Whatever You Choose To Be
For today’s young adults, the possibilities and opportunities are exhilarating and limitless. But sometimes it's confusing with no clear-cut paths for major life choices after earning a degree. In this new gift book, inspired by a commencement speech she gave in 2014, Ann Romney puts forth eight key life lessons, the pieces of advice she wishes someone had given her when she graduated college.
Major Decisions: Taking Charge of Your College Education
After graduating from high school it is difficult to decide which major is right for you or whether it’s even worth investing the time and money into a degree. Major Decisions helps readers weigh decisions by illustrating earning potentials of different jobs and demands from different majors. Most importantly, it emphasizes that students are their own contractors of their education and it is up to them to get the most out of their schooling.
Aim High Tie Bar
Give your graduate a gift that they can wear to church or to any new jobs coming their way. An arrow tie bar helps remind the person wearing it to aim high in their goals, standards, and focus. Not to mention it dresses up any tie nicely.
"Today is your day. You're off to Great Places! You're off and away!" Oh, the adventure you'll have in this Dr. Seuss classic. Graduates are drawn to this Seussian version of the outrageous and wonderful odyssey of life. There are highs, and there are lows, but "will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed!"
Post-graduation is a stage of life full of adventure and new experiences. Help your grad remember them by giving them this picture-organizing frame. This frame will look great in any home and it’s easy to keep current by switching pictures.
When graduates move away from home they often
resort to frozen pizza or peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for most meals.
Help them embrace cooking healthy meals by giving them a cook book full of
tasty recipes that they can afford and won’t give them the “freshman 15.”
21 Principles: Divine Truths to Help You Live Your Life by the Spirit
In this exciting book, Elder Scott offers 21 principles distilled from his life experiences. These “concentrated truths” help graduates understand more fully how to be guided by the Spirit. Elder Scott’s brief explanations open the way for your own discovery and exploration.
Advancing from one stage of life is always exciting, but you don’t want your graduate to forget all the great times they had while in school. Treat your graduate to a remembrance ring so they can always hold their memories and life lessons close to them, no matter where life takes them next.
Willow Tree: Love of Learning, and Quest Figurines
While their formal education may be coming to a close, your graduate's love of learning never has to end. These hand-carved figurines are perfect for a graduate to display in their room, apartment, or work space. The sculptures are designed to symbolize elegance, simplicity, peace, serenity, and a quest for learning.