We all have at least one family member who is really hard to buy gifts for. As we start to approach Christmas, the mince pies and advent calendars that have started to appear in shops are a reminder that once again we need to get on with our Christmas shopping, and decide what to get for those people that are notoriously hard to buy for!
If you are stuck for inspiration, here are a few things that might help…
Think about their Hobbies – Thinking along the lines of their hobbies could point you in the right direction. For example, if they love walking in the countryside, an aran sweater like this https://www.shamrockgift.com/aran-sweaters will be useful and practical. If they enjoy a certain sport, a voucher for a shop selling the sports equipment they like is a good shout.
Support a Good Cause – If they don’t have a need for anything, but have a good cause that they are personally affected by or is close to their heart, why not make a donation on their behalf? Whether for a particular medical condition, or an animal charity, this is a great gift that can help others as well.
Give them an Experience – Experiences rather than gifts are a great idea. This could be anything, from a voucher for a special restaurant that they will love, to an adrenaline filled activity like ziplining. There are lots of different experiences to enjoy all over the UK.