christmas shopping

If, like me, you leave 'it' until the last minute you'll know how stressful it can be. Panic lists, crowds, panic buys, crowds, panic attacks...CROWDS. Come Christmas eve, whilst my smug, organised friends are relaxing by the tree sipping mulled wine, I'm the one running up and down Oxford Street, crying.
Having lived in three countries and a half-dozen cities, I've been lucky enough to have the opportunity to discover different cultures and lifestyles. As well as opening my mind, this has opened my wallet to different and unique shopping opportunities.
It's like clockwork at this time of year, the leaves turn, the air starts to chill - and with the first signs of red and green I start to breakout in a cold sweat. But given my job working with I do actually have some tricks up my sleeve. So I'll share a few secrets to help you make it through the festive period...
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