Tips on Regifting
For shame, the mere thought of regifting can be thought as how cheap you are or how thoughtless neverthless it's thought that counts, right? Let's think about it, put it to some thinking behind it. Sending a gift or receiving can be fun or not-so-fun especially if you received a gift that you do not want or cannot use and its sits there reminding how useless it is or annoying it is.
A simple solution could be donate the gift or regifted it. By the way, when you donate the gift is like regifting; so make sure your gift donation is given to a huge organization where it lose in the crowd along with other the gifts, otherwise someone is going to find out. That being said, here are some preventable embarrassing tips to follow when doing this:
First, give a gift that makes sense that includes giving a gift the first time and regifting. For instance, don’t give a gift to your cousin’s son a toy fire engine truck ages 3 and up when your cousin’s son is 16 years old teenager who into video games and girls now; just because your eldest son is 8 years old and likes fire engine trucks does not mean this type of gift would make an appropriate gift to your cousin’s son, too. Think smart.
Change the name tag, nothing says you are regifting is having a name tag with someone else name on it. You have a birthday gift given to one of your kids’ on their birthday but you and your child do not like it whatsoever, therefore two of you decided to give it to her friend Renee on her birthday but you forgot removed your name and who gave it to you. Opps! That's a dead giveaway! Play Santa Claus, check it twice.