With Father’s Day right around the corner, and Covid-19 restrictions slowly easing, you can make up for the lack of celebration last year (due to the coronavirus) by making this year’s Father’s Day extra special!
If this past year has taught us anything, it is realising the importance of family. Not being able to see or interact with family members due to the coronavirus has been incredibly difficult – especially on special occasions like this one. Last year, a facetime call or a 2-metre virtual hug was all we could offer up as a present. However, with restrictions slowly easing and a roadmap to normality in place, we can officially meet up, socialise, and enjoy one another’s company. We think that after the year we have had, all any father wants right now is to spend time with their loved ones.
Which is why we have listed three simple ways you can make the most of Father’s Day this year.
Not to be stereotypical – although we are going to be just that. It’s a known fact that dads just love Barbeques! As soon as it bypasses 10 degrees, shorts are on, drinks are in hand, and burgers are sizzling. It’s literally apart of British culture! And with restrictions allowing groups of six together in private gardens, you really can’t go wrong with a family barbeque this Father’s Day. Just make sure you get the beers in!
Breakfast in bed
If there’s one thing that dads rarely get to enjoy, it’s a lie in! And for most people, it’s the little gestures that matter the most. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to make someone feel special. Many people have been rushed off their feet these past few weeks as the hype of businesses reopening is in full swing. And if your dad is one of them people, we guarantee he would love nothing more than to be treated to his favourite breakfast whilst having a much-needed morning rest.
Enjoy a hobby
Spending quality time with loved ones is important now more than ever. There’s something special in watching and listening to someone partake in an activity they love doing. And there is something even more special about someone taking an interest in an activity that you love doing. Whether it’s a round of golf or fishing, dedicate Father’s Day to doing something you know your dad truly loves.