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Creative Ideas to Honor Your Dad on Father’s Day

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Unlike other holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas where you celebrate the importance of family, Father’s Day serves as a day of remembrance and reflection for the men who raised and invested time into their children. You may be tempted to buy that coffee mug that says, “World’s Greatest Dad,” which would be okay because coffee is tasty. However, there are more creative ways to show honor to your father on Father’s Day. Hopefully, this list will provide you with some ideas to get you started.

1. Make Your Father Feel Honor Through a Meal

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Fathers in general like a good meal. Making tasty food is a simple but effective way to show him appreciation on Father’s Day. You can take him to his favorite restaurant and make a meal appear for him, or even better, cook or grill him a tasty meal and reflect on times that you shared with him growing up. It can be as simple or as fancy as you choose. If you choose to cook for your dad, this link, www.delish.com, can provide you interesting ideas that will be delicious. The important thing is to make sure you show him honor for providing for you and your family.

2. Personalize a Useful Gadget

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If your father has a hobby, get him a multi-use gadget that pertains to that hobby. For fathers that enjoy the outdoors as a hobby, multi-tools are a handy item to carry. For a creative touch, write a personal note as to how you think he will need to use the tool. It can be humorous and playful. An example would be something like, “For your all your survival needs, here is this really nifty, gritty, cool, gadget. When it saves your life, you can thank me later. Love you dad.”  And if your dad has a multi-tool, this link, www.uncommongoods.com will help provide some cool ideas for gadgets. Adding a personal touch to the gadget shows that you put thought into the gesture. Your intention here should be to honor his goals of investing in that hobby because it is important to him.

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