Christmas is fast approaching. If there are some people in your life that you’re not sure what to get them or if you should even get them a gift, check out our To Give or Not to Give Flowchart below!

To Give or Not to Give Flow Chart

1. Secret Santa!

Giving individuals within a group of people who all know each other, whether it’s your coworkers or a group of friends, can get pretty expensive. Instead of getting every single person an individual gift, suggest doing a Secret Santa exchange. By doing so, everyone gets a gift, but no one is having to spend hundreds of dollars.

2. Re-evaluate

If you don’t want to get this person a gift to show you care, you should re-evaluate the situation. Try to come up with another creative way to express your feelings. If you just don’t want to do anything because you don’t care, then you should probably re-evaluate that relationship.

3. DIY

For those people in your lives who are just acquaintances, yet you still want to show them how much you care, try our Cookies in a Jar DIY gift! It’s very simple to do, and the recipe is delicious. This is a nifty gift for a neighbor you appreciate or the mailman who greets you!

4. Definite Yes!

This person may be one of your parents, a sibling, a bestie, your significant other or anyone else you hold dear. No matter which of those this person is, you should definitely get them something to show you care. If you are in need of some ideas, check out the LC’s Gift Guide. From stylish scarves to stunning pendants, there is a gift for practically anyone.

5. Family Gift

For your extended family, it’s a good idea to get them something for the entire household. Whether it is wall art that really goes with their personality or any other home decor item that will remind them of you, something for the entire family is always a great gift.

6. Holiday Card

There are so many gorgeous and creative designs that you can find for holiday cards. Pick something unique and write loving words for your extended family. They’ll really appreciate the effort you took to wish them a happy holiday.