I don’t know if I am the only one who has this problem (Linda definitely doesn’t), but most years when November rolls around people start asking me what I want for Christmas and I normally don’t have much of an answer. Believe me, it isn’t because I have fully mastered the art of being content , but more that I just forget about the things that I want. I really need some gift ideas too! As difficult a time I often have coming up with ideas of stuff to put on my own Christmas list, I also often need some inspiration when picking out gifts for others. So where am I going with all this? Well, here is my idea. What if you commented below with some gift ideas you have for this year, then I can take all of the comments and create a new article that can kind of be an inspiration guide for people like myself who need some ideas! Giveaway! Tell us what you want for Christmas in the comments and you may just win it! You can write things like 5-carat diamond earrings or a new BMW, but you probably won’t win (this year anyway). So just write some slightly more modest gift ideas that you have on your wishlist! Definitely leave multiple gift ideas if you have them, the goal is for us to all help each other out! I will pick a couple winners on 11/14 and will have a post of gift ideas to follow shortly after for us all to use. Photo: Doremi | Shutterstock Related Articles: 12 cool Christmas gift ideas Giant diamond found in Africa 12 cool Christmas gift ideas for girls No money for Christmas? Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas! Gift Cards: How To Manage Them Wisely How To Best Save Money During The Christmas Rush Bob enjoys dark chocolate, paying off debt, giving, Foosball, loose-leaf tea, helping people succeed, learning, anything God created, playing guitar, doing things the “long” way, Philippians, excellence, Chick-Fil-A, and making his wife smile. He started ChristianPF in 2007 and Co-Founded Blogging Your Passion in 2011. Find him on Facebook & Twitter . The articles on this site are for entertainment purposes and should not be taken as financial advice. Please contact a financial professional for specific advice regarding your situation. Also, many of the CPF articles help us pay the bills by using affiliate relationships with Amazon, Google, eBay and others. Find out more here .