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There is less than two weeks until Christmas and people are getting all of their last-minute Christmas shopping done. Shopping for the little ones is always easy. They like toys, games and if there is something specific that they want, you’ll be sure to be told by them over one-hundred times. However, shopping for people that have become older and getting presents that can compliment their lifestyle is difficult. Once people have a certain type of depth to them, they seem not to need anything. Especially, parents and grandparents that no longer wish for anything to be given to them.


Tech is Too Difficult so Rewind


When shopping for people that are too old to readjust to the new modern technological age we are living in, its sometimes helps to slow down a bit. Try to think at a pace at which someone would want in an older age. The classics, if you will, at this point. There are a ton of things were renown and everybody wanted in those times. However, new technology has most likely already replaced the stuff that they wanted. So, we have to delve deeper. How about, things that are becoming refurbished? Or presents that are actually the things that they enjoyed, but remade for convenience and can bring back that nostalgia that they miss from a simpler time.


What Technology Brings Nostalgia?


For each parent and grandparent, the answer is going to be different. However, there are a few staples that can be easily placed dead on. Perfect examples would be like a remade version of a record player. Personally, I know my mother and father would dance in the kitchen to that old and broken record player. A refurbished one that comes with options such as Bluetooth, cassette players and CD players are all great ways to bring back beautiful memories of music. Others may be movies or games they enjoyed when they were younger. Books they may have read or even read to you when you were younger. Some of those books are even able to record your voice so you can read it to them every time they open it.

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Santino DeBlasiis

Rome, New York born and bred. Strong Italian heritage and a whole lot of talent. Let's play some Bocce. I'll win and then write about it. Otherwise, I'll be by the water throwing in a line and having a drink.