Unstuff is a clearinghouse of ideas for gifts that you can "download, experience, or ingest." And they'll never clog up a landfill or end up in somebody's junk drawer.
Photos courtesy of www.unstuffgifts.com
Here's how it works:
Click on an experience and the website takes you to websites of vendors offering the service or experience. From there, do your own thing...purchase the product, like a share in a CSA, or the experience, like a Breaking Bad trolley tour.
There are ideas at every budget level, like spooning Bigfoot by reserving a campground at around $25 or un-beer-belly the one you love with a Cross-Fit membership, at $100-200/month.
And don't forget, with daily deal sites like Groupon and Living Social, gifting experiences can be affordable, as well as environmentally responsible. It's a win-win.
And, if you're not interested in gifting someone, explore the site for ideas to make your own fun.
Unstuff Gifts could be one of my best finds this year. Check it out and see for yourself.
You may revisit that bucket list or plan an amazing 2014. Regardless of how you dematerialize, have fun and unstuff your life.