Don’t Forget Dad- A Father’s Day Gift Guide
I can’t believe that Father’s Day is next Sunday (June 19th). I feel like with all the end-of-the-school year festivities, teacher gifts, and the overall relief of taking a break from packing lunches that I forget about Dad. No need to panic, friends, I have a Father’s Day gift guide that will have Dad thinking you picked out his gift months ago, and of course you didn’t forget.
Fathers’s Day Gift Guide
Give Dad the gift of Clean with the Spiffy Mobile Car Wash Service. Choose from Just A Wash to the Totally Awesome Detail service. Spiffy will come to your location and wash your Dad’s car, truck or SUV.
From soccer games to school plays, Dad was there cheering for you! Encourage Dad with a FaithBox filled with a monthly devotional, books and products to encourage dad in his Christian walk. My favorite is the Perry Noble’s Leadership box, an excellent way to support dad in his role as head of the house. The box includes Perry Noble’s latest book, The Most Excellent Way to Lead, an energy bar, coffee, bookmark, leadership poster, and a leadership devotional. Use code: Impact10 for a 10% savings.
The weekends are for watching the game unless it’s the NBA Finals, but whenever Dad is watching his favorite sports team get him a Southern inspired Carolina Snack Basket from the Southern Oak Gift Company, a North Carolina owned company. Pair the basket with a t-shirt of Dad’s favorite sport team and you’ll have a slam dunk gift.
Dad’s a busy guy. He works a job, takes care of his family and the honey-d0 list. Make sure he’s taking care of himself with getting the right nutrients and exercising regularly. Sign Dad up for the VitaFive vitamin delivery service that packs customized daily vitamins based on Dad’s needs- Active, Sleep, Essential, Brain, Heart and Immune.
Exercising regularly is a must for overall health. Give Dad a boost in his fitness routine with a personalized plan to get fit or stay fit with Kiqplan. Each Kiqplan 12-weeks programs are $19.99 and easily link to your phone and fitness devices. Plans include workouts, recipes, and videos to keep Dad on track to reach his goals. My favorite plans for Dad are the Beer Belly Blaster & Sun’s Out, Guns Out.
What’s on your list for dad?