Gift ideas for a one year anniversary

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March 30th will mark my boyfriend and mine 1 year of being together! I want to get him something nice because we have been through so much as a couple with-in a short amount of time, that would normally tear couples apart but I stood by him and it has made us stronger then ever! If you have any ideas of what I could possibly get him let me know.

 
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What does he like and what is your budget?

For the last few holidays, I've gotten my boyfriend a variety of things. For Valentine's day I just got him some Girl Scout cookies and a Weird Al CD. For Christmas I got him a nice leather briefcase and a little duo from Jack Black (skincare/shave stuff). His birthday, a Nexus 7 tablet, and he graduated last year too so I got him a nice Kenneth Cole suit for that.

In years past, I've given him stuff like an iPod nano, a netbook, clothing from REI, CD's/DVD's.. and one year I took him to see GWAR since they were in town around his birthday.

I should mention that we've been together for 7.5 years, so it gets hard to find good stuff.

 
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He's really into weight lifting, and not too fond of technology. I don't wanna spend more then $75-100 (were both poor college students)

 
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For anniversaries me and my boyfriend like to plan a day out together just doing something fun and memorable. It's the memories that last forever :) /emoticons/smile@2x.png 2x" width="20" height="20" />

 
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My bf is into weight lifting too. He told me to get him a weight lifting belt for our anniversary, but it costs $90. Anyway, to make it sentimental I got him one in the shade of my favorite color-PINK! Lol he wears it all the time at the gym.

 
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I agree that if you can get the time off to have a nice day out and just spend it together, go for a nice meal, maybe get him something personal that you know he loves but it doesn't have to cost a lot. His favourite chocolate/beer/records always goes down well and shows you know him inside out.

Surprise tickets to a band or sports game are always good if you can keep it secret :) /emoticons/smile@2x.png 2x" width="20" height="20" /> I'm no good with gym stuff im afraid!!

 
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I believe that the choice of a gift depends on the personal preferences of your partner. On the 5th wedding anniversary, we decided to throw a party for us and our friends. It was a lot of fun and we found a way to celebrate our anniversary romantically. We found a video from our wedding and rented a video wall (here 
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