Match Your Gift To The Recipient's Love Language

by Lisa Woodruff

Nov 25, 2016 | Episode 132 | 14:42

Giving clutter free gifts is becoming more and more popular. This year consider your family member's love language when you purchase their clutter free gift.

The five love languages are:

  1. Quality time
  2. Acts of service
  3. Touch
  4. Gifts
  5. Words of affirmation

5 Love Languages
Give the gift of time by giving experiences.

A gift of movie tickets is better when you go to the movie with them.

Enjoy a night at a local hotel and go to a movie the night before and breakfast the day after.

Give them gift cards or cash and spend time shopping for their purchases with them.

Give the gift of acts of service by giving of your time and expertise.

Offer to organize a space or room in their home.

Make freezer meals to stock their freezer.

Watch their children overnight so they can go on a little mini vacation.

Offer to sell items online for them to help them with their decluttering process.

Give the gift of touch through services.

A manicure or a massage is a great gift for someone who has touch as a high gift on their love languages.

Give the gift of gifts in a clutter free way through memberships.

For children, give memberships to a local museum center, amusement park, zoo, or national park.

For teenagers and young adults, give memberships to Netflix, a gym, or movie tickets.

For parents and grandparents, give memberships to Costco, Amazon Prime, a local concert series, or the 100 Day Home Organization Challenge.

Give the gift of words of affirmation through your words.

A hand written letter is priceless for people whose love language is words of affirmation.

Listen for more love language and clutter free gift ideas in the podcast.

Find out what your love language is by taking the free quiz at http://www.5lovelanguages.com/

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