Best Ways to Celebrate Father's day


Get a gift

A gift is a classic way to show your appreciation to someone you care about. It doesn't have to be anything super expensive, just something that you've put some thought into.

You'll have to do a bit of thinking for this part. Try to think about what your dad likes to drink, for starters. A nice bottle of scotch could be quite fitting. If he likes to cook, maybe a new set of oven mitts or a fancy saucepan.

If all else fails, maybe you don't have the funds, a hot meal is a great gift. Treat your father to a fresh, homemade meal on his special day.

Written by Ella Crawford
8 months ago

Be Thoughtful

Try to put some thought and care into your Father's Day plans. The most lavish dinner in the world doesn't mean much if it's all your father's least favorite foods. When brainstorming plans and gifts, ask yourself these questions:

What does my father's day look like? Is he introverted or extroverted?

What would make my father's life easier? (Maybe he likes to bake but is always complaining about his mixer?)

What does my father need? (If he's always complaining about his back pains, maybe pay for a massage therapist?)

Is he an adventurous type?

Is there anything noteworthy he has mentioned recently?

Write the answers down along with any other information and try to come up with a plan that is congruent with what you know about him. For example, if your father is a social, but not very adventurous type that likes italian food, invite all of his friends and family over somewhere close by for some pasta.

Be Thoughtful

Written by Ada Matthews
2 years ago

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