Time Before Death Countdown Watch
He’s got it all, but for how long? A mortality countdown wristwatch will make sure he appreciates all he’s got while he still has it. A little reminder that eventually all that “everything” will be swallowed up by nothingness. It seems morbid at first, but the watch is intended to help people make the most out of their time. And it could always be used to countdown to something more pleasant, like retirement.
Legal in all 50 states, this herb garden smokes the competition! The aroma of fresh herbs will bring serenity and well-being to their home and some much needed flavor to their cooking. Rosemary, thyme, dill, sage, oregano, the options are limitless! Green thumbs not required for this low-maintenance nursery. Sprigs of yummy goodness direct from Mother Nature.
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.
A book is more than just a collection of words and ideas. It’s a frozen piece of time — the intersection of one person’s (or sometimes multiple peoples’) thoughts and experiences with the moment in which they were recorded. So sometimes a 50th reprint of To Kill a Mockingbird just doesn’t seem to carry the same weight that it should. Serious book lovers love first editions, because they’re a tangible piece of cultural history.
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.
If the last thing they need is another “thing”, then the best possible gift is to take a trip together. Whether it’s a short day-trip to the beach, a weekend in Vegas, or a vacation overseas, travel creates memories that will last forever, long after their gizmos have become obsolete, their doodads have broken down, and their whatchamacallums have faded into obscurity.
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?
If they’ve got everything they could ever want or need, then congratulations are in order. How did they achieve this good fortune? What are the building blocks that created such a successful person? Help them unearth their unique personal story with this telling look into their genealogy.
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.