Christmas Gift Guide for Professionals

Nobody likes going back to work after the holidays.

The long cold commutes, with no money and no prospect of another break on the horizon, is enough to bring out the Grinch in anyone.

So, instead of stealing somebody else’s Christmas, why not make that return to work a little bit more palatable?

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Here’s my Christmas Gift Guide for Professionals…

A PORTABLE KEYBOARD

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The Penclic KB3 Mini Keyboard is perfect for getting work done on the go. The lightweight Bluetooth keyboard connects quickly to your iPad and lasts for hours. You’ll feel so much better when you’ve responded to all of your emails on the train journey home.

Get it here for £79.99

A PLANNER

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As the year draws to a close, it’s important to be on top of things. This weekly planner from Ryman is perfect for staying organised and motivated throughout the year. It has handy sections for each day, as well as an ongoing ‘to do’ list to make sure odd jobs don’t get forgotten.

Get it here for £6.99

FESTIVE FRAMES

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One way to walk back into the office in style is by wearing a new pair of festive frames. Vision Express offer a huge range of glasses from just £39, so there’s lots of choices should you want to treat yourself, or anybody else, ahead of Christmas.

Get this pair here for £159

A NOTEBOOK

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An embossed notebook is a perfect gift to brighten up somebody’s working day. Scaramanga’s handmade leather journal can be personalised with a name or message. Their simple wrap and tie design, paired with quality materials, makes for a lovely gift.

Get it here for £21

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Or if you’re looking for something a little sleeker, this metallic Leuchtturm 1917 Notebook adds a bit of shine to a dull desk.

Get it here for £16.50

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For something special, AT Cross have a lovely range of journals and pens. I love this classic white leather notebook, complete with a pen holder in the spine.

Get it here for £15.00

A WRITING SET

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And everybody loves pretty correspondence after Christmas, so stationery for writing thank you cards with is a practical, yet stylish gift. I love the Kate Spade range, which has simple and glamorous designs. Or, for a really unique present, À L’aise make beautiful bespoke stationery, with your name printed on the header.

Get the À L’aise cards for £29.95 here

Get the Kate Spade cards for £15 here

A CARD HOLDER

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I hate carrying around a big purse and, in the world of contactless, a high-quality card holder prevents me from rummaging around in my handbag. This design from new luxury travel brand Melita Latham has room for all your cards and a couple of notes – what else do you need?! It’s the perfect present for chic professionals.

Coming soon to Melita Latham

A SPEAKER

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What better way to increase productivity than with your favourite music? The Libratone ZIPP MINI is a portable speaker that has all the audio quality of a normal sound system. It connects via WiFi and Bluetooth, so perfect for any device at home or on the move and it lasts for up to 10 hours.

Get it here for £149

A PHONE CASE

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These handmade leather cases by JooJoobs are perfect for the professional who is always on their phone! They have slots for cards and money, as well as protecting your mobile. And, if you want to add a special touch, they can emboss initials on it too.

Get it here for £29.33

So that’s my pick of presents for professionals. Have you seen my gift guide for the home?

Thanks for reading and happy Xmas shopping!

C x


The items in this post were gifted to me for the purposes of the review but all opinions are my own

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