Kindness Gifts for Friends, Coworkers and Teachers
We all need a little bit of kindness every now and again. And what better way to spread a bit of joy than by popping a little kindness gift in the post to someone you know. Whether it’s a friend, someone you work with or a teacher, we all know people that could do with a bit of appreciation.
Little gifts of kindness don’t have to cost much, a simple packet of biscuits or a few savoury snacks is a great gift, or you could send someone you care about something you know they’ll really love for no reason other than the fact that you can.
Generosity and kindness are also proven to be good for your mental health so you get something out of it as well.
Kindness Gifts for Friends
Random acts of kindness are often directed at strangers, people we have never met and quite possibly never will. We are hopefully kind to our friends all the time but sometimes someone we are close to deserves or needs a little bit of extra kindness and a small kindness gift could be just the thing.
You know your friends and what they will enjoy better than anyone. But just in case you are stuck for ideas we highly recommend chocolate, bath bombs or shower fizzers, candles, an insulated travel mug.
Or why not go with something a bit different and send them a Djeco colouring or origami set for a bit of creative mindfulness.
Kindness Gifts for Coworkers
Most people’s working life has changed somewhat over the last 12 months. Whether you are working form home or socially distancing at work or simply not able to give your co-workers a hug we think there’s no better time than now to send a random act of kindness gift to someone you work with and make them smile.
There are loads of great edible gifts that make a great alternative to buying someone lunch or a coffee at work. Or why not check out our eco-friendly range of products from wax wraps to washing up brushes.
Kindness Gifts for Teachers
If you are a parent then you will know how important teachers are and how easy it is to take them for granted. Kindness gifts don’t have to be expensive, a little card and a bar of chocolate or a bath bomb at the end of a long week could be just the thing to let them know that you appreciate everything they do.
Insulated cups or bottles are popular teacher gifts to allow them to maybe get a hot cup of tea or coffee at some point during the day. Candles also make a great gift for teachers and we really love the new library candles from Paddy Wax that come in a great reusable tin that would be the perfect size for paperclips, erasers and other stationary bits and bobs.
And don’t forget if you have children then you’ve probably been a teacher yourself far more than you normally would be this year which we think means you deserve a kindness gift as well.
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