When you were younger, did you ever find yourself making your Christmas list in the middle of the summer out of pure boredom? Admit it, you did that, and you know that all of the children after you are doing the exact same thing. Well, not that you have much free time nowadays, but have you stopped to think about what you not have to get done before Christmas? It was so much easier when you made and updated your list every month and Santa Clause had to worry about actually going to the store, wrapping it, and of course hiding it under the tree. Now the roles are reversed and you have to think about and update the list of people you need to buy for come December. Your brother gets the sweater on sale at Nordstrom’s, mom gets a new pair of pajamas and whatever new piece of technology comes out that she can actually figure out how to use, dad gets bar ware or new kitchen tools, and the kids get whatever toy it is they absolutely need that month. Most people are pretty easy, but you must have that one person that is actually impossible. Maybe it’s your husband, wife, mother-in-law, or even your best friend. Whoever they are, they’re always a challenge. Well challenge accepted, because here are a few things you can get for the person who has everything.
Dive Bar Shirt Club
With a classic fit T-shirt option as well as vintage fit and chick fit, these shirts are good for anyone you know. Depending on the length of time you purchase the delivery for, the dive bar shirt club will send you a T-shirt from a surprise dive bar once a month. Included in your package will be a unique postcard from the city where the shirt comes from. You never know what the shirt is going to look like or where it’s going to be from, so if the person you’re buying for likes unique tees, it doesn’t get much better than this.
They might have everything, but there’s no way they have these new computer glasses. This company named Pixel can customize stylish glasses with your prescription and size that block out blue light stemming from technology. If the person you need to buy a gift for spends a ton of time in front of a computer screen, this is one of the coolest and also most useful gifts you could purchase. Blue light gives you headaches, dry eyes, and blurred vision, not coincidentally the symptoms you feel after staring at your laptop for too long. These glasses filter out 50% of this blue light without distorting your vision at all.
The wake-up alarm clock
Alarm clocks went out of style when iPhones took over with its built in alarm clock app. Of course, they’re making a comeback with newer technology that works even better than the traditional alarm going off at its designated time. Philips made an alarm clock that actually simulates a sunset in order to wake you up naturally. The purpose behind it is to increase your energy and well-being by waking you up slowly with light rather than jolting you awake with a loud alarm. This might be something that your person doesn’t have, and it’s actually useful.
A Yeti cooler
Everyone needs a cooler at some point in their lives, so why not get them this high-quality one? Whether it’s for a kid’s soccer game, fishing trip, tailgating event, or barbeque, everyone is going to comment on how nice the Yeti cooler is. A very popular brand starting a few years ago, these sell like hot cakes.
The person who has everything always sets you back when it comes to shopping for Christmas. Stay on top of it with these ideas!