How to use the gift-buying cheat sheet

This free downloadable PDF planner has space to plan your gift purchasing for up to 6 people, you can print as many copies as you need.

It’s so simple to use, just add the name of the person you want to buy a gift for, the amount you want to spend, and the occasion. (Is it a birthday, anniversary, or get-well gift?)

Then add the things they love. This could be a sport, hobby, place, colour, food, or animal. What are their passions? Is it traveling, painting, cooking, or reading? Do they love art? Do they have a specific style for their clothing or home?

For example, if the person likes reading, you can also put either fiction or nonfiction and the author they favour. Ideas for gifts could then be either the latest book published by this author, or the one book in the series by this author you know they want to add to their collection.

Alternatively, you could add something here that you know they need and would love to buy but can’t afford to purchase at the moment.

Now you need to list some things you know they hate. Do they avoid certain colours? Do they have a phobia? Knowing these things can help you avoid making a huge gifting blunder.

Once you have been through the likes and dislikes of the person you are buying the gift for, it becomes much easier to come up with ideas for the item you want to buy for that person.

Why use the gift-buying cheat sheet?

I created this quick and easy-to-use gifting cheat sheet to enable you to plan your gift-buying and so taking much of the stress out of the gift-buying experience. If you have a clear plan of the gift you want to buy then it’s much easier to find and purchase it. You also can avoid being distracted or overwhelmed by the huge amount of options available to you.

You can confidently shop for gifts knowing you have great gift ideas and stick to them.

The free guide can be downloaded here:

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