How To Honor Father’s Day Without Commercialism

  1. Go Fishing

You may not find getting up at 4 am to head out to a lake and stare at the water for 6 hours exciting, but if your dad does you should try to embrace the moment.

If fishing is not his hobby, go kayaking or hiking. Put the ball in his court and then enjoy the game he chooses.

Getting outdoors allows for memorable moments you would miss out on if you would have went with that subscription to Golf magazine as his gift.

However you choose to spend your valuable time with your dad, he will be sure to appreciate the effort you spent in making Father’s Day all about him.

Let your dad know how much you value his leadership throughout the years, and how much you respect him, this is generally a man’s love language over receiving gifts.

We hope these ideas give you inspiration to make this Father’s Day special and make you feel okay with not buying those $500 clubs you thought he would like while opting for a tailored gift you can put in the family photo album.

And for more DIY Father’s Day gifts, be sure to check out more of Mommy Underground’s gift ideas complete with free printables Dad is sure to love!

Please let us know in the comments section if you have any Father’s Day ideas that your dad loved that weren’t costly.

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