100+ gift ideas for a guy for a year of relationship

The first months of a rela­tion­ship are always the most pas­sion­ate, vibrant and mem­o­rable. For a seri­ous anniver­sary, I want to make a mem­o­rable present. We tell what to give a guy for a year of rela­tion­ship
100+ gift ideas for a guy for a year of relationship
What to give a guy for a year of rela­tion­ship. Pho­to: Gus­ta­vo Fring, pexels.com

Some peo­ple find it easy to give gifts: they have a favorite hob­by or they open­ly talk about their dreams. And there is a type of guys who don’t need any­thing for noth­ing. If only the beloved was near. These, of course, should be appre­ci­at­ed. But the idea of ​​doing some­thing pleas­ant for a year of rela­tion­ship should not be aban­doned. In the end, it is not a gift that is dear, but atten­tion.

We have com­piled a list of 100 ideas that you can use if you are choos­ing what to give a guy for a year of rela­tion­ship.

Top 25 best original gifts for a guy for a year of relationship

First, let’s list the ideas of mate­r­i­al gifts — those that you can eas­i­ly buy in stores or order online. We tried to take into account the inter­ests of dif­fer­ent guys, so that each girl would find a wor­thy gift for her man.

1. Fitness tracker

Fitness bracelet
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Such a gift will suit a guy, even if he does not dis­ap­pear for days on end in the gym. Mod­ern track­ers are a very con­ve­nient gad­get. They show a noti­fi­ca­tion from a smart­phone, allow you to respond to mes­sages, mon­i­tor your health (mon­i­tor­ing sleep, heart rate, blood oxy­gen lev­els). It’s also a styl­ish acces­so­ry. You can diver­si­fy the device with inter­change­able straps.

2. RC Helicopter

Radio-controlled helicopter
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So what if it’s a child’s toy! Even the lat­est bru­tal will not deny him­self the plea­sure of fly­ing on this. An ide­al gift for those who, on the one hand, are fond of tech­nol­o­gy, and on the oth­er, an eter­nal child in their hearts. As a child, par­ents did not always buy such toys for boys. If your boyfriend is 25 years old or old­er, then when he was grow­ing up, these re expen­sive. Now the mar­ket is full of bud­get mod­els.

3. Quadcopter

radio controlled helicopter
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An option for those to whom the last gift seems like pam­per­ing. Take a clos­er look at mod­ern drones. They are not only more maneu­ver­able than heli­copters, but also shoot pho­tos and videos very cool. You will bring cool shots from your trav­els. But remem­ber that in Rus­sia all devices heav­ier than 150 grams must be reg­is­tered with the Fed­er­al Air Trans­port Agency. This is eas­i­ly done through the State Ser­vices.

4. Wristwatch

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There is a sign that giv­ing a watch means part­ing. Like, they will get up — and the rela­tion­ship of peo­ple will freeze. But for those who are not sub­ject to super­sti­tion, it is worth tak­ing note of the idea. Men love watch­es. Espe­cial­ly those who fol­low the per­son­al style. In the wardrobe of a fash­ion­ista there should be a watch for a busi­ness suit, free style, for sports and oth­er life sit­u­a­tions.

5. A set of cosmetics

Shaving set
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It can be cos­met­ics or pre­mi­um prod­ucts for those who grow a beard and like to go to bar­ber­shops. There are hun­dreds of ready-made kits on sale now. Unusu­al shav­ing foams (for exam­ple, with a chill effect), combs for mus­tach­es and beards, con­di­tion­ers for facial hair.

6. Set-constructor

Constructor set
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There are build­ing kits that are based on ideas from fans. Inter­est­ing solu­tions, which, after being assem­bled, become a full-fledged inte­ri­or detail. For exam­ple, a type­writer, an elec­tric gui­tar, a space sta­tion, a ship in a bot­tle, a yel­low sub­ma­rine from the Bea­t­les song. By the way, there are also themed sets based on the fan­ta­sy uni­vers­es of Star Wars, The Avengers or the TV series Friends.

7. Geyser coffee maker

Geyser coffee maker
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Why not donate a cof­fee machine right away? We ansr: if you have finances, then this will be the best gift for a cof­fee lover. But it’s some­how strange to go on a date on an anniver­sary and drag a ten-kilo­gram box under your arm. Then why not give a Turk for cof­fee? We retort: ​​it’s pos­si­ble, but it’s too easy … We reveal a secret: most men real­ly like to do some­thing with their own hands, under­stand tech­nol­o­gy, dig, cre­ate. Geyser cof­fee mak­er — per­fect­ly fits these cri­te­ria. It is com­pact, it has an unusu­al device and a cof­fee brew­ing mech­a­nism. You can exper­i­ment with it. And cof­fee from this will not run away on the stove.

8. Wine accessories

Wine set
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A present for a young man who will unmis­tak­ably dis­tin­guish Ries­ling from Sauvi­gnon and even more so not con­fuse it with Caber­net. Elec­tric corkscrew, vac­u­um stop­per and aer­a­tor (sat­u­rates the drink with oxy­gen for a more intense fla­vor dis­clo­sure). Some also come with a som­me­li­er knife.

9. Tie clip

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An inter­est­ing tie can also be pre­sent­ed. Today, guys rarely adhere to a strict busi­ness style. But like it or not, life impos­es its own sce­nar­ios and events, where it is appro­pri­ate to come in a three-piece suit. A tie clip will help to make the image unique. Now there are hun­dreds of vari­a­tions of inter­est­ing acces­sories on sale. For exam­ple, for our list of ideas, chose the shape of a shark.

10. Game console

Game console
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With such a gift, a guy can be lost. But if you are firm­ly con­fi­dent in the feel­ings of your gen­tle­man and in his self-con­trol — give. The pre­fix will not stand idle. Plus mod­ern games are often designed for two play­ers. You will be able to find out who wash­es the dish­es today dur­ing bat­tles in Mor­tal Kom­bat or on a vir­tu­al foot­ball field.

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11. Thermal mug with filter

Thermo glass
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A cou­ple of years ago, there was a huge demand for ther­mal mugs on the gift mar­ket. They re sold every­where and advised to give. If your boyfriend does not yet have such dish­es or his favorite mug has giv­en a gap, then rec­om­mend the lat­est trend — a mug with a strain­er. You can put cof­fee (if you pick up the grind) or tea leaves there. It is more con­ve­nient and faster than prepar­ing a drink in a reg­u­lar cup and then pour­ing it into a ther­mal mug.

12. Urban bacweack

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The squeak of fash­ion for all prac­ti­cal peo­ple. You can take such a feast and the world with you. The com­part­ments are spe­cial­ly made to fit all mod­ern devices and food con­tain­ers. It is also con­ve­nient for those who attend sports train­ing after work (if it is, of course, not hock­ey).

13. Men’s dressing gown

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Suit­able for baths and as home ar. It is not nec­es­sary to give an ordi­nary ter­ry robe. Today, mod­els are sewn from linen, vis­cose, and bam­boo. They look styl­ish and last a long time.

14. Wireless headphones

Wireless headphones
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If your boyfriend does­n’t already have them. A uni­ver­sal gift for those who pre­fer prac­ti­cal things with roman­tic sighs. Wire­less head­phones, like their wired coun­ter­parts, are full-size (with large ear cush­ions — “ears”) and com­pact.

The lat­ter, in turn, are divid­ed into vac­u­um (stick in the ear) and stan­dard. Before buy­ing, try to find out in which your young man will be more com­fort­able.

15. Board game

Board game
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Com­put­er games at one time replaced the good old “table­tops”. But now the fash­ion is back. For such a game, you can while away a sin­gle lan­guid evening. There are games for two, includ­ing those with 18+ over­tones.

16. Sapboard

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A gift for guys who love out­door activ­i­ties. SUPs are spe­cial­ly designed surf­boards that come with a pad­dle. You got on it and rod across the pond. The thing is sta­ble, it is pos­si­ble to fall off it, but it is dif­fi­cult. The sap deflates, so you can take it on trips with­out any prob­lems.

17. Sunglasses

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We often regret mon­ey for them, but it’s nice to receive them as a gift. If the guy is dri­ving a car, you can take a polar­iz­er. There are glass­es that fil­ter the blue spec­trum — helps relieve eye strain from elec­tron­ic devices.

18. Action camera

Children's action camera
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Anoth­er pop­u­lar mod­ern “toy” not only for the pros. Espe­cial­ly for those who are fond of extreme sports. This is con­ve­nient to take on trips and easy to attach to equip­ment.

19. Electric shaver

electric shaver
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For guys who don’t grow a beard and want to make shav­ing as easy as pos­si­ble. Mod­ern razors often do their job per­fect­ly, are unpre­ten­tious in care, and are free from wires.

20. Silver bracelet

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Gold is not suit­able for every­one in style and can look pre­ten­tious. And sil­ver is a more ver­sa­tile acces­so­ry. Plus, it’s more bud­get-friend­ly. If a man ars an elec­tron­ic watch, then the dec­o­ra­tion will not be com­bined with them. But with the clas­sic ones — quite.

21. Cooling Cubes

Cooling Cubes
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They are made from stain­less steel. This will not dam­age the glass, keeps the cold, does not affect the taste of the drink. Hold them in the freez­er for a cou­ple of min­utes — and you can throw them into a glass. Reusable. Suit­able for both alco­holic cock­tails and non-alco­holic drinks.

22. Multitool

Multi toe loop
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This is a “pumped” Swiss knife. A tool that pro­vides for almost all house­hold and trav­el appli­ca­tion sce­nar­ios. For handy guys who are con­stant­ly mak­ing and repair­ing some­thing.

23. Pajamas

Pho­to: Andrea Piac­qua­dio, pexels.com

Its plus is that it is dif­fi­cult to make a mis­take with the size, since the thing is over­sized. Choose a fun one with a fun print. And remem­ber that it is bet­ter to give pref­er­ence to nat­ur­al mate­ri­als like cot­ton.

24. Instant camera

Instant camera
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Mod­ern Polaroids shoot bet­ter, print faster, and some mod­els allow you to put on a col­or­ful fil­ter before print­ing. One bad thing — pho­to paper is not cheap. But are sure that your boyfriend will appre­ci­ate the gad­get of the ana­log age in the dig­i­tal age.

25. Microbrery

Mini brery
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Most often they sell ready-made kits — you don’t need to buy any­thing in addi­tion. Yeast, hops, mix­ing con­tain­ers and alco­hol meter. As the say­ing goes, just add water. And sug­ar — ll, it’s not a prob­lem to find it.

Original gift ideas for a guy for a year of relationship

  1. Trav­el. It can be a ekend in the coun­try or a full tour.
  2. New smart­phone. Just let him not for­get to care­ful­ly trans­fer all your cor­re­spon­dence and joint pho­tos to a new device.
  3. Tick­ets for a con­cert or sports match. Sure­ly, your MCH loves some kind of musi­cal group or is a fan of a foot­ball / hock­ey club.
  4. Culi­nary mas­ter class. Great idea for a gas­tro­nom­ic date.
  5. A trip to the spa. Guys also love pro­ce­dures that heal the body and spir­it, just not every­one admits it.
  6. Hair­cut at the bar­ber­shop. Choose a good salon, pay for a vis­it to a top mas­ter.
  7. Motorcycle/jeep license. The track is equipped off-road to make the trip inter­est­ing.
  8. Vis­it to the wind tun­nel. The instal­la­tion sim­u­lates a free fall like when sky­div­ing.
  9. Vis­it to the float­ing cen­ter. A new relax­ing treat­ment: salt water bath, spe­cial light — a kind of med­i­ta­tion.
  10. Pho­to­shoot. A gift for two — mem­o­rable shots from your anniver­sary.
  11. Flight by plane or hot air bal­loon. Vivid emo­tions for two or three hours.
  12. VR club. A vir­tu­al real­i­ty cen­ter where play­ers are giv­en glass­es with a built-in mon­i­tor so they can watch movies and play games.
  13. Tea cer­e­mo­ny. A pop­u­lar top­ic: the tea mas­ter will tell you about dif­fer­ent drinks, set you up for the cer­e­mo­ny and show you how to brew the ancient drink cor­rect­ly.
  14. Par­ty with a som­me­li­er. Wine tast­ing and a pro’s sto­ry about wines and blends.
  15. Pro­tein or gain­er. Nutri­tion­al sup­ple­ment for those who are fond of sports — helps to increase mus­cle mass.
  16. New T‑shirt. A sim­ple wardrobe detail, always need­ed and in demand.
  17. Per­fume. Just do not give per­fumes of large vol­ume, sud­den­ly they will not like it.
  18. Pho­to album with joint pho­tos. Pic­tures are rarely print­ed today — so the gift will be orig­i­nal.
  19. Wish book. Hand-made present with humor: give your boyfriend a kind of tick­ets, a check book, tear­ing out sheets from which he can make a wish.
  20. Auto acces­sories. Nav­i­ga­tor, reg­is­trar, a set of cos­met­ics for the “swal­low”.
  21. Portable speak­er. Con­nects to smart­phone via blue­tooth.
  22. Card­hold­er. Com­pact purse for bank cards and work pass­es.
  23. A cer­tifi­cate to his favorite cloth­ing store. A win-win, though not the most roman­tic option.
  24. Book. The best gift, take the new best­sellers in the book­store.
  25. Sub­scrib­ing to a stream­ing ser­vice. Series or music — con­ve­nient, mod­ern, prac­ti­cal.
  26. Expen­sive car rental. If your boyfriend is into lux­u­ry cars and sports cars, you can rent one for him.
  27. Vis­it to the mas­ter class. Pot­tery, clay mod­el­ing, paint­ing — in a big city you can eas­i­ly find some­thing to do.
  28. Knit a sater/mittens/hat/scarf. A hand­made thing is expen­sive in every sense.
  29. Sym­bol­ic gift. Let this be a ref­er­ence to your acquain­tance. For exam­ple, the first meet­ing was in a cafe — come on a date with a cake from this insti­tu­tion.
  30. Going to the cin­e­ma or the­ater. For a “cul­tur­al” date.
  31. Sou­venir with your pho­to. It can be a mag­net, a key­chain, a bot­tle of cham­pagne with a spe­cial label.
  32. Rent a glamp­ing. This is now a fash­ion­able for­mat for a coun­try hol­i­day, stands for “glam­orous camp­ing.”
  33. Home roman­tic. Eter­nal clas­sic: deli­cious din­ner, can­dles, com­fort and talk about every­thing.
  34. Indoor plant. It can be a minia­ture bon­sai tree or some exot­ic cac­tus.
  35. Plaid trans­former. This blan­ket and bathrobe 2 in 1 is for those who are con­stant­ly cold.
  36. For­tune cook­ies. Tra­di­tion­al Chi­nese del­i­ca­cy game.
  37. Note board. For those who always take notes on stick­ers and are used to stick­ing them all over their desk­top.
  38. A beau­ti­ful night light. There are dif­fer­ent light­ing modes.
  39. Per­fume for home. A good one is not cheap and looks sol­id. And the smell! ..
  40. Paint­ing. Order a repro­duc­tion of his favorite work from an ama­teur artist.
  41. Poster. A more bud­get-friend­ly alter­na­tive is for those who are into pop cul­ture.
  42. Leather belt. Anoth­er acces­so­ry that you will regret the mon­ey for your­self, and it is nice to receive it as a gift.
  43. Fun­ny socks. Now on sale there are mod­els with draw­ings, all col­ors and styles — they are also often packed in a beau­ti­ful box.
  44. Mar­ket­place cer­tifi­cate. Let him choose what he wants — an option for the prac­ti­cal.
  45. Cake to order from a bak­ery. Gift option for a guy with a set tooth.
  46. Elec­tric mas­sager. For those who have a seden­tary job.
  47. Quest. Quest rooms are now avail­able in all major cities — there the com­pa­ny is closed for a while in a room with rid­dles.
  48. Game of laser tag. A pain­less alter­na­tive to paint­ball is war with laser guns.
  49. Go to the shoot­ing club. Mod­ern shoot­ing ranges pro­vide a huge arse­nal of civil­ian apons, as ll as bows, cross­bows, throw­ing axes and knives.
  50. Pil­low-anti­stress of an unusu­al shape. In the form of a shark, a bot­tle of whiskey, a giant avo­ca­do — what they don’t sew!
  51. Footrest. For those who work in the office. This one relieves the back ll.
  52. Hand­made soap. Can be found with an unusu­al fla­vor, like Coca-Cola or Fei­joa.
  53. Home ather sta­tion. It looks like an elec­tron­ic clock, only the sen­sor wire goes out the win­dow.
  54. Per­pet­u­al cal­en­dar. A fun table­top item: comes with a set of num­bers and month names.
  55. Ther­mal under­ar. Tak­ing care of his health.
  56. Vir­tu­al real­i­ty glass­es. An expen­sive gad­get, and its bud­get alter­na­tive is a case into which a reg­u­lar smart­phone is insert­ed and replaces the screen. Through such a device, you can watch a spe­cial 3D movie and play games.
  57. Elec­tric lunch­box. A con­tain­er with a sock­et warms up food.
  58. A set of good­ies. Buy a nice box and fill it with choco­lates and sets. Alter­na­tive­ly, sausages.
  59. Smart ring. This is an alter­na­tive to a fit­ness bracelet.
  60. Mini bar. Neat refrig­er­a­tor with light­ing, where you can effec­tive­ly store drinks.
  61. Beau­ti­ful pen. For exam­ple, feath­er. A great gift if your boyfriend is a leader.
  62. Mini pro­jec­tor. This even con­nects to a smart­phone and allows you to project movies, pho­tos on the wall.
  63. Set for prepa­ra­tion of tinc­tures. A pre-made mix of herbs, dried fruits and oth­er ingre­di­ents for neat boot­leg­ging.
  64. Vinyl play­er. Just remem­ber that now records are very expen­sive.
  65. Wall news­pa­per. The theme of the issue is the sto­ry of your love. Ded­i­cate an arti­cle to each month.
  66. Pay for a pri­vate tour. For exam­ple, to your boyfriend’s favorite muse­um.
  67. Tols with his ini­tials. For guys who love to fur­nish their homes.
  68. Pok­er set. Chips, decks of cards in a beau­ti­ful wood­en box.
  69. Ortho­pe­dic pil­low. With today’s pace of life, good sleep is very impor­tant.
  70. Mas­sage slip­pers. The cor­ru­gat­ed insole kneads the foot and improves blood flow.
  71. Space nutri­tion. Borscht in a tube, bread in mini-bars — such a set is pro­duced by sev­er­al fac­to­ries in Rus­sia.
  72. Desk­top humid­i­fi­er. Pored by USB, often with back­light, some­times also with a built-in fan.
  73. Smart­phone sta­bi­liz­er. A self­ie stick with a motor that bal­ances the posi­tion of the phone when shoot­ing video.
  74. Table soc­cer. Enter­tain­ment from child­hood, for which it is pleas­ant to pass the time even in adult­hood.
  75. Tem­po­rary tat­too. You can arrange a prank: order a tem­po­rary tat­too with his name or por­trait, fill it, declare to your boyfriend that you love him so much that you could not resist. He’ll prob­a­bly be upset when the tat­too comes off in two eks.
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How to choose a gift for a guy for a year of relationship

We asked psy­chol­o­gist Sofia Bolkhovitina give rec­om­men­da­tions on how to choose a present for your part­ner.

  • Observe your boyfriend’s inter­ests and tastes. Remem­ber what he loves, what his pas­sion is, what hob­bies, activ­i­ties, sym­pa­thies his life con­sists of.
  • In advance and as if in beten times, spec­i­fy what he would be pleased to receive as a gift. Not all peo­ple like sur­pris­es. In addi­tion, with such prepa­ra­tion, you increase your chances of get­ting to the point — mak­ing the desired gift. It is pos­si­ble that in his fan­tasies a per­son has already decid­ed every­thing for a long time and is just wait­ing for your ques­tion.
  • Do not fol­low gen­der stereo­types, not all guys dream of a razor, foam and socks.
  • Rely no longer on gen­der, but on the per­son­al­i­ty of a per­son. Not all guys are bru­tal and adher­ents of strict clas­sics in clothes. For exam­ple, you should not give him ties if he does not like them and does not ar them. Even if you real­ly want to ar it.
  • Do not give what you would like to receive as a gift your­self. A very com­mon occur­rence! For exam­ple, a guy want­ed to get a robot vac­u­um clean­er as a gift and was always indif­fer­ent to fash­ion­able and expen­sive phones. And his beloved gives him the lat­est mod­el of a pop­u­lar brand phone with the words: “I dreamed about this, so at least let your dream come true.” Dis­ap­point­ments and deceived expec­ta­tions are inevitable, but it is quite pos­si­ble to avoid them.
  • Do not rush to pur­chase a gift relat­ed to the per­son­’s pro­fes­sion. If your boyfriend is a pro­fes­sion­al box­er, don’t buy him gloves that suit your taste. They may not be suit­able for var­i­ous char­ac­ter­is­tics, the under­stand­ing of which is not avail­able to you due to low com­pe­tence in this mat­ter. Only if he him­self hints at this mod­el, brand and col­or.
  • Don’t mix pro­fes­sion­al and per­son­al life. If your boyfriend works in IT, don’t buy him a T‑shirt that says “I love IT”. It is quite pos­si­ble that he does not want reminders of his pro­fes­sion out­side of work at all, and the office has a strict dress code, and the T‑shirt can be lit­tered with noth­ing to do in the clos­et.
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Popular questions and ansrs

In con­clu­sion, will sim­u­late sev­er­al sit­u­a­tions that may arise in your case when choos­ing a gift for a guy for a year of rela­tion­ship. The psy­chol­o­gist Sofia Bolkhovitina ansrs.

What can not be given to a guy for a year of relationship?

It is not worth giv­ing some­thing that does not per­form any func­tion oth­er than aes­thet­ic or sym­bol­ic. For exam­ple, a framed pho­to from your first date, a sim­i­lar full-length poster, paired paja­mas (with the inscrip­tions “his bun­ny / her cat” and every­thing from the cat­e­go­ry “this will remind you of me”.

It is bet­ter to give some­thing that he will def­i­nite­ly use, some­thing that has prac­ti­cal applic­a­bil­i­ty and ergonom­ic val­ue. Believe me, this will remind him of you much more often than a full-length poster.

What gift can you make with your own hands for a year of relationship?

Due to the gen­der atti­tudes of soci­ety, guys get affec­tion and ten­der­ness less than girls. Many expe­ri­ence a lack of care and phys­i­cal affec­tion. Arrange a spa evening for your boyfriend, pre­pare a bath with salt and essen­tial oils, light aro­mat­ic can­dles, give a mas­sage, relax, give a lot of tac­til­i­ty, relax­ation.

What kind of surprise can you arrange for a guy on his anniversary?

Rela­tion­ship anniver­sary is dif­fer­ent for every­one. Some­one meets and sees each oth­er on ekends, some­one is already mar­ried and even has a child. The cost and sym­bol­ism of gifts can vary from a pen­cil to a new apart­ment. A year lat­er, you already know your boyfriend ll.

Pre­pare a sur­prise based on this knowl­edge. If noth­ing comes to mind at all, then give some­thing relat­ed to com­fort, prac­ti­cal val­ue, for men this is often more impor­tant than the roman­tic com­po­nent.

For exam­ple, a com­fort­able ortho­pe­dic pil­low for sleep­ing. Lis­ten to var­i­ous com­plaints. If he has dry air in his office and his throat hurts all the time because of this, give him a humid­i­fi­er. If the com­plaint is about a seden­tary lifestyle, donate a bicy­cle. Only hav­ing pre­vi­ous­ly fig­ured out how con­ve­nient it would be for him.