Some people are easy to shop for. Others are not. Do you have need to buy a holiday gift this Christmas season for someone who seems to have everything and/or who seems to not need anything? If so, check out this list of 10 ideas because they might be of help. Oh, and Merry Christmas!
- A gold toothpick. Why not? They actually come in many varieties.
- A book that you have written. Preferably it would pertain to the person to whom you are giving the gift. Print-on-demand printing sites are relatively cheap nowadays, so if you spend a year getting a book ready, you could have it printed and ready to go by next Christmas.
- Gift card. Okay, this one could seem a bit generic and impersonal, but if you’re at a total loss as to what to get, why not? It helps if the card is to a store or site which you know is a favorite of the person receiving the gift, but a card to a general store (ie. Walmart) can do in a pinch.
- Homemade, personal coupons. The kind where you do the person a favor, such as wash their car or mow their yard, give them a back rub, etc. Make sure it’s something appropriate for the type of relationship you have with the person. Draw the coupon on a graphic program on your computer and try to make it look like a real coupon, with an expiration date and everything.
- A Kindle, or other e-reader, like the Nook. Why not? That way they could read whatever they want.
- A trip. Kind of like a mini-vacation. Take them someplace they’ve never been before.
- A newspaper reprint from the day the person was born.
- An umbrella. Yes, it’s not the most exciting gift. But everyone needs one from time to time.
- A personalized coffee mug. Even if they don’t drink coffee, they can still use the mug for other drinks. Zazzle is a good site for making and finding a personalized coffee mug. You can even include photos on the mugs.
- A month club membership. Month clubs can make an amazing gift, and it’s a gift that keeps on giving the whole year long. Find out if the person you’re giving a gift to has a favorite food or drink, maybe cake or beer or anything, and then get them a member ship in a month club that will send them various versions of that food or cake each month, or every other month or every few months. Each club is different.
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