How To Book List

How-To Book

Acts of Service

Help someone get a step closer to realizing a dream (e.g., gift a "How-To" book, sign them up for a course, etc.). Here is a list of 101 ways to learn a new skill!

Containers

Organizers

Acts of Service

When things are organzied, it makes people feel good. Gift some things that make organizing easier for your friends, spouse, or family.

Foot Stuff

Foot Mask

Physical Touch

Acts of Service

Pamper your partner with the gift a foot mask and commit to apply it whenever the time is right.

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The 5 Love Languages® of Children

The #1 New York Times bestselling The 5 Love Languages® has helped millions of couples learn the secret to building a love that lasts. Now discover how to speak your child’s love language in a way that he or she understands.

Robo Vac

Robotic Vacuum

Acts of Service

Robotic vacuums make the chore so much easier and they overflow with Acts-of-Service love. Here's a list of Consumer Reports best robotic vacuums of 2020.

Towel

Towel Warmer

Acts of Service

A warm towel after a shower can be incredibly comforting. Let the towel warmer do all the work while you get all the credit.

Dog Walk

Dog Walker

Acts of Service

Hire a dog walker for the pet lover in your life to come a few days out of the week. This will not only help out, but also be a kind way of giving back precious time.

Date Night Talks

TableTopic

Acts of Service

Sometimes after a long day, simple conversation can even be challenging. Take the heavy lifting out of it and get some TableTopic cards that fit your fancy and get everyone talking.

Planner

Organizer

Acts of Service

Get an organizer and enter all the relevant birthdays and specials days before you give it to your loved one. For the one whose secondary love language is Words of Affirmation, include a few loving entries every month.

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The 5 Love Languages® of Teenagers

In this adaptation of the #1 New York Times bestseller The 5 Love Languages® (more than 13 million copies sold), Dr. Gary Chapman explores the world in which teenagers live, explains their developmental changes, and gives tools to help you identify and appropriately communicate in your teen’s love language.