As daughters & sons, husbands & wives or parents & grandparents, we all know how frustrating it can be to choose a perfect gift that will make our cowboy or cowgirl’s eyes light up on Christmas.
Have you ever wished for that perfect Christmas Gift?
Believe me, I know just how you feel! My husband (the cowboy) just buys what ever it is that he wants. He is an impulse buyer too, which means I have no chance on getting to something before he does. So, how am I suppose to ever get him something that he is really going to be thrilled with on Christmas day. And, I want that “You really shouldn’t have, but I’m so glad you did” reaction from him!
Not long ago, I started analyzing how people were finding our cowboy specialist website. Because I want to know what kind of content and resources you are looking for. Needless to say, I was blown away to discover how many of you were looking for “Cowboy gifts For Him”. I realized I’m not alone in the hunt for great gifts. And I also realized that there was something I could do about it.
First our team put together a specially curated Christmas Buckaroo Gift Box like none other. It offers a special collection of items he (or she, we made one for her too) will actually want to use and enjoy. It is sure to please any cowboy or cowgirl at heart. We are all about Cowboys and Cowgirls here at Cowboy Specialist. You can check out the Christmas Buckaroo Box here.
Then, I went and researched how to choose a perfect gift for someone, because gift giving is a skill. So, I wanted to share a few little tips I learned along the way about how to find the perfect gift.
Tip 1: First things first:
Make a list of all the things the person is interested in and things that define who they are.
When the gift is related to their interests (even if they aren’t your own) and is about who they are, it is sure to be a “I knocked this one out of the park.” And your giftee will appreciate how personal and thoughtful you are. (Sometimes I struggle with gifting things I’m in love with, instead of thinking about what they really love.)
Tip 2. Look to the past.
What are some things they enjoyed getting in the past? And what could you get them that is similar…but not exactly the same.
3. Ask yourself what that person needs
I know, I know you think, well that isn’t fun….but you might just light someone up with fulfilling a need.
So, Make a list of interests, look to the past and ask yourself what they need. I hope you found these gift finding tips useful! If you did I would love to hear in the comments.
Always, Bridget – the cowboy wife