Awesome Unique Gift Ideas

A few nice Unique Gift Ideas images I found:

Facing Your Fears with a Purpose
Unique Gift Ideas
Image by TEDxSanAntonio
Cindy A. Sebek

Facing Your Fears with a Purpose
Cindy will share with TEDxSanAntonio ways in which one person can make a significant difference by facing their fears and finding courage to follow through with their own big idea. The difference between simply having big ideas and actually making those ideas come to life stems from overcoming your fears, believing in yourself, and having determination, perseverance, and (the biggest reason) the “why.” Her own big idea was to make a difference in hunger using a bottle of wine as a “one-for-one” business model. The concept is very simple: For every bottle of The Gracious Gift Wine purchased, meals are donated to that area’s local food bank (zip code specific). For example, in San Antonio, 1 Bottle = 7 meals donated to the SA Food Bank. The unique thing about this wine is it makes a local impact. It’s important that consumers know they are helping out their hungry neighbors in need. This idea in action has provided more than 60,000 meals year to date!

Jowling!
Unique Gift Ideas
Image by Krypto
My chum Ben and I bought a photo frame as a gift for a friend’s housewarming party, and decided it was terribly boring to leave it empty. After pondering for a while, we (okay, I) remembered a recent Photojojo newsletter which had introduced the wonderful concept of jowling. The idea is to ask someone to loosen their facial muscles and shake their head from side to side, then take a photo. So we did.

After half an hour and *many* fits of the giggles we had a truly unique housewarming gift 🙂 I’ll spare Ben the embarrassment, but here are my outtakes.

Facing Your Fears with a Purpose
Unique Gift Ideas
Image by TEDxSanAntonio
Cindy A. Sebek

Facing Your Fears with a Purpose
Cindy will share with TEDxSanAntonio ways in which one person can make a significant difference by facing their fears and finding courage to follow through with their own big idea. The difference between simply having big ideas and actually making those ideas come to life stems from overcoming your fears, believing in yourself, and having determination, perseverance, and (the biggest reason) the “why.” Her own big idea was to make a difference in hunger using a bottle of wine as a “one-for-one” business model. The concept is very simple: For every bottle of The Gracious Gift Wine purchased, meals are donated to that area’s local food bank (zip code specific). For example, in San Antonio, 1 Bottle = 7 meals donated to the SA Food Bank. The unique thing about this wine is it makes a local impact. It’s important that consumers know they are helping out their hungry neighbors in need. This idea in action has provided more than 60,000 meals year to date!

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