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Six ideas of rushed gifts for Father's Day
These ideas are really easy to follow with very quick preparations for gifts that undoubtedly please your dad.
If dad already has everything he needs, he’ll always appreciate a meal prepared by his offsprings. Surprise him with a homemade dessert, or set up a whole barbecue feast and bring it to his house. Depending on which dining options are available in your part of the country, you can also try booking a table at his favorite restaurant or steakhouse. Or, print him out a generous gift certificate from a soon-to-reopen eatery and let him choose when he’d like to go.
And you can bet he’s sick and tired of buying expensive razors to shave it all off. Dollar Shave Club, The Art of Shaving, and even Gilette offer monthly subscription services that can take care of all that dirty work for dad, and deliver high-quality razors (and other shaving needs) straight to his door.
Dad may get stressed out just like the rest of us, and what he needs is a proper massage to beat those knots out of his aching back. If dad is comfortable getting a massage in a face mask, find a local spa that offers gift certificates and buy your father a nice rub-down, preferably at a place that also has a steamy sauna to relax in beforehand.
Ever since you can remember, your father has played the same lottery numbers: your birthday, your mom’s birthday, your siblings’ birthdays, and his old jersey number from back when he claims to have played some sort of sport in high school. On Father’s Day, surprise him by buying a year’s worth of those tickets in advance. Several states offer subscriptions that you can fill out (and also purchase) online. Plus, if dad wins big, he’ll probably share.
Is there a liquor store on the way to your father’s house? Great. Grab him a bottle of the good stuff — the kind of booze he won’t buy for himself. (It’s also worth asking the clerks if they sell gift bags or bows.) Bonus points if you brush up on a few cocktail recipes beforehand, and play bartender once you get to dad’s house.
Gift cards are polarizing. Some people embrace the opportunity to spend somebody else’s money at a specific store; others would rather have the cash. We don’t know how your dad feels about this kind of stuff, but if he likes to try new things, give him a multitude of gift cards to places he might like. A coffee shop, a hardware store, iTunes, that fancy supermarket that sells the dry-aged steaks he likes — the possibilities are endless. Tie them together with a ribbon, or better yet, stop by a drug store and shove all the cards into a handy money clip that he can toss into his glove box.
How to celebrate Father’s Dayduring pandemic
Plan a virtual meet up
According to CNN, while nothing compares to seeing your dad in person, a virtual celebration is the best way to bring together those who are not in the same household during social distancing.
By using video conferencing platforms such as Facebook, Houseparty, and Zoom, you can get a bit of intimacy despite physical distance.
Have a meal, share a meal
Since the pandemic began, some food banks are seeing a four-fold increase in demand. A donation of $1 to Feeding America could provide ten meals to children and families in need.
Is your dad always doing home improvement projects? Consider donating to Habitat for Humanity.
The organization's "Gift from the Heart" program enables donors to make contributions in honor of friends and relatives. The tax-deductible donations help families build places of their own to call home.
Plant a tree in his memory
Father's Day can be particularly challenging for anyone mourning the death of their dad. Planting a tree is a great way to keep your loved one's memory alive through a living tribute.
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