Gift Giving

THE ART OF GIFT GIVING     

Did you know that gift giving is an ancient tradition ranging back to the dawn of time? Giving a gift is a universal way to show interest, appreciation and gratitude. One thing is for sure, gifting has many positive psychological benefits.

But here's something that might surprise you. Psychologists have found that it isn't just the receiver who benefits - but the giver is the one to get most of the positive rewards. You see, giving - thoughtful, generous giving - makes us feel good. It usually has nothing to do with the material value, and everything with the thought and intention behind it. When we give without expecting anything in return, we are improving our emotional and mental well-being.

And can we please not forget self-gifting! A most important and self-loving act. 

We've seen a surge in practicing gratitude and gifting during the pandemic. Whether it's NHS staff, key workers, teachers, neighbours, employees - even strangers who just reached out in times of crisis. We are all more appreciative.

Although gift-giving can be a wonderful practice, choosing the right gift for a colleague, friend or loved one can cause a range of emotions from joy to anxiety. 

We are here to help

Feel free to reach out if you're not sure which Mapology Guides to gift your recipient. We'll be just too happy to advise.

We'll also gift wrap the maps for you in our signature wrapping style and send a hand-written postcard (with your message) at no extra cost.

Or you might wish to choose our PRINT of the gratitude map, which can be personalised with a dedicated message. We'll soon be releasing a print of our brand new Mapology Guide: 'WHO ARE YOU?' Playful ways to discover your true self. If you wanted a specific size, just ping us a message.

In any case, we offer FREE UK postage for orders over £10 - we ship internationally and have kept the rates as low as possible.

As an alternative, you always have the option to send a gift card. Some people appreciate being able to choose for themselves.