It’s Father’s Day on Sunday - a day to celebrate and show appreciation for everything Dad’s do for us. If you are stuck on what to get Dad for Father’s Day, here are some ideas to help you get started. 

It’s the Thought That Counts

If money is tight, you don’t have to break the bank this Father’s Day. Put some thought into your gift to figure out what Dad would enjoy and appreciate. Think of things that he loves; music, the outdoors, fitness, technology, etc. Once you nail down what Dad enjoys then you can start to figure out a gift that he not only appreciates but also fits your budget . 

Spend Some Quality Time Instead of Money

If your Dad is the type that would rather enjoy spending time with his family rather than be showered with gifts, consider doing an experience gift. Again, figure out what Dad enjoys and go from there! Experience gifts can range from going to a baseball game or the race track, touring a craft brewery, spending the day outdoors fishing, hiking, or biking, or checking out a local art gallery. 

Happy Father’s Day!