DURAND, Mich., – Father's Day is just around the corner! Does your dad stay up to date on the latest technologies? Maybe he buys everything he needs or wants for himself? Perhaps your dad just isn’t the gift-receiving guy. No matter the case, Father’s Day is a time to celebrate the dads in your life. Typically this means buying a gift that will sit on the shelf or in the closet and never see the light of day. But presents aren’t the only way to show your dad you care this Father’s Day. We’ve compiled a list of things to do on Father’s Day for the dad who has it all. Here are 5 ways to celebrate Father’s Day without buying gifts.
Cook for him. Everyone likes to eat, right? But cooking can be a lot of work. This Father’s Day try cooking your dad’s favorite meal. Breakfast in bed is always a nice gesture, but a finely cooked steak will do just the same. We can almost guarantee that it won’t matter what you make, the fact that he doesn’t have to set foot in the kitchen will be the best gift in the world. Plus, eating your creation is a nice way to spend time together.
Do something together. Is your dad a golfer? Maybe he likes to go hiking or camping. Whatever it is, show your dad you care by doing something he likes to do. Spending time together is a great gift.
Watch his favorite show or sports with him on TV. Let’s be honest. What dad doesn’t love to watch TV? For Father’s Day, stop squabbling over the remote and let him choose what to watch. You might be surprised at what you find. Whether it’s sports or The Andy Griffith Show, you might enjoy that time together on the couch.
Do a project together. Is your dad a Mr. Fix-it? Has the door been squeaking or the roof leaking? Help him fix what needs fixing around the house. Get some yard work done or work on the car. Offer up your time and make yourself available for the afternoon.
Go to baseball game or other sporting event. Most dads love sports. Even if you’re not the biggest fan out there, live athletics are always way better than watching them on TV. Check out what teams are playing locally and grab some tickets for you and your dad.
Whatever you decide to do this Father’s Day, make sure to celebrate your dad! We hope these things to do on Father’s Day for the dad who has it all will inspire you spend some time with your dad this Father’s Day. Maybe what he really wants is to come down and test-drive a new Corvette! Has dad been talking about a new car? Make sure he takes a look at our How to Buy a vehicle page. It breaks down the car buying process to make things a little easier to understand. Maybe leasing a car is a better option. Our How to Lease page will teach you all you need to know about leasing a car. If you’re still not sure whether to buy or lease, look at our Buying vs. Leasing page to see the pros and cons of each option.
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