10 Last-Minute Christmas Gift Ideas

Are you looking for last-minute Christmas gift ideas? Use the Internet to find the best digital Christmas gift options to finish the rest of the shopping. Print your gift, slip the copy into a card, and you are done. Check out the following for last-minute Christmas gift ideas.

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  1. Gift Cards: Almost all major retailers offer gift card options. Also a gift card is a great way to purchase groceries for a person who may need a little extra help with food.
  2. Magazine Subscription: Magazine delivery can be in print or digital form. Your gift will last throughout the entire year.
  3. Subscription Box: From the Wizarding World to foods around the world, a subscription box has something for everyone. The boxes can be a one-time purchase or longer.
  4. Concert Tickets: Going to a concert is a great gift. The tickets will easily turn into a lasting memory.
  5. Movie Tickets: Popcorn, candy, and a pair of movie tickets are a perfect last minute Christmas gift.
  6. Theater Tickets to Live Performances: Tickets to a live performance is a great gift for the theater lover on your list.
  7. Restaurant Gift Certificates: Buy a meal at a local restaurant to be delivered. Or purchase a gift certificate to use later.
  8. On-Line Classes: Do you have a person on your list interested in photography, writing, cooking, or crafting? Purchase an online class for further inspiration.
  9. Car Related: Does someone on your list need a tune-up, oil change, or new tires? Purchase the car related maintenance to use later.
  10. Pay a Bill: Often the best way to help someone at Christmas is offering to a bill. The gesture is a great gift especially for someone on a limited budget.

Merry Christmas!

20 Christmas Gift Ideas for Writers

Do you have an inspiring writer on your list? Or do you want to encourage someone to pursue writing? It’s okay to admit, it’s you. Buying yourself a Christmas gift is always a good idea.

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Do you need Christmas gift ideas for all the writers on your list? Check out the following list. There is something for everyone.

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  1. Journals: Writers tend to carry some sort of writing paper wherever they go.
  2. Pens: Every writer needs a good pen.
  3. Online Courses: Check out Udemy or other online courses to help inspire and educate your inspiring writer.
  4. Books on Writing: From publishing markets to correct grammer, books on writing are always a good resource tool.
  5. Literary Magazines: Yes, a writing magazine is a great gift that last throughout the year. But you can also purchase magazines that interest the writer.
  6. Noise Cancelling Headphones: Sometimes you just need to tune the world out and write.
  7. Writer’s Mug: Hot tea or coffee is a great companion when you are writing your thoughts.
  8. Kindle or Other E-Reader: For writers, reading is just as important as writing.
  9. Bookends: Who doesn’t love a creative pair of bookends?
  10. T-Shirts: Time to be comfy.
  11. Post It Notes: Get ready, you may find sticky notes everywhere.
  12. Planner: Time to get organized.
  13. Messenger Bag: A nice bag is essential when trying to find inspiration at a local coffee shop or park.
  14. Writer’s Gloves: Writer months require warm hands to type.
  15. Paperclips: Be careful, you may spend more time stringing the paperclips together than using them in your writing.
  16. Pencil Sharpener: A box of pencils and an electric pencil sharpener are a wonderful gift.
  17. Desk Lamp: Proper lighting is critical for spending long intervals at the computer.
  18. Book Light: Yes, a book light is a great Christmas gift. Many writers like to relax at the end of the day by reading a book in bed.
  19. Desk Organizer: A useful tool when you have multiple projects going at once.
  20. Editing Software: A great resource tool to catch errors before turning your writing piece into a professionsl.

Happy Writing! Merry Christmas!

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