MOMeo’s 12 Days of Christmas gift lists starts with the people who make MOMeo life possible – your clients
1. Bottle of Wine
2. Around the World in 12 Coffees
Another beverage gift – this one for the caffeine junkies and joe-heads in your life. Coffee nerds, like wine lovers, know and appreciate good beans and blends from all over – so why not indulge them?
3. Sports Tickets
Just because you can’t name the New York Yankees’ starting rotation, doesn’t mean your clients feel the same way.
4. Box of cigars
For some, cigars are smelly. For others, there’s no purer pleasure. Canadians have the advantage of access to the world’s finest (Cubans), but US MOMeos shouldn’t be embarrassed to give cigars from the Dominican Republic.
5. World Clock
You have to marvel at the symmetry. 24 hours in the day, and 24 time zones in the world. To “set” the time zone, simply set the clock down so the representative city is on top. The size and shape of an egg, this clock is small enough for travel and cool enough to sit on someone’s desk.
6. Leather-bound notebook
You may use your computer and/or iPhone for pretty much everything, but a really nice notebook is better for really special things. Favorite homemade recipes, a travel diary –it’s always a thoughtful gift.
Think of it like a calligraphy stamp. It’s the sort of thing people enjoy but aren’t likely to buy for themselves. That makes for the perfect gift.
8. External Hard Drive
They’re useful for all kinds of reasons – and you never seem to have enough of them. If your files are important enough to back up, it stands to reason your clients’ are too.
Fun, retro – and very Zen; one putts the ball into the “hole,” it pops back out to putt again. Not just for the ‘50s Mad Men crowd, but a fun gift for the golf nuts in your life. Or, the Zen Masters.
Perfect for those mobile clients who work on small laptops. Who don’t have a lot of storage space. Who always seem to spill coffee.
11. Gift Baskets
It’s a standard gift for a reason. Safe, easy, and a nice way to “standardize” your gifts.
These handy devices makes online purchases safe from viruses – and much easier besides. It’s pretty much just plug-and-play; the swiper plugs into the computer’s USB port.