Experience Based Gifts

The holidays are traditionally a time of giving, but sometimes tangible items aren’t what you’re looking for. Memories last for years and can be so very special – spending tons of money, waiting in line for the newest toy to drop, or scouring every store in town for the right size isn’t necessary! This year, consider placing an experience-based gift under the tree that will help create memories for you and your family for longer than the lights are up!

What better way to celebrate someone than to spend time with them doing what they love to do? What better way to exhibit how much you care for someone than to show interest in something that interests them? Really put some thought into the experience you are gifting  and you’d be surprised what you can come up with! If you need a little push for ideas, check out our list of options below – some you can find locally and others you can easily create at home!

Experience Gift Ideas

In focusing on giving an experience, you show that you listen to others interests, pay attention to their choice hobbies, and care about their enjoyment. The gift of an experience allows you to make it possible for them to take part in those things or, better yet, to share in those things with them! So, as the gift-giving season continues to be in full-swing and ongoing sales flood your inbox and mailbox, consider adding some experiences to your wish list, and your shopping list.

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Katelyn lives in Waco with her husband of 10 years, Matthew, and their two children, Caleb and Abigail. Katelyn started as a military brat, but ended up in Waco in the early 90s and has been in Central Texas ever since. She graduated from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor with a BBA in Public Relations and from Tarleton State University with a Master of Business Administration degree. Her career has included 10 years as a photographer and 11 years in non-profits, management and executive leadership, event planning. Katelyn has worked from home since 2018 and enjoys spending time with her children and homeschooling. She is a part of organizations like Women of Waco, Greater Hewitt Chamber of Commerce, and Brazos Valley Co-op. This “almost Waco native” loves encouraging others and is excited to do so through Waco Moms. Katelyn’s former publication experience includes San Antonio Weddings Magazine, Waco Tribune-Herald and Killeen Daily Herald. You can find her photography business at www.kasper-creations.com