For the busy person in your life, gift a month or two of a meal preparation service like HelloFresh. If you want to go the extra mile, offer to assemble and cook the meals, too!
Give a gift that keeps on giving. Present a jar with date ideas that you can do with your child or your partner at their request.
Looking for a fun adventure that work even when "stay at home" orders are in effect? Here's one tailor-made for you and your loved one.
If your spouse loves a cooking or baking show, make one of the signature recipes together! Gather all the ingredients ahead of time and then present the invitiation in a card or note.
Acts of Service got you stumped? Designate a "Honey-Do" Bank in your home and ask your spouse to add suggestions. Every so often, choose a task from the bank and do it for him or her!
Gift your loved one an online course to learn something new! Explore schools like Masterclass, Creative Live, or Udemy to find them the perfect class.
Turn off all your devices, sit down together, and engage in good old-fashioned conversation! Also check out “101 Conversation Starters for Couples” or “101 Conversation Starters for Families.”
Keep an eye on your preferred airline’s specials throughout the year (this page from Southwest, for example) and surprise your loved one with a trip to somewhere new!
In a season where many feel isolated, you can remind your loved one they are not alone.
Most people treasure photos and love to share them. A photo session with a local photographer makes a great gift that will be cherished for years to come.
Is there physical distance between you and someone you love? Give a hug that can be felt from miles away.
Buy a pack of word magnets and leave little notes for your family on your fridge! This can be a fun way to create moments of affirmation throughout each other's busy days.