How to Buy for Guy “No Want Anything”
Gift giving happens all year round for all kinds of occasions. Usually, the process is easy: the person is easy to buy, or they say they want to.
But sometimes it can create stress. Especially when the person says they do not want anything.
This can be even more complicated when the guy is a guy.
Do not worry Here are some steps you can follow to relieve stress and find a gift that will be loved.
Consider the man in your life. In the list below, the words that resonate?
farmers or gardeners
… add your own!
Is this guy a man of the product or an experienced man?
A product man is someone who likes to play with stuff. He has the latest phones, fancy computers, lots of books, gadgets, toys and clothes.
An experienced man often donates goods, has limited wardrobe, and tells many stories.
Third: Identify your Budget
Hopefully, now you’ve found a description of your man and whether your search will be a product or experience.
Now you need to decide how much you can and want to spend.
For many, this equation depends on your relationship with this person, the occurrence or purpose of giving, and of course the size of your bank account.
If you are like all of us, funds are unlimited. However, a small budget does not necessarily mean giving small rewards to creativity, enjoyment, and appreciation.
Four: Get Creative and Use Your Tool
Search for it
type a description of your words
add “product” or “experience”
including your top dollar amount
If a typical Google search does not prove to be useful, http://www.getcoolitems.com has a “Sort With” tool that can provide additional layers of help by categorizing rewards as newest, hottest, popular, or random.
The point here is to make a huge list of options that you can browse and see what ‘click’ as a perfect gift.
Well, pay attention to something with a character that reminds you of the guy you bought.
Observe the activity that this character follows and enjoys
Observe the goods around their residence or workspace
Ideally, you get some ideas from a creative in Los Angeles that regularly create realistic environments and activities for this character.
If your person reminds you of Schmidt from The New Girl, your gift purchase will surely end in a different way than if the guy prefers Nick or Winston.
Create an Experience
So you do not use the word “product” in the description. Do not worry. For this person, you can create an experience for him, or even better, for both of you.
And, spending time with friends and family is actually quite healthy!
When planning an experience, it is important to consider the following:
Weather – no one wants to freeze on hot air ballooning
Long experience – if this person works 70 hours a week, multi-course dinners on weekdays may not fly
Remaining years – sports fans? Do not wait until the playoff to buy a baseball ticket, especially if your budget is tight
Level of comfort with the crowd – his favorite band came to town? Awesome! Does he hate the crowd? Choose the ticket location carefully.
Surprise or Plan? Some people love surprises. You can show up at their door tonight and shuffle it to an international destination and they’ll love it. Others will slam the door on your face and change their phone number.
Who does not like gift cards? Yes, initially they can look like a mindless and unreal harvesting in the cash register at Target.
However, they can also represent a desire for a man you have little financial freedom to achieve something they are watching for some time.
Remember to keep an eye on his interests. If he is handy around the house or likes to the garden, Lowes gift cards or Home Depot make sense. But if he prefers gadgets or campers, other retailers may bet more.
And, if your recipient lives far away, many stores let you send emails to gift cards. This can be a simple and easy way to let your man know that you think about it.
Now this works best when you remember to start thinking