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The holidays are rolling in and gift-giving is a primary part of the Christmas and New Year spirit.
The gesture is not only reserved for Westerners; Africans also exchange gifts including special food in some cases, to tighten the bond of friendship, partnership, and familial relations.
Naturally, everyone loves receiving presents; but the stress involved in finding a thoughtful gift for a loved one cannot be underrated.
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One goes the length to make it a little simpler for you to spoil your family and friends.
YEN.com.gh attempts to give you gift choices regardless of the person’s age which will surely spark joy and at the same time create memories.
Jewelry/ Fashion Accessories
People naturally prefer gifts that can last longer and always remind the receiver of the kindness of the giver. And, an ideal gift of such kind is jewelry.
There’s nothing better than getting your buddy the new iPhone. Nonetheless, be sure to get the person what he or she lacks to avoid an unappreciative gesture.
They are popular presents that can be gotten in the final days of the holiday season. Loads of African designers have stocked up waiting for you to grab one or two items for your loved ones.
Getting a loved one an all-paid vacation away from home can be a rejuvenating experience ahead of the new year.
Good old woven baskets filled with all kinds of edibles; this is a classic gift that never goes out of style during the holidays.
For the tea and coffee lovers, or those who love to sit back and relax, they can never have too many mugs.
Giving them custom mugs as gifts this holiday would be items they would truly love as they would become useful in their day-to-day activities.
There's nothing more contagious than getting loved ones portraits of themselves. They would eternally be grateful.
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