife design duo.
As I work for myself, I tend to carry around my office with me. My laptop, iPad, wallet, money, chargers, pens, these things need a home that accurately represents my personal style and the aesthetic I feel most comfortable with. At moment, I have a bag I was given as a Christmas present a few years ago. Its a Selfridges x Henry Holland cloth tote which just isn’t big or smart enough. Fingers crossed, I’ll get my bag. Santa knows I have been the portrait of goodness this year.
If I were Santa, you sure would be getting this trendy bag. All that explanation was so convincing.
Well, when you eventually uncross those fingers or if some admirer stumbles on this post, click here to request.
8.) The Photographer (London)
Wincey: I want chocolate from Selfridges, they are called Pink Champagne.
This is because there is nothing in life I want at the moment.
Aww bless your little cotton socks dear.. Here’s a real quick link to get these cute looking aphrodisiac.
9.) The Banker (Lagos)
Sina Yilu: I want a job for my girlfriend. 🙂
Eerrr, she needs not to be idle…and money too.
*insert tear drops*.. Such a thoughtful man. Gidijobs is a recruitment site for Nigerian jobs run by a friend of mine, its not that popular yet therefore your chances are high when you apply to a vacancy on here. Also for Customer Sales Roles in Lagos, send cv to email@example.com (you should have completed NYSC though).
10.) The User Experience Designer (London)
Antonia Anni: I’d love people to give more reason for the season, Christ.
Its your Life.
A Nintendo DS XL with game bundles.
I grew up gaming and its a part of my life but I do not have time these days to sit for the hours I’d love to on a PS or XBOX. Plus I gave my old DS out, so I’m in need of something bigger and better for my favourite games..
A DNA test from 23 and me..
I’m a curious person, maybe too curious sometimes but I’d really love to have information on my background, my genetic make up.. Its interesting and may blow my mind but its still amazing to know.
Giving more reason to the season involves you taking some time off partying and celebrating and putting some toward the actual birth of Christ, showing gratitude my the way you lead your lives and also helping those who are not as privileged as you are. If in Nigeria’s Lagos, Abuja or Benin, Christmas On The Streetz is a great way to give back, here for more information.
Click here for the Nintendo..
More about your ancestry and health related genetic tests here.
11.) The Information Analyst (Texas)
Moyo: A Microsoft Surface
I do not have a tablet anymore.
These look so innovative. 32GB can be found here.
12.) The Telecomm/Network Engineer (Philadelphia)
Ijeoma Illoh: I want shoes!!!!
I am a ‘shoeaholic’.
There is an actual website called shoeaholics run by Kurt Geiger where you find good deals for awesome shoes. For more information on online shopping sites click here.
13.) The Business Management Consultant (London)
Aditya: I do not really celebrate Christmas but I am gifting myself a holiday to Turkey for a week during the season. New Year in Istanbul.
Another member of the travel gang. Have a safe one!
14.) The Project Manager (Dusseldorf)
Olga: I want my friends, including you, to spend some time together like traveling or clubbing, because I miss those times in university when we used to travel around and have so much fun together.
Awwwww I miss you too darling. Don’t worry, our best days are ahead of us.
15.) The Accountant (London)
Feyi Fawehinmi: For Christmas I’d like a 24-70mm f/2.8 lens for my camera.
I feel I have outgrown my current basic lens and it’s time to start taking better pictures.
Last year, one of my New Year resolutions was to start taking more ‘professional’ photos. I think I’ve done that but now I want to take it one step further.
I need to include owning a camera in the first place, to my New Year resolutions. I might just be the one clicking here for related items.
Loads of gratitude to all the features of this week. This post would be on for more than just this week. Lovely lovely ideas guys, I thoroughly enjoyed putting this together. I hope your wishes come to pass.
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Do have a great week ahead.
“Its not enough to just to get traffic to your stores. You need to make the shoppers excited, happy and leave feeling that that they want to come back.” – John Varatos