0 Have your say Buying gifts for people is not an easy endeavour these days. With so much choice it is difficult sometimes to work what to buy and who for. This gets harder the older the potential recipient. Us blokes usually get a bottle of our favourite tipple, socks or a gadget. Of course there is always the easy option – bottle of champagne. But trying to get that something special for someone, while demonstrating that you have made a real and true effort to think it through, takes time and lots of mental energy. Not to mention a few trips to the shops. Help is at hand and it seems very much appreciated by all parties. Viva la subscription box.The subscription box for those of you who have never come across it, is essentially just that. You pay a monthly subscription for a set period of time. This could be just the one month or up to a year. The box is then curated, packaged and dispatched to whomever and wherever you desire. Most are letterbox friendly, although these days that may not even matter, with so many options for delivery to your place of work or direct… Read full this story
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