Some people are just excruciating to shop for. They’re picky or have allergies or just don’t enjoy receiving presents. Whatever the reason may be, hopefully, this article can provide you with some ideas for those certain people.
If you’re shopping for a teenager or someone in their early 20’s, Apple AirPods have been a big hit. Unfortunately, these wireless earbuds cost around $150 brand new. My recommendation is to buy them refurbished off of a site like Amazon or eBay, where they’re closer to $80.
If someone you know is going off to college or moving next fall, or you’re looking to improve someone’s cooking skills, maybe a Crock-Pot would be an acceptable gift. Crock-Pots are easy to use, easy to clean up, and have little to no prep time for cooking meals. You basically just throw everything in the pot and it’s ready in a few hours. Crock-Pots are only about $35 on Amazon.
Little ones are a handful most of the time. Why not help out the parents by gifting them a subscription to Disney +? For $69.99, you can entertain the little rascals and give their mom and dad some downtime. Also, subscribing for a year saves you money in the long run, rather than paying $6.99 a month (which would be $83.88 if you paid monthly for a year).
For your favorite Boomer, I would recommend a book titled “My Online Privacy for Seniors” by Jason Rich (he is only 41 though, so your Boomer might not trust his judgment). Boomers always seem so be having problems online and getting scammed, so this book might be deemed a necessity to prevent that. On Amazon, the book is only about $17, or $13 for Kindle (if they know how to use one).
And lastly, for the person in your life who never seems to be able to keep plants alive, a succulent. Succulents are relatively easy to care for and require little water, so it’s okay to forget them for a week or so. At lulasgarden.com, you can have a succulent delivered to someone with a “happy holidays” message on the box for only $25.