It seems obvious when looking for a gift idea: we do not give just any gift to just anyone! Here are the 6 golden rules to guarantee you give the perfect gift :
Do not offer money
Unless you are a grandparent and have a dozen or so grandchildren to spoil, avoid giving money as much as possible. It’s impersonal, and it makes it seem like you didn’t want to spend time looking for what would make that person happy.
Hobbies and passions
The first step in finding a gift is to think about what the recipient likes. Feel free to make a list of their tastes and interests, then compare them and, if possible, combine them!
A bit of espionage
If despite everything, you are still having a hard time getting an idea, you can always take a little tour on social networks to see what this person liked recently, if they entered a contest to win something or explicitly. expressed that she would like to have this or that.
Ask for advice
Just because you are going to ask the person’s friends or family what would make them happy doesn’t mean that your gift will be less valuable. On the contrary, you took the trouble to get information from her relatives, proof that she matters to you.
Once you’ve found the gift, don’t rest on your laurels! Feel free to create original packaging, organize a treasure hunt for the recipient to find, or put concert tickets or plane tickets in a large box to mislead them.
A few words of love
Whatever gift you are going to give, it will be even more valuable if you slip a little note into it. Nice declaration of love, little joke, encouragement, your words will be as important as the gift.
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