Ever find yourself stuck wondering what you should get your parents for the holidays? Well, don't worry, you aren't alone. Luckily, I have just the guide to get you through your struggles and to keep you stress-free this holiday season!
The one thing we've all been craving this year....a vacation. Although travelling far is still not advised by health professionals, you can always book a private getaway for a loved one and/or their partner for a bit of a social-distanced vacation near home or a trip they can save for later!
Buying home décor for others can definitely be tricky so I suggest looking around your parents' home(s) before deciding what accent pieces you could contribute to their aesthetic. However, when you find a piece that fits just right in their home, they will really appreciate you for it!
This year, give the gift of a smart home! Google Home and Alexa have definitely proven to be useful in my everyday life so I recommend buying one to whomever I come in contact with!
Cookware is something that we could all use more of. With a possible second shutdown sweeping the nation, it's going to become essential for people to start making their own food at home more often so I suggest getting your parent(s) more cookware before it's all sold out!
You usually can't go wrong with some assorted chocolates....
Restaurant Gift Cards
Gift cards always make the perfect stocking stuffers!
In the recent years, robots have began to take over miniscule tasks - so, you might as well help your parents out and get them a robot vacuum so they can check one task off their to-do list forevermore!
Admit it, we've all been there. You misplace your keys even though you saw them literally 10 seconds ago but somehow, they've managed to fall off the face of the Earth in those 10 seconds. Do your parents a favor and help them never misplace their keys again!
Slippers, much like socks, are probably one of the most underrated gifts that you could give someone. Your parents will get everyday use out of their slippers and will thank you for the comfort that you've brought them for the next few years!
Last but not least, as I always say, all your parents probably want this holiday season, is to spend quality time with you. Although this happens to be the cheapest gift of them all, the value in spending time with your loved ones is priceless - and it also happens to be unmatched by any other "thing" you could possibly get them.
This holiday season, give them the gift they really want.
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And the Lord makes you to increase and abound in love one toward another, and toward all men, even as we do toward you
1 Thessalonians 3:12
-- Faith Blackshear