Easter Gift Ideas: 5 Inspirational Presents That Could Change Someone's Life

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Ahhhh Easter... Yet another traditionally religious holiday that has been hijacked by consumerism. Candy, confetti, baskets, presents... Young or old, it's hard not to love this giant bunny-fronted holiday (or the time off from work/school that comes with it).

While it has been a long time since I've woken up to an Easter basket, I still exchange gifts during the holiday with my inner circle. If you do the same thing with your special someone(s), how about stepping up your gifting game this year?

Imagine if you could give a gift that's not only affordable but could help unlock qualities in a person that might set them up for a lifetime of adventure, riches, and fulfillment?

The 5 Easter gift ideas I've listed below have the potential to do exactly that!

1. A Lonely Planet Travel Guide

Easter Gift Ideas #1 - Lonely Planet Travel Guides

I had thought about traveling the world for a long time before I got off my butt and started doing it (and writing about it ). One of the main things that sparked my inspiration and turned it into action was a Lonely Planet Travel Guide.

My sister gave me one that was centered around how to travel around Southeast Asia on a shoestring budget. Something about that book, it's guides, hotel suggestions, dining recommendations... It just made the prospect of travel seem real.

If you want to give someone who has always dreamed of going somewhere the juice to actually start planning their trip, I recommend buying them a Lonely Planet guidebook that correlates with their dream destination. For added pizazz, you could wrap it with a card that says something like, "For when you finally tackle your dream of seeing Paris." or "Paris is Waiting." (replacing "Paris" with whatever their dream destination is).

You can browse and buy Lonely Planet Travel Guides here.

2. The Motley Fool Investment Guide for Teens

Easter Gift Ideas #2 - The Motley Fool Investment Guide for Teens

I shout out the book "The Motley Fool Investment Guide for Teens" a lot because it prepped me during my college years for a life of managing my money well. That education in money management has helped me to always have the cash that I need to do incredible things most people have only ever dreamed of!

Don't let the "For Teens" part of the title throw you off either. While there's a chapter in the book about how to work part-time that is a little more youth-focused, the vast majority of the book is perfect for people of any age who are new to investing, using credit cards or doing a number of other incredibly important things.

You can pick up your copy of this awesome book on right here.

3. A Lynda.com Subscription

 Easter Gift Ideas # 3 - Lynda.com

Whether your gift recipient wants to develop the skills they need to work remotely (like from a beach in Jamaica) or just wants to land a high-paying, fulfilling gig near their hometown, Lynda.com has what they need. Lynda.com offers tutorials on just about everything under the sun. They're all professionally conducted, easy to follow, and have the ability to teach you how to do just about anything in a few weeks.

Just think, you could give your gift recipient a new video game which will start collecting dust in a couple of weeks or you could give them the means to learn how to code which could lead them to a career in video game development that's worth millions of dollars over the course of their lifetime.

When you look at it that way, you can see why this is one of those Easter gift ideas that is worth some serious consideration.

4. A Kiva Gift Card

Easter Gift Ideas #4 - Kiva Gift Card

This is one of my favorite Easter gift ideas because it awards the person you're gifting to the ability to change someone else's life.

Kiva is a not-for-profit platform that specializes in helping people in 3rd world countries get loans they need to start businesses. For example, you (and a handful of other donors on the platform) could collectively fund a man's ability to buy goats in Iraq so he can start a dairy business that can keep his family afloat. You could help a woman in Vietnam get the money that she needs to rent out a space for a year so she can open her dream restaurant.

When you give someone a Kiva gift card, you're literally giving them the gift of helping put food in another person's mouth. I think you'd be hard pressed to find Easter gift ideas that are more inspirational and rewarding than that.

5. An Adventure

Easter Gift Ideas #5 - An Adventure

This is one of the more expensive Easter gift ideas that you can invest in so unless you're rolling in the dough, it may not be for you. Still, I think it's important to mention that if you can afford to send someone on their first trip to some unknown part of the world, it could inspire in them a wanderlust that could change the course of their existence.

Planning a trip for someone else can be hard since people have obligations. That's why I recommend that you let your recipient pick the date range for their trip themselves rather than just surprising them with tickets (unless you are 100% sure that they're available).

My first big international adventure to Vietnam helped define who I am as a person in a lot of ways. If you have the ability to help another person do the same thing for themselves by footing their travel bill, I guarantee you that it won't be something they'll forget.

Wrapping Up Our Easter Gift Ideas

Whether you opt for small Easter gift ideas like a Lonely Planet travel guide or big ones like a full-on adventure, all of the suggestions I've listed have the potential to be life-altering. Ditch gifting played out electronics that are on everyone's list this year and go with gift ideas that your loved ones will remember forever!

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