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How good is your gift-giving skills?   

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Sonal Sonale
@ssonalese · Posted 15 Oct. 2021


Bomb . Carpe Diem...
@bomb · Posted 17 Oct. 2021

Well, i have never thought we need skills for this. But i would say, recently i have not been a "gifting" person! I guess its because of the economic issues currently hitting most parts of the world. But i guess i have been doing it well. I am a minimalist, so before i buy anything, i usually try to dump atleast one thing for the new one to take its place. This i mostly do by gifting someone in dire need of that thing. 


Ryan M
@RyanM · Posted 15 Oct. 2021

I like to think I'm a pretty good gift giver. I don't go overboard, but I try to give a gift that is from the heart. I always get my nieces and nephews gifts for their B-days and Christmas. They have even started giving me gifts and they too give from the heart. 

I don't think you need to give family or friends extremely expensive things. Gift giving doesn't have to be about getting something huge or extravagant, I think receiving a gift alone is kind. And I like to return the favor when I can. 


Debbie Katz Free Spirit
@debkatz78 · Posted 16 Oct. 2021

Most of the time, I think I do a great job. I like to think of things people like, want, need, and could use while keeping in mind things they like such as color, scent, etc. 

I tend to go out of my way when I shop for gifts so when someone ends up not liking the gift, I can get pretty upset over it.I am trying not to let that get to me anymore though.


Pritika Thakur
@pritika98 · Posted 16 Oct. 2021

I'd say pretty good because I enjoy giving people things in general. I also have a tendency to go overboard with them because making and seeing my loved ones happy makes me happy. Of course, I try to purchase them something they've been wanting/needing for a long time, or just small tokens to brighten their day! It doesn't have to be something expensive, just something I know will make it a better day or memory for them. I try to pay attention to their needs and listen to the little things they may have mentioned in passing in the hopes that they will enjoy what I am getting for them.

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