A Minimalists Guide To Gifting Experiences (90+ Ideas)

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  1. What a fantastic article on gifting experiences! It’s refreshing to see the focus shift from material possessions to memorable moments. Plus, gifting experiences under $100 is not only budget-friendly but also a heartfelt way to show you care. These unique experiences can create lasting memories and strengthen bonds without breaking the bank. Such thoughtful and affordable gifts truly make special occasions even more remarkable.

  2. Thanks for such a full and clever list. Food for thought!

  3. What a great, great list! Thank you for the thought and time you put into this!

  4. Pako Tais says:

    This was the best list of experience gifting i’ve come across so far. Thank you for taking the time to write this!

  5. I’ve just published my list of minimalist gifts for all occasions and decided to check out what everyone else had written about. Your post was the first one that had any real substance and provided food for thought, so thank you for putting out such an extensive list of ideas.

  6. Two experiences I love are 5K races and pick your own produce or foraging. Anyone who is in reasonably good health can easily run 5 kilometers with 4-6 weeks of training, and most races support worthy charities. There is usually free food and sometimes wine or beer after a race too.

    I definitely agree that foraging for your own produce is also fun because you see exactly where your food comes from, and you become more aware of the seasons. When you only get to eat local strawberries for 3 weeks in early summer you enjoy and appreciate them so much more than if you eat them mindlessly, knowing they will always be at the store. The flavor and freshness of picked fruits and veggies always beat what’s in the supermarket, and you can also find local varieties available only in your region.

    1. Wine and beer after the race? That sounds like fun!
      Foraging produce is amazing. There’s no feeling like being connected with where your food comes from. Thanks for sharing, Dom.