Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Happy Thursday friends! Thursdays are usually one of my nights off from blogging, since I usually go to a later-than-normal BodyPump class. However, since I’m able to enjoy the luxury (?) of 6:00AM Pump during the summer, here I am! So lucky for all of you… 😉

Anyway… I hope most of you are already aware that Father’s Day is right around the corner! I actually impressed myself this year & got gifts for both my dad & father-in-law way ahead of schedule. Chris & I have a tendency to wait until the last minute to purchase gifts, so the fact that everything was bought a while ago is a small miracle.

For those of you that still may be on the hunt, I thought I would compile a quick gift guide since I find that men are usually the hardest to shop for. I hope this proves to be helpful if you’re still in the market for a Father’s Day gift!

For the Foodie…

A gift card to Omaha Steaks is a great option for a dad that likes his food. While I can’t personally attest to the quality of the product, I have heard good things from others, so I still feel confident recommending this as a gift! On their website, you can choose gifts for any price range – from less than $50 to $100+.

For the Golfer…


Visit The Golf Wish, where you can purchase a gift card redeemable at participating courses throughout the country. There is a “Where to Use” search box on the main webpage, so you can be sure that your dad has somewhere close by to use the card! Oh, & it’s redeemable for all types of things – green fees, products, services, etc.

For the Outdoorsy Type…


I’d highly recommend Cabela’s for any dad who is into hunting, fishing, camping, etc. If you’re unfamiliar with Cabela’s, it’s basically a mecca for anything related to the outdoors. While there are only select locations throughout the country, gift cards can be purchased & redeemed online.

Other Ideas…

One of my favorite Father’s Day gifts that I gave to my dad was a drawing. (Not done by me, thankfully!) When I was in high school, I asked a friend who was good at art to draw a picture of my dad & I using a photograph I gave her. It was taken when I was 4 or 5, & we were dancing together. The drawing turned out great, & since it was a friend doing the drawing, it was quite economical. We ended up getting the drawing framed with the picture & it still hangs on my parents’ wall to this day!

Another thing I can’t recommend enough is Groupon. There are always tons of unique deals available – from cologne to restaurant certificates to watches and so on.

What are you getting your dad for Father’s Day this year? I wish I could share what I got my dad (it’s good!) but he reads the blog so I can’t!

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