Since the Covid-19 pandemic, people are spending more time at home. The self-isolation causes loneliness and anxiety in most people. While Australia’s Department of Health is doing its part to address mental health issues, we can also find a practical way to cheer up our friends and family – giving gifts.
The act of gift-giving has psychological benefits for both the giver and the recipient. The giver experiences an emotional high when searching for a special gift. The recipient, on the other hand, feels special and appreciated.
If you want to share this positive experience, here are some unique gift ideas.
For Those Working from Home
Based on the latest research, around 32 percent of Australians have been “working from home” since the pandemic started. Although remote work has its advantages, most workers experience longer workdays - video conferencing and catching up on emails.
How about adding some fun to work with the following gifts?
For the Organiser
Now that the entire family is at home, this means more time to clean and be organized. Here are some unique gift ideas to solve the problem:
For Those Who Need Grooming at Home
While barbershops and salons are closed during the pandemic, most people are grooming themselves at home. Wives have started cutting their husband’s hair. Here are some grooming tools that are also great gift ideas:
For the Family’s Entertainment Needs
Now is the best time for the family to play games and watch movies. Based on a recent article, staying home resulted in people consuming more digital content. What better way for your friends to enjoy the experience than to give the following unique gift ideas:
All these unique gift ideas are available online. So, despite the pandemic, take the opportunity to make someone else’s day special.