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Help! Someone’s leaving and you need to find the perfect gift. Nothing too expensive (you’ve had a whip round, yes?), nothing too boisterous (HR might be there!), nothing too cheesy (you ARE gonna miss them after all). Fear not my friend — We’ve got lots of great ideas!

Whether it’s a friend or family member moving away, or somebody at work retiring or moving on to better things, all good things must come to an end. I Just Love It knows how hard saying goodbye is, so we’ve got all kinds of wonderful leaving presents to say goodbye for you.

When a close friend or family member moves away, it’s difficult for everyone involved. A parting gift can ease that pain and provide them with something to remember you by. Did you and your brother love going to the pub on weekends? Get him a personalised tankard so he can have a little piece of you with him each time he wants a pint. Is your lifelong friend moving out of the country? With this engraved pocket watch, they’ll remember you every time they need to check the time. It’s a real talking point because it's personalised too.

Bosses and coworkers aren’t always your favourite people, but there are some who make each day more bearable. Show your favourite boss or coworker how much you appreciated working with them with a work leaving present such as this personalised “leaving work” newspaper. Of course, if you know they fancy a nice drink now and then, a bottle of wine or whisky might be a better choice. Many of our wines and spirits can even be combined with chocolates, drinking glasses or an original vintage newspaper.

A small gift card can be appropriate for some occasions, but you have to pull out all the stops for leaving gifts. That’s why I Just Love It offers so many personalisable gifts. When you have somebody’s name engraved into the gift you get them, it shows that you care about the little details. If you have a friend, family member or coworker who’s going away, give them a gift they’ll never forget. That’s got to be better than some shopping vouchers, right?