What to buy for the parent who has everything
Have you ever struggled with finding a present for your parents? When a holiday approaches – be it a birthday, anniversary or Christmas – do you spend several days surfing the most popular online shops to choose a gift? And what if the task is even more complicated when buying for the parent who has everything?
For the parent who has everything
I can bet most of us have faced a situation like this in life. Here are some universal options which would suit anyone:
It has become a traditional and heartfelt gift with photos of evoking memories and moments of happiness. You can check this recent post dedicated to it. Photo albums help to deepen relationships and bring you closer with the people you love – a very worthwhile gift for both sides.
Sunrise Alarm Clock
Is every morning a struggle between your body and a bed? Many people hate the ringtone of their alarm clock and can get used to it so later it will not wake them up. And for new parents who may spend sleepless nights, it is as relevant as ever. These alarms imitate a natural sunrise and make mornings less stressful both for parents and children who are going to school and experience difficulties with waking up in the morning.
A Bonsai Tree
This is a good idea for family holidays from Christmas to Birthdays. It is a common practice to congratulate your family with flowers; but why not try a Bonsai tree which lasts much longer. According to oriental traditions, bonsai trees bring good luck to its owner, especially if you present them with love and sincere wishes. And regardless of the fact of whether you believe in feng shui or not, they can be the perfect decor for any home.
Personal number plates
Personalized number plates for a car can make help people stand out of the crowd and feel special. It would be the perfect gift for an anniversary or a special Birthday. Using memorable dates or parts of names will certainly be a good surprise for any parent.
Everyone loves a tasty meal but having special equipment makes it so much easier. Some interesting ideas include a coffee alarm, giving you 10 extra minutes in bed to be awoken by the delicious smell of coffee waiting for you.
Or what about a robotic vacuum cleaner? This can turn ordinary cleaning into a funny task and provide you with some extra time to relax. It would be a nice option for those who like to spend less time in the kitchen – which I’d expect is basically everyone. Presenting such a useful device would be really appreciated by those who value their time.
Spa certificate for two
This option would fit busy people who are always in a rush and do not have time to dedicate to themselves. It will help them step away from their strenuous schedule and enjoy a moment of relaxation and peaceful atmosphere.
On top of this, if there is a common family hobby – for instance, fishing, camping or collecting wine – these are also great options for presents. One more important thing here is to listen to people attentively as usually the things they want but for some reason do not buy can be slipped into a conversation. Most of all use a personal approach and your relatives will appreciate a present from the heart.