Gifts For Empty Nesters
Gifts for Empty Nesters are not hard to find if you know what to look for. Whether single or married, an empty nester is going through a big change as the children leave home. Some are excited about the new possibilities and others are downright depressed. Gifts that take into account their new household size and new routines will always be appreciated.
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Gifts for Empty Nesters
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One of the things that is hardest for a new empty nesting couple to adjust to is cooking for a smaller household. The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook has over 650 recipes and tips for shopping and storing leftovers and ingredients. You can read my complete review of this cookbook at The Best Cooking for Two Cookbook.
I just finished this amazing book – Bittersweet by Shauna Niequist. The subtitle is “Thoughts on change, grace, and learning the hard way.” Going from full nest to empty nest is a huge change and this book is perfect for helping process that change. I underlined about half of this book. It is so beautifully written and relatable.
Reintroduce the new empty nesters to going somewhere besides their child's ball games. Raise has discounted gift cards for everything you can think of – movies, restaurants, and stores. If they are planning a home improvement project, then get a Lowe's or Home Depot card. New hobbies? How about Michael's or Hobby Lobby. The possibilities are endless.
Finding gifts for empty nesters is not that hard. They are beginning a new stage in life and there are a million possibilites for their new normal. Treat them to a night out or to anything that will help them adjust.