Graduation season is upon us! It’s a time to imagine what the future holds, as well as reflect upon the journey that led up to that special moment when they receive their diplomas and begin the next chapter of their lives.
I vividly remember graduating high school and college, and all the emotions that rushed over me during that time. A sense of accomplishment for what I had achieved, and a mixture of excitement and anxiousness over where my life would lead in the following months and years.
I also remember having to answer the same questions over and over again. “Do you know what you want to do with your life?” “Do you think that’s the right path for you?” “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” I’m sure it was well-intentioned, but these questions left me feeling more nervous than excited about my future. So, what’s the best way to inspire a recent graduate? Give them a gift that acknowledges their achievements!
The Bradford Exchange Online offers a unique selection of graduation gifts that are sure to encourage them to follow their dreams. To really put some pep in their step and a song in their heart, scroll down to see 3 of my favorite musical gifts for graduates. Each one of them is personalized with their name and graduation date to create a one-of-a-kind way to honor their hard work!
This wooden music box salutes your graduate on the glass-covered lid, along with stirring words of encouragement. Plus, it arrives with an inspiring poem card!
Handcrafted of fine Heirloom Porcelain®, this unique design is lavished with 22K-gold scrollwork, trim, and lettering. It’s sure to gleam with as much pride as you feel!
Reach for the stars and follow your heart is among the best advice you can give a graduate, and this glitter globe expresses that sentiment in a stunning way! Give it a shake to see silvery and golden graduation caps swirl around the dramatic centerpiece.
However you choose to inspire your graduate, keep in mind that a heartfelt “congratulations” is the best thing to hear from someone who loves you. Do you know anyone graduating this year? What’s the best graduate advice you’ve received or given? I’d love to hear from you in the comments!
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