Birthday Parties, Anniversaries, Weddings, Christmas, Baby Showers, Bridal Showers and everything in between. Do you find yourself buying Gifts every other week? How increasingly difficult is it to find that special, unique, and meaningful Gift for the Person that has everything. How much time do you spend driving around, looking and ending up with nothing great. How much money to you spend on Gifts that mean nothing. There are smart ways to shop for the Gift that is worth giving. There are ways to plan so you don’t run out in the last minute just to get something.
A Gift Worth Giving
No matter what the Occasion, you want to find a Gift with meaning. Don’t spend your hard earned money on something that ends up in the closet, may be re-gifted, or worse, ends up in the trash. What a waste of money that would be. Unfortunately we have all been there and done that. Have you ever gone out last minute to get “something” because you procrastinated? Have you ever received a Gift that you have absolutely no use for? On the other hand, do you remember that special Gift that meant a lot to you and you still cherish? Do you remember the great reaction of someone you gave a thoughtful Gift to?
Unfortunately it is not that easy to come up with something Special now a days. With the need for Instant Gratification, most of us get everything the second we want it. We don’t wait for a Special Day. Children don’t want to wait for their Birthdays to get that cool Toy. With Stores and Shops on every corner, Items are readily available for everyday purchase.
If you want your Gift to be remembered you need to rethink shopping. Don’t go out and pick the Item that everyone else can get as well. Do you realize that it has become customary to provide Gift Receipts with your Gifts? Chances are that what you give is also given by someone else, or the receiving end already has the Item. Have you ever received a Gift Item you already had or have no use for? Do you spend time to exchange for something else? Have you re-gifted your Gift? Did you stash it in some closet and forgot about it until you de-cluttered you space? We all have been there and done that?