To help you out we’re sharing Top Tips for Shopping Season Hits and a few wonderful ways to buy, eat and experience local. Click here for the intro.
First up is Melissa Wong! This millenial is a fan of fast, safe, fun shopping for gifts that are green.
We're a family of four (two parents and us kids), and our family and friends are a crowd of wonderful gift-givers and holiday decorators so the holiday season is always very merry.
It is tempting to just buy Amazon gift cards this year – online buying is all the rage – but I want to support local businesses.
As a means of keeping things local and green this Christmas, I am making an attempt to shop locally and ethically at reasonable prices. I like the idea of giving experiences.
Here are some SHOPPING HITS:
And for me, I am asking Santa Claus to put a large external hard drive to store my data in my stocking this Christmas.
If you want to find other great places to look for experiential gifts, check out the experience section on Guide to the Good
Next up is Kim Todd, Gen Xer and fan of Gift by the Group.
Tune in Monday, November 29, 2021.
Melissa Wong is a videographer, writer, poet and Digital and Sustainability Co-ordinator for Guide to the Good.
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