Christmas Gift Ideas for the Amazing People on Your List

Christmas Gift Ideas for the Amazing People on Your List

Christmas gift ideas are fuelling our minds at the moment as the festive season is here. The thrill of brainstorming ideas for Christmas gifts and fun games to play makes this season joyful. One of the greatest gifts that your amazing family or friends receive is the gift of inspiration via diaries, journal and planners.

“For somehow, not only at Christmas, but all the long year through, the joy you give to others, is the joy that comes back to you.” – John Greenleaf Whittier

A big part of this season is the giving and receiving of gifts. Gifting perfectly to those special people in your life makes the season more exceptional. If you need a prod of inspiration, why not give the gift that keeps on giving all year through, in the form of a beautifully bound journal, diary, or inspirational planner?

Everyone on your gift list has the opportunity to receive inspiration:

We all know a busy woman who can be a beloved aunt, sister, mother-in-law, or niece. We most likely been raised by one. If you’re a mother, you might even have raised one yourself. The Busy Women Diary or Daily Planner, Gratitude Journal, and the Daily Guide to Wellbeing are all phenomenal Christmas gifts ideas to consider for the busy woman in your life.

The Get up and Go Daily Planner for Busy Women

It has a page a day designated to organizing and planning with ideal opportunities for reflection. It’s handy, too, all bound in a beautiful A5 size hardback. Colourful illustrated, it is full of inspirational quotes, daily motivations, monthly goals, and regular check-ins.

The Get Up and Go Diary for Busy Women is an opportunity to connect with what’s important, and to be inspired and encouraged by who you are in the face of life’s challenges. Is there a woman out there who will not benefit from the time to reflect on and appreciate who she is and all the good that she does?

The Daily Guide to Wellbeing provides daily reminders of what it takes to keep well, not just diet and exercise, sprinkled with lovely pictures and inspiring quotes. This is a guide to the power of self-speak, listening, connecting with others, and self-care in balancing a personal perspective to life. It is complete with healthy recipes and tracking of diet, exercise, and wellbeing goals.

The Irish Get Up and Go Diary is the signature diary in this range. It inspires and motivates, but with a difference and is dotted with the most beautiful pictures. Daily challenges are overcome and the get up and go is easily resumed through encouraging and guiding the reader using personal goals, dreams, and visions of the future.

The Get Up and Go Diary is much like the signature The Irish Get Up and Go Diary, but it’s for English-speaking cultures rather than specifically for the Irish market. It inspires and motivates and encourages and empowers the reader to get up and go, with the help of this beautifully illustrated book.

A few more suggestions on choosing which diary for whom

Still unsure which book to choose for whom? Not to worry, we have done the homework for you in deciding the ideal choice to show the thought behind your gift:

Let’s not forget Grandma, the soft place to land in anyone’s books. Why not inspire her with her very own Daily Guide to Wellbeing, a Gratitude Journal, or the Irish Get Up and Go Diary.

Where would we be without the men in our lives? Dad, grandfather, brother, boyfriend, uncle, or nephew would all be impressed with their own copy of the Gratitude Journal, Genius Journal, Irish Diary, or Daily Guide to Wellbeing.

Christmas is for children and the colourful Young Person’s Diary is perfect as a diary with a difference for youngsters aged 8 to 12, although it is suitable for all ages. The diary inspires, motivates, encourages, and empowers the reader to consider life from a different perspective. It fosters exploration and resilience, helps youngsters deal with challenges, and paves the way for the realities they will be facing. Who doesn’t appreciate an inspiring quote at the start of the day? Couple this with wonderful illustrations, profound wisdom shared, daily motivational messages, and inspiring stories, and you’re all set for a year of good things. The monthly Goals Page works through personal goals, dreams, and action plans, to promote a ‘get up and go’ attitude.

Teenagers get the Gratitude Journal to inspire their ‘get up and go,’ all beautifully bound in an A5 format in which to record whatever motivates gratitude.

The Leadership Journal serves to enhance our leadership as a trusted and inspiring leader by embracing  Self Awareness, embarking on Self Mastery and owning your Self expression. Unleash your own leadership potential and allow others to unleash theirs. Add this journal as part Christmas gift ideas for colleagues.

Merry Gifting, to you and your love ones.

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  1. Thank you all for your work, wonderful diaries that l keep in a press for reference of beautiful quotes & readings.I absolutely love the Irish sayings especially as Gaeilge and have had some written on glasses and some other funny Irish quotes because I remember my father &grandfather using these phrases as Gaeilge growing up & we knew exactly what they meant as Our Irish language was always apart of who we are and my two grown up children hold our Irish language very close to their hearts.Wishyou all a peacefull & safe Christmas. Go raibh mhaith agat agus Nollaig Shona.

    1. I have just been reading through your gift ideas & my husband said would you have diaries for younger children..Or Grand daughter is5& a half and enjoys planning little things & writing down a Dr App.or her after school days and what she is doing. I think that she may have this trait from her Nana and her Mammy.

      1. Hi Mary

        Thank you for your enquiry.

        We have the Get Up and Go Diary for Young Persons.

        It is for the 8 to 12/13 age group and it sells at €12/£10.

        It is amazing the way traits are inherited.

    2. Hi Mary

      Thank you for kind comments.

      It is great to keep the Irish Language alive, so many things can be said so well as Gaeilge and great that the quotes bring back memories of your father and grandfather.

      Nollaig shona agus athbhliain faoi mhaise daoibh.


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