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Christmas gift ideas from Freedom

When I was asked to put together a Christmas gift guide by Freedom I wanted to do something a little different. Sure there are lots of great gifts in store for "him" and "her" and "me" but I wanted a challenge. I wanted to tackle the dreaded Work Secret Santa. I hate the Work Secret Santa. I always end up with out of date shortbread or a box of pens nicked from the stationery cupboard. Check out my suggestions from Freedom. All under $25 and starting as low as $6.95.

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My second collection is for the family member who has flown the nest this year. It's so exciting setting up a new home of your own but when you're just starting out all the money goes on the boring basics. Time for a little something extra, something to layer on the personality, something that's not secondhand from mum and dad.  And that something special doesn't have to be expensive just fabulous and fun. Thanks Freedom for the chance to put these guides together and family, if you want to know what to buy me... hint hint hint!

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This is a sponsored post in partnership with Freedom.


Reader Comments (2)

There are some really cute ideas here. Too bad the Freedom site where they link to has an annoying (huge) pop-up and, when you click on International Visitor to try to see the items, all of the pages redirect to a "sorry" 404.

5 Jan 2014 | Unregistered CommenterEmily

Hi Emily. I just tried by clicking the interrnational visitors (without a postcode or suburb in the box) and it worked for me. If you're still having trouble just use an Aussie postcode like 4000. That way you'll get to see the prices in AUS dollars. No prices if you use the international.

5 Jan 2014 | Registered Commentermidcenturyjo

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