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If you haven't already got your Christmas gift plans finalised and perfected, then a gift card is probably looking like a pretty good option about now. As our 12 days of perfect Christmas planning nears its conclusion, here's a few gift card tricks to be aware of.
No matter how hi-tech your Christmas, at a certain point you'll end up collapsing in front of the box. Our 12 days of perfect Christmas planning continues with a guide to what's worth watching over Christmas.
If you haven't finalised your Christmas decorations yet or wrapped all the gifts, there's still time to make a splash. Our 12 days of perfect Christmas planning continues with our favourite DIY decorating tips.
Christmas is often the season of conspicuous consumption, but you can celebrate the season without trashing the planet. The Ethical Consumer Guide has a roundup on how to plan a more ethical approach to Christmas -- a useful addition to our 12 days of perfect Christmas planning if you're so inclined.
It might be the weekend, but our 12 days of perfect Christmas planning continues. And that highlights one of the most insidious risks to the Christmas break: the intrusion of work into our annual holidays.
Our 12 days of perfect Christmas planning today tackles one of the more common present options: giving a mobile phone. It's a popular and often welcome choice, but make sure it really is the gift that keeps on giving by working through this checklist.
Our 12 days of perfect Christmas planning cuts to the crunch: how can you stop your Christmas spending spiralling out of control? Here's some tactics for making your Christmas budget more manageable.
Our 12 days of perfect Christmas planning goes right back to basics today: what do you need to plan? Here's 12 categories where making lists will help you out.
Our 12 days of perfect Christmas planning continues with the ultimate guide to getting the right selection of tunes for your big day. From smart iTunes playlists to YouTube compilations, we've got you covered.
Our 12 days of perfect Christmas planning kick off with a perennial challenge to a stress-free Christmas: travel. Whether your Christmas plans take you into the next suburb or across the world, here's some key strategies to make it as easy as possible.
Here's a Christmas fable for you: you're walking into your nearest Apple store and you spot a homeless man outside on the streets. Suffused with seasonal good cheer, you decide you will purchase something for this unfortunate citizen inside Steve's temple of beautifully designed tech. What should you pick?
Christmas is fast approaching, and we've been offering lots of gift ideas. For the next fortnight, we'll be focusing on the techniques and approaches you need to make a perfect Christmas and a stress free holiday break.
It's the curse of Christmas: you know the relatives are going to ask you to fix their terrible PC. We've offered guidance for that in the past, but here's some gift suggestions to ease the burden in the future.
We've already covered a bunch of gift categories in our Lifehacker gift guide. This week, we're offering up budget, quality and luxury ideas for specific groups of recipients. First up: students.
A hacker can't be printing their own T-shirts all the time. Here's some options for adding to your gift list, though do try and check sizes in advance. No-one likes getting a 3XL if they don't need one.