I was recently reminded when reading this post that many gifts are gender neutral and can be enjoyed by anyone. Here’s a variety of gifts that could be enjoyed most anyone on your gift list.
ONE | A SKILLSHARE MEMBERSHIP. With over 17,000 different classes offered, a Skillshare membership would be a great fit for anyone that loves to learn.
TWO | BEGINNER CALLIGRAPHY SET. This is a great starter kit for anyone wanting to try their hand at calligraphy. This set includes some great nibs; however, you might want to also purchase some extra ink.
THREE | LOCK PICK SET WITH PRACTICE LOCK. This lock pick set includes a practice lock. It’s great for someone that loves to learn.
FOUR | THE 52 LISTS PROJECT. This book of list ideas is a great gift for someone that wants to journal unconventionally.
FIVE | SUSHI MAKING KIT. Perfect for the sushi loving chef in your life.
SIX | BEER HOME BREWING STARTER KIT. I have in on good authority that this is an excellent kit with a unique flavor.
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SEVEN | AMAZON FIRE TABLET. This is not my favorite tablet but is inexpensive and perfect for someone that needs something that’s not too precious. I use mine in the bathtub.
EIGHT | PERSONAL CERAMIC SPACE HEATER. I don’t think I’ve ever worked in an office without numerous people using space heaters at their desks. This one will keep the recipient warm and is stylish too.
NINE | TP-LINK SMART MINI PLUG. I have several of these and love them. I can set them on a timer or control them via phone app or with my Echo. And the mini plug is small enough that it doesn’t cover both outlets.
TEN | MOON LAMP. This lamp would make a fun nightlight.
ELEVEN | GLASS WEATHER PREDICTOR. This desktop barometer will tell you if storms are brewing.
TWELVE | PAC-MAN MINI ARCADE GAME. This retro handheld Pac-Man game might not impress kids accustomed to today’s video games, but it will be a walk down memory lane for those of us that grew up in the 80’s.