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Yogabliss

Holliday Gifts

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Funny that you say this because yesterday my sister declared to me what she was getting me as a present! This isn't exactly yoga gear, but given the healthy discussion about runners in the "Workouts" part of the forum, this might work for others too.

 

After I got back from a run yesterday, my sister suggested wearing a reflective armband that lights up to wear while running at dusk.  She actually used them while taking her kids out for Halloween.  After I told her I wasn't sure what she was talking about, she then said, "Ok, that's what I'm getting you for Christmas."  We don't have stockings, so, I don't mind small gifts!   Even though I avoid running when it's dark, the sun sets at 5 pm now, and we're treating it as insurance in case it gets dark before I get home.

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Okay, this also isn't yoga gear, but I just discovered this hand cream:

 

http://www.ulta.com/ulta/browse/productDetail.jsp?productId=xlsImpprod6480834

 

and I am getting it for all the ladies on my list who live in cold climates. It is SO moisturizing and smells incredible--a little hint of the beach for the winter.

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My family usually pick one person per year and get each other a chosen gift rather than buying everyone small gifts. I've been inspired by another thread here to ask for some really nice mala beads from my gift buyer this year. I love mala bracelets, too. 

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I've just bought myself an early Christmas present which I love - the Libre Tea Glass. Great if you like loose leaf tea or drinking on the move. I use it at work as I have to have a cover/lid over my drink, plus it keeps it warm for hours if i'm too busy to have a slurp! You can also put a teabag in the filter instead of leaves (I mix it up) and you can either steep and remove or steep and leave in - see video link below.

 

http://www.libretea.com/how-to-use-your-libre-tea-glass/

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Libre-Thermal-Tea-Glass-Ounce/dp/B005XUD496/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1417622187&sr=8-2&keywords=libre+tea

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