Christmas Gift Suggestions for the Man in Your Life

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Christmas Gift Suggestions for the Man in Your Life

Holiday shopping for men can be a real challenge. Often finding the right Christmas gift to show your father, spouse, or other man in your life how much you love them can be a down right painful experience. However, there are some simple things that you can purchase to really show him that you love and care for him.

Here are some gift suggestions to get you started thinking about what you can give to the men on your shopping list this holiday season:

Gift Suggestion #1 – If the man in your life is handy around the house, and he enjoys the outdoors, a Swiss Army Knife is always a good selection. Swiss Army Knives stand for quality and function both at the same time. Every man can use and enjoy a Swiss Army Knife.

Gift Suggestion #2 – There is this really cool device on the market called the “Auto Card Manager.” It is used to store all of your credit cards, driver’s license, medical cards, etc… in and it keeps them from being broken like they can be when you sit on your wallet all day. This device is an excellent alternative to a wallet and something any man would love to have and use.

Gift Suggestion #3 – If the man in your life enjoys a good quality wine or other expensive spirit, they can make a great gift. Often men won’t buy things for themselves, so gifts of things they really enjoy can be very well received.

Gift Suggestion #4 – If the man in your life enjoys a good sporting event such as professional football or basketball, why not buy two tickets and make a day of it – just the two of you? You can take them to a great event and you can build memories at the same time. To help build additional memories, try a nice tailgating party before the game or a meal at a nice restaurant you both have been wanting to try.

Gift Suggestion #5 – If the man in your life is still wearing his old, funky watch from years ago, buy him a good quality one to replace it with. Most professional men need to wear a nice watch as a sign of their prosperity.

Gift Suggestion #6 – If the man in your life can’t find his way around town, or if he loves to be in the woods hunting for treasures, a GPS can now be purchased for a very reasonable amount of cash. GPS units are great for both directions as well as hobbies such as hiking and geo-cashing.

Gift Suggestion #7 – If the man in your life has always wanted a Ferrari, but has been stuck in a Toyota, rent him a luxury car for the day and allow him to drive around and enjoy the car. He might even find out that his Toyots is more comfortable and be thankful to you that he got to find that out for himself.

Gift Suggestion #8 – If the man in your life is handy and enjoys working around the house, a new laser tape measure and laser level can be just what he has been secretly wishing for. Both are easy to use and are small enough to easily fit into a pocket when they are not in use.

As you can see, buying a cool gift for the man in your life doesn’t need to be too challenging. The best thing you can do is think about what he likes and go with something of a similar theme.

Travel Quotes:

A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving. Lao Tzu

All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware. Martin Buber

The word holiday comes from the Old English word hāligdæg. The word originally referred only to special religious days. In modern use, it means any special day of rest or relaxation, as opposed to normal days away from work or school.

Many holidays are linked to faiths and religions (see etymology above). Christian holidays are defined as part of the liturgical year, the chief ones being Easter and Christmas. The Orthodox Christian and Western-Roman Catholic patronal feast day or 'name day' are celebrated in each place's patron saint's day, according to the Calendar of saints. Jehovah's Witnesses annually observe "The Passover". In Islam, the largest holidays are Eid ul-Fitr (immediately after Ramadan) and Eid al-Adha (at the end of the Hajj). Hindus, Jains and Sikhs observe several holidays, one of the largest being Diwali (Festival of Light). Japanese holidays contain references to several different faiths and beliefs. Celtic, Norse, and Neopagan holidays follow the order of the Wheel of the Year. Some are closely linked to Swedish festivities. The Bahá'í Faith observes holidays as defined by the Bahá'í calendar. Jews have two holiday seasons: the Spring Feasts of Pesach (Passover) and Shavuot (Weeks, called Pentecost in Greek); and the Fall Feasts of Rosh Hashanah (Head of the Year), Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), Sukkot (Tabernacles), and Shemini Atzeret (Eighth Day of Assembly).

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