Gift giving can be stressful for both the gift giver and the recipient. As a gift giver, you want to find just the right thing. As a recipient, you may feel stressed out by the thought of finding places for these new things. I am personally a fan of “experience” gifts. I love finding fun things to do with the ones I love or give them an opportunity to get out and have a fun experience. 

With the being said, stuff and gifts are tricky because what one person calls clutter, another person may not.

To me, the definition of a non-clutter gift would be experiences or things that are: fun, useful, or add value to your life (i.e. make you happy). 

When looking for a gift ask yourself these 3 questions:

  1. Is it consumable?

  2. Would they prefer an experience?

  3. Is it useful in many context or extremely useful for one?

Here is a list of things I think most people would enjoy.

For Kids:

  1. Zoo or Museum Membership

  2. Subscription Service – one that I love is the We Cook Kits by Baby Boy Bakery