Father’s Day is just around the corner. We love and appreciate our Dads every day! However, this is the one day of the year where we can truly show how much we care. Antoine Francois Prevost once said: “The heart of the father is the masterpiece of nature.”
Here are five ways to make Father’s Day extra special for the Dad in your life:
1. Give Dad a break from his day-to-day chores
Whether it’s mowing the lawn or repairing a leaky tap, Dads are usually the ones taking on the “DIY” tasks around the house. Give him a break and ensure his to-do list is completely empty. If he spends a lot of time in the garden, why not get in a landscaping company to take over for a while.
2. Give Dad the tools to start a new hobby
Hobbies like making your own beer are all the rage these days. Many places sell kits that contain everything needed to get started. Choose from a range of beer kits from Beer Lab here. If gin is more Dad’s thing, you can get a DIY gin kit from YuppieChef. Why not make it more special by joining Dad in the process?
3. Have a box of beer delivered every month
If making his own beer isn’t his thing, you can still give Dad the craft beer experience by having a box of different beers delivered straight to his door. You can choose from a range of boxes by clicking here.
4. Buy Dad an experience as a gift
These days we are starting to realise that memories are far more valuable than things. Why not buy Dad something he can experience and will remember forever? There are so many amazing things to choose from, such as a supercar track driving experience, or tandem paragliding in Cape Town.
5. Make the time to spend the day with Dad
What Dad will truly appreciate is time spent with the people he loves! So, make sure you take the time to spend the day with him. Quality time will mean the world to your Dad. And it doesn’t cost a fortune! Why not make him his favourite lunch or dinner, or take over the braai duties?
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