We all have that one friend—the one who seems to have it all. Unfortunately, this makes gift-giving that much more difficult. After all, what are you supposed to give someone who has everything?
Not to worry, however. There are a variety of different things you can gift this person, including things such as wine gift baskets, a subscription service to something they are interested in, or a virtual assistant, which is always useful. With these gifts, you can rest assured your loved one will be more than happy.
Wine Gift Baskets
Who doesn’t love wine? Wine is always the perfect gift for someone, regardless of their tastes. You can mix and match different types of wine and then put them in wine gift baskets to look more visually appealing. Whether they like sweet wines, dry wines, or wine with bubbles, there’s something out there for them. Best of all, you can pair the bottle with some cheese and crackers or other kinds of treats that go well with a nice glass of wine. It’s a gift that your loved one will truly enjoy, and perhaps even share with you!
A Virtual Assistant
Virtual assistants are all the rage these days, so naturally, they make a wonderful gift. Virtual assistants can help with a variety of things including scheduling, bookkeeping, managing your inbox, and so on. Despite all that they can do, virtual assistants can be pretty affordable, provided you buy a standard one. Once you start getting into better features, they get more expensive. However, it’s safe to say that a virtual assistant will make the perfect gift for even the most difficult person to shop for.
Perhaps something physical isn’t what you need to give your loved one. Instead, consider gifting something less tangible—such as an experience, perhaps. This can be anything from swimming with dolphins to skydiving or visiting an escape room. Consider the things that your loved one is interested in and base your gift on that. Better yet, you can buy an experience for yourself as well as you can both do it together! What better way to say “congratulations” or “happy birthday” than with a joint skydiving adventure?
Aside from an experience, service is another non-tangible thing you can give someone. Perhaps a cleaning service or even a babysitting service to a couple who never gets out. If you know someone who needs a break, you can even consider giving them a professional massage. There are dozens of different services out there to choose from that you can gift to someone who may not have otherwise bought that service for themselves. Your gift is sure to stand out from all the rest, especially if it’s a service that your loved one has been longing for.