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Graduation Gift Guide – 35 Gift Ideas for Your Graduate

As we enter this busy season of anniversary parties, weddings, and of course graduations, I felt it would be helpful to take some of the guesswork out of gift-giving. So today I am sharing some potential graduation gift ideas for the graduate in your life. After all, it is a HUGE milestone in anyone’s life. A passage into adulthood, when teens choose their next path in life. So it is to be celebrated!

A safe gift to give the graduate is money–after all they will need it in their future endeavors, besides who doesn’t want money? There are so many creative ways to give money though to show you have put some thought into it. Gift cards are also a safe choice, as it gives the graduate some freedom to choose what they want, and they too can be given in some creative ways.

Here are a few of the ways to give money and gift cards:

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Perhaps you would prefer to give a gift with a more personal touch. Here are some nice options to show you have put some extra thought into your gift idea.

No matter what you choose to give, they will be glad that you took the time to acknowledge their achievements! Feel free to share your gift giving ideas in the comments 🙂

 

I’m April, a wife and mother of two. Since the end of 2010 I have been battling autoimmune diseases: and facing those have left me with limited physical abilities, limited energy, and limited funds; so I created this blog to document my journey : to simplifying my life, hopefully finding tips and tricks and resources to help save me time, money, and energy. I am hoping not only to share my journey, but to inspire others with similar challenges. Personally I think everyone would welcome ways to save time, money, and energy, but to some it is imperative. The content you can expect to see includes life hacks, organizational and time management resources, tips and tricks to saving money, ideas and resources for making money doing simple tasks or passively, and simple inexpensive gift giving ideas. To those of you who may be concerned that this may just be one big pity party, I want to be clear. I have conditions that have altered my abilities, but this is about taking as much control over my life as I possibly can, and to make it a positive experience. I will not however, turn anyone away if they ask about my illnesses specifically. Perhaps they are newly diagnosed, and need some advice that I haven’t shared. I encourage those individuals to contact me any time. I want people to be able to positively bounce ideas off of one another to make it a blog that everyone can benefit from.

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