We all have a friend of relative who is in love with their career. Workaholics in their finest form. If you know someone like this, and are confused about what to gift them, then the below tips and suggestions are exclusively for your benefit!
A reason to pause and savor the day
If your gift receiver is a workaholic, then it’s doubtful that they take many moments to pause and savor the day. Workaholics generally tend to live their jobs and never properly unplug from their work. This could eventually be bad for them; often leading to burnouts and mental illnesses. A gift that will make them pause and savor the moment and the day will be perfect for them. A spa appointment, a meal reservation at a high-end restaurant, or even an exotic or special blend of coffee can work here.
A holiday they wouldn’t think of taking themselves
Are you tired of hearing “not right now” and “once things settle a little at work” too often from your gift receiver, whenever you mention taking a holiday? Or do they tend to do predictable weekend holidays; the kind that doesn’t help them completely relax? If so, then planning a holiday they wouldn’t normally take, like at health retreats Sydney based, would make a lovely gift. Remember to consider their schedule before making any solid decisions!
A smart device to help them organize better
Is your gift receiver used to multitasking and juggling several tasks at the same time? How good are they at it? Regardless to how good they may be at multitasking, it’s a fact that every one of us can use a little help to keep our things and tasks organized every once in a while. Fortunately, there are many smart devices in today’s market for this exclusively! From upgrading their smartphone or laptop to even purchasing an app for them, your choices are many.
Organizing; the non-smart-device way
Despite how much technology has improved in the last few decades, there are still a few things that cannot be sorted out or organized through smart devices—even though they try pretty hard to do so! Working as hard as they are, it wouldn’t be a surprise to anyone if their home is always in a mess; especially if they live alone. Hiring a professional cleaning service for them (where you pay, of course), or a delivering food and making sure their fridge is regularly stocked too can be a great gift; something more meaningful than you think.