In America, there is nothing like Mother’s Day…
Father’s Day, on the other hand, is relegated to 2nd class status. (How many of you know it’s the third Sunday in June?) People spend about half as much on Father’s Day as they do on Mother’s Day. At the same time, you still want to get the big guy that perfect gift.
Most dads want some type of experience as a gift. Here are some ideas:
Activities. Do something together. Work with him on his favorite hobby or do another fun activity that you would both enjoy.
Prepare a meal or eat out. Many dads miss dinners or breakfast with their family. If possible, cook something for your dad or go out for a snack together. Eating has always been an excellent way that people can spend quality time together.
Crafts. Dad’s like homemade things no matter how old their children are. Here are some easy ideas to get you thinking what he would like.
Relax: Lots of dads never take out time for themselves. They sometimes see pampering as unmanly. The best gifts are the ones that he would never get for himself. Sports massage is a combination of different types of massage therapies and techniques depending on the needs of the person for a relaxing and tension-relieving massage.
Whether or not you buy your dad a gift this Father’s Day, be sure to remember him with a card or a phone call if he’s out of town, or try to spend some quality time with him if he lives nearby. That’s really the best gift of all.