5 Star Dinner
The man who has everything is typically one of the hardest people to buy presents for but we think we’ve got it wrapped up here. Not only does he get one of the finest dining experiences in town, he also gets the satisfaction of not having to do the dishes. We bet you won’t find a man that won’t love everything about this gift idea.
He may have everything, but none of it will do him any good if he's dead. Help the man who has everything stick around long enough to use it all with this guide book that details every possible way things could go horribly wrong.
Someone who has it all has probably been around the block a few times. Help them celebrate their journeys with this elegant travel map that displays all the places they’ve been, and the places they’d still like to go. Available as a US or world map.
What better way to say that the pen is mightier than the sword? This knight pen holder will be their most loyal servant in all of their clerical crusades. Whether they’re battling with the bookkeeping or feuding with their filing, help will be at hand. And yes, their grocery lists deserve the royal treatment too.
So they’ve got everything huh? Everything sounds pretty great if you’re thinking of it in terms of possessions, but “everything” also includes some less exciting things like chores. If they’ve got everything, they’ve got chores, unfinished projects and to-do lists. Perhaps the most valuable gift would be a little sweat of your brow?
It can be hard to try and buy a keepsake for someone who owns more or less everything you can think of, so sometimes an experience he’ll never forget is the best way to go. If you’re looking for a day out that is truly memorable, going full speed around a race course in a car they could normally only dream of driving is sure to put you on the fast-track to greatest gift giver ever.
Who has time for trial and error? Folks today demand fast-acting, proven solutions to their everyday conundrums. A modern stand-in for the tried and trusted Farmer’s Almanac, this back pocket companion is more reliable than your great-grandmother and more concise than an open-ended Google search. Believe it or not, some of the “smartest” solutions have been around for ages.
The last thing they need is more stuff, and at the end of it all it’s really the experiences that they will cherish the most. Help them create some new memories to look back on by finding a fun activity to do locally. Be adventurous and choose something they’ve near done before. It’s a gift that will enrich their life and yours too.
You could just get them a gift card to a spa or for a massage, but why not go for a more interesting experience like cryotherapy? It’s basically a box you get into to get blasted by ridiculously cold air for a short period of time. Advocates say that the treatment rejuvenates the body and helps repair tissue damage. If your town doesn't have a cryotherapy place yet you could try a bathtub full of ice and a big fan.