secret santa

You can still take part in Secret Santa, despite Covid-19.
It can be the most difficult present to buy, so here's a helping hand.
Taking the struggle out of Secret Santa shopping with Poundland who have launched a handy range of pre-wrapped presents for, you guessed it, a £1. Described as ‘borderline offensive’ by the budget shop, you are buying blind and risk gifting your colleague’s something potentially wildly inappropriate, but will have £9 spare to spend on yourself. Swings and roundabouts eh? So in the spirit of Christmas and for some festive fun, six of our HuffPost team swapped the presents with each other. Here’s what we thought.
Quirky presents that don’t cost a fortune.
Promotional feature from Cadbury
Kindness really is contagious
It’s so easy for us to look back at 2017 and focus on the negativity - the disasters, the destruction and the political chaos
Shocking statistics suggest that 99% of the presents we buy each year are not being used just six months on, and already
Shocking statistics suggest that 99% of the presents we buy each year are not being used just six months on, and already
The New Zealand postal service collects all gifts in a central hub and distributes them, meaning you never have to disclose your address to a stranger.