Ah, V-Day. It’s a day some of us love, and a day some of us hate. Regardless of how we feel about it, it usually comes with a little more pressure. Such as, who will be my valentine? Am I going to be alone this year? The taken ones have problems too. Some very miniscule problems such as, where should we go to dinner? Or the ever nerve-wracking, I wonder if she’s expecting a ring? Then, there’s something in between which is, WHAT do I give my significant other? For those digging the-impossible-to-shop-for lover, here are a few Valentine’s Day gift ideas that will keep your relationship afloat through this touchy holiday:
1. Noise-Cancelling Earbuds
For your guy or gal who does the city commute on the train, or who is a true music junkie, or is the plain-old, gets-easily-distracted-during-work type and needs to listen to a favorite playlist to focus—giving the gift of high-quality, noise-cancelling earbuds will be greatly appreciated. Give the Sony Noise-Cancelling Earbuds a try, which block out 99.7% of ambient noise. Picking the right headphones is important because it makes the listening experience that much better—and you definitely want the best for your best right?
2. Dollar Shave Club
If your S.O. is hard to shop for (think, what do I get for someone who has it all?), getting them something practical and helpful to their life might work. Something guys do a lot (no, not that) is shave. A good razor can give your guy the clean-cut he needs. It’s a small gesture, but buying him a Dollar Shave Club membership can keep his shaving life exciting and never dull. And they have razors for girls too, to keep it smooth for swooning.
3. Wine Club Membership
In love with a lush? No problem. You can knock some socks off with the key to the heart—wine. A wine club membership, you know, the memberships where you get wine delivered to your door from wineries around the world, is not only a fitting gift, it’s the gift that keeps on giving, every month, or even week for the die-
4. Brew-Your-Own-Beer Kit
Giving a hobby like brewing beer is something that is unique and appealing to the recipient. If your boyfriend or girlfriend is a craft beer drinker, they’ll dig a brew-your-own-beer kit. It plays into something your love already enjoys, while providing the reigns to create from scratch. Plus, it’s an activity you could do together. Couple time!
5. Sports Tickets
Tickets to his/her favorite team’s game can’t go wrong. Sports tickets are often pricey and hard to justify buying for yourself, which makes them great gifts. You don’t feel bad buying it for someone else, and you ultimately are buying an experience to enjoy each other’s company at an exciting event. It’ll be a memory for the books.
Valentine’s Day can get tricky with gift-giving. It’s not Christmas, or a birthday, but something right in the middle. These gift ideas will prove to make happy campers out of your loved ones. That way, you can focus on what’s important on V-Day – the almighty power of love.