Happy Father's Day! I hope you've remembered to send your dear old dad a card or present. If you need some last-minute ideas for spending quality time with him today, check out my tips. I caught a great National Public Radio segment this week featuring Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan remembering their fathers. Since so many of you are Adler/Doonan fans, I thought you might enjoy listening to this Father's Day interview with Simon and Jonathan. It made me think about how I relate my favorite stories about my father, or describe him to friends who haven't made his acquaintance. So whether you're making a long-distance call to wish your father a good Father's Day, or spending the day with him, here's hoping you have a great day with your dad!
Did you get your Father's Day card in the mail yet? If you're lucky enough to live close to your dad, you can always hand-deliver him the card this Sunday. Some father-daughter time is probably high on your dad's list of perfect presents this year, so if you live relatively close to your dad, make sure to spend some time with him this Sunday. I've rounded up some fun home-and-garden-based ideas for celebrating Father's Day with your pops this year. And best of all, each and every idea only costs you your time.
If your dad is anything like mine, he'd prefer your presence to your presents on Father's Day. But why not throw yer ole man a bone with a little gift that won't break the bank?
I've rounded up a range of accessories for Pop's pad under $50 that will surely make him smile. If you find a way to personalize them, even better! For example, unearth a nostalgic photograph of you and your main man from back in the day for these beautiful frames. No such luck? A homemade manly meal always shows that you care. See my affordable and masculine finds when you read more