I am back with another gift guide! Here are nine ideas for Gifts for the Person Who Has EVERYTHING!
We all know that person.
And we probably have at least one of those people on our gift lists.
Heck, we may actually be ‘that’ person!
That person who says, “Gosh, I really don’t need anything” when queried for gift ideas. And they are probably telling the truth.
But what do you do when you really want to gift them something?
You’ve got to think outside of the box.
Here are several ‘outside of the box’ gifts for the person who has everything.
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A subscription to Lumosity. Terry and I have a subscription and I can see the improvement in my memory skills. Plus, I enjoy the competition with myself…I just like to see that I do better than the day before.
A subscription to Audible. There are so many reasons to love Audible. It’s a great gift for the traveler, for the commuter, for those who have difficulty reading, for those who need something to listen to while in the gym, walking or running. I have also streamed my Audible books over my Echo (which is another great gift!) while working on a project in my home.
A Gift Certificate for a Massage or a Manicure/Pedicure. I don’t know about you, but there will never be a time when a Massage or Manicure is not a welcome gift.
Car Wash Gift Certificates or a Certificate for Car Detailing. This is a gift that both my mom and I have requested and have so enjoyed. There is nothing better than a clean and shiny car!
A Floral Delivery Subscription. A rule of thumb for gift-giving is whether or not I would like to receive the gift I am considering. Without a doubt, I would love to receive a regular delivery of fresh flowers.
We have given donations to charity in the name of some of our family members. Two of our favorite charities to support are the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and Heifer International. If you know a cause near and dear to their heart, then a donation to that charity will surely be appreciated.
Tickets to a movie, theatre or concert. Maybe paired with a restaurant certificate and an Uber gift card. This has been a gift we’ve been giving my parents recently as they truly have everything they need.
When all else fails, you can’t go wrong with an Amazon Gift Card. In fact, there are several people on my gift list who request Amazon Gift Cards.
OK, admit it. You are curious. Or is it just me? Those Ancestry DNA kits are just so intriguing!
What have I forgotten or missed? What are your go-to gifts for that person who has everything?
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