Not Alone

Not Alone Bracelet

Words of Affirmation

In a season where many feel isolated, you can remind your loved one they are not alone.

Make Videos

Make a Movie

Quality Time

Give a Movie Certificate, but not for the theater. Plan to record your own short adventure movie or humerous skit with your family or special someone. Go small or invest big—but either way, here are some ideas to get you started on a gift filled with plenty of Quality Time.

Wallquotes

Wall Quotes

Words of Affirmation

Give the gift of encouraging words, inspiring quotes, Scripture verses, motivations, and affirmations—literally. These fun wall decors will serve to energize the person you love as they surround themselves with positivity.

Journal

Habit Journal

Acts of Service

Help for creating healthy habits is a wonderful gift in and of itself. Here's a fun journal that will help your friends and loved ones do just that.

Photographer

Photo Session

Receiving Gifts

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.

Now And Later

Now and Laters

Physical Touch

Get a little physical with your spouse playing this sweet game. Pick up a few packs of individually wrapped Now and Laters®. Stash them around the house for your spouse to find. Instruct them that every time they find one to let you know. When they do, they get a 60-second hug or kiss now AND 60 seconds toward a massage or other agreed upon activity later when they “cash in” their candy.

Todo List Board

To-Do Board

Acts of Service

Nothing speaks to an Acts of Service person more than a "To-Do" list—here's one you can gift! Encourage your loved one to write down their heart's desires, and then commit to do all you can to make them happen.

Sweettea

Alabama Sweet Tea

Receiving Gifts

Does your loved one relish sweetened Southern iced tea?