For the person who feels loved through Physical Touch, consider giving a back scratcher or massager that you can use to administer some relaxation sessions.
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.”
For the Christmas lovers in your life, receiving a homemade tree ornament could mean the world. Here's a list of 75 DIY Christmas ornaments to get you started.
Does your loved one love a particular sports team? Pick up a hat or a jersey you think they would look great in, or get yourself a matching one and cheer them on together!
A getaway to a secluded cabin could be a nice break. Make plans and present your special someone with a cabin-related Christmas ornament.
Children love stories—especially when they are read aloud together. Imagine how surprised they will be when the next storybook you read together is all about them!
What better gift for the Acts of Service person in your life than a coupon book filled with coupons you've created just for them?!
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!
Board games are a favorite pastime for many families. Break away from the norm and try something different. For example, the next time you have a game night of CLUE®, have each person dress up as their character.
Your loved ones don't have to feel so far away when you give this unique lamp set. Let them know you are thinking about them with just one touch.
Set an alarm on your phone, and when it goes off, send a thoughtful text or say something kind every day for a week.
Write a list of genuine, specific compliments or affirmations on individual scraps of paper and put them in a jar, so they can be opened and read whenever your loved one needs a pick-me-up.