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  1. Hilary Tan says

    I gave my husband a gift voucher for his birthday and he still hasn’t used it yet. His birthday was in July.

    This year, I’m feeling pretty broke after having to pay a bunch of fees for virtual textbooks, courses, and certifications…. and the monthly fees I’m already paying. It’s hard to believe that Christmas is right around the corner. Tbh, I’m the type who gets tired of traditions year after year. It’s fun for the first 10-15 years but now it feels like a chore. I should like the grinch 😂

    • Shelly DS says

      Oh my word that is hilarious! Well you can always take the same gift voucher and rewrap it for Christmas 😀 As for holidays not being as fun, I understand what you mean. When we were younger things seemed so much more magical. My excitement this year comes from the fact that my daughter is old enough to enjoy it 🙂

  2. Michelle (Boomer Eco Crusader) says

    My husband is very difficult to buy for, mainly because he doesn’t have a lot of hobbies. I agree that anything related to his favourite team is good. He also loves Forumla 1 so I usually end up getting him an F1 calendar and a related book. And, there’s always food. Chocolate and Nuts are a good option.

    • Shelly DS says

      Lol this seems to be a common theme … are they possibly difficult on purpose? You’re right about food though, I am yet to find a man who doesn’t love to eat! Thanks for reading <3

  3. Toma Ruh says

    My boyfriend is difficult to get presents for. 😁 He is very much into tech stuff but he is SO peculiar about the color, shape, functions, feel and stuff that I could never pick anything without him actually showing what exactly he wants. 🙄

    But I’m really loving this list you made! And I wouldn’t mind getting a PS5 as a Christmas gift myself. 🤪

    Toma ❄️ https://www.tomaruh.com

  4. Delicate and brutal says

    I love the idea of a blacksmith course! Or some experience he could do instead of a material item. I suppose it’s a little challenging for that right now with coronavirus restrictions but hopefully that will change. And you’re so right-if he doesn’t bounce up and down like a child, have a shit eating grin on his face, or act like a fool with the gift he’s not that excited about it 😄

  5. Happy Panda says

    I’m sure any man reading this post will be thrilled with the playstation/x box recommendation! 😛

    Love your ideas! Its so much easier to shop for women than it is for men. Much needed guide! 🙂

  6. Lady B says

    These are all great ideas. My hubby is not into sports or much of anything. He’s always difficult to buy for because he doesn’t ask for much, and what he wants, he typically gets on his own. This time of year is challenging for me because I have to purchase gifts for our anniversary, which was on the 1st. Then I have his birthday on the 11th, and of course, Christmas. Sheesh! At this point in life, I want to hand him cash, and/or just tell him to pick what he wants and tell me thank you later. LOL!

    • Shelly DS says

      Shoah that’s a bit too many gifts for one month! How about you bless him with a handmade coupon to Lady B’s spa valid for 1 week and then when he cashes it in you give him a full on massage, pedicure etc? Is he into being pampered?


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