Do you sometimes get gifts that just lies on your coffee table or sink cabinet untouched? Or do you get stuck on what to get a person that likes to keep the things they own to a minimal? Here are a few useful gifts ideas that won’t be collecting dust in someone’s home.
1. Skillshare subscription
No matter what your gift receiver likes to do in their free time, they’ll find something new to learn on Skillshare. I’ve been using Skillshare for a while and I really love it. It’s so much easier to find quality lessons than it is on YouTube (even though, YouTube works extremely well). Moreover, most of the courses are pretty short and divided into few small segments – no long-term commitments there.
2. Streaming Services
The more you have, the better. If you want to be on the top of the game with all the good TV Shows and movies you’d probably have to be paying for 5 streaming services. Give someone a membership at Netflix, Disney+, HBO or any other streaming service. You can also add a bag of popcorn.
3. Cake in a jar
You can get a fancy jar, put dry ingredients of cake of your choice, write down baking instructions and it’s done! Whoever gets the gift just needs to add the wet ingredients that you mention in the instructions (keep it simple) and put it in the oven. How cute and easy is that!
Here you go! A three ideas for useful gifts that will be either watched or eaten.
Would you like to get any of these gifts yourself? What other gifts would you and your loved ones appreciate?
E-see you tomorrow! Be kind to each other and love yourself!
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Read previous blog post on my Christmas wishlist here.