If you’ve got a husband who doesn’t like gifts, you already know it’s a blessing and a curse. While his affinity for minimalism is remarkable, it also means you have to be extra creative when a holiday or birthday rolls around. If you can relate to this, save yourself the headache this Father’s Day. I put my thinking cap on and came up with some great Father’s Day gift ideas so that you don’t have to!
If your man swears his doesn’t want anything, or just simply doesn’t like gifts, well guess what? There is a gift out there for him! It just might not wrapped in box is all. Here’s 5 Father’s Day gift ideas for dads who say the don’t want anything!Gift your husband alone time.
Gift him alone time.
If you and husband have kids running around, why not give your husband a break for a day? Treat yourself and your kids to an overnight stay at an hotel, and leave your husband to soak up some peace and quiet. Trust me, this is an absolute tried-and-true gift for dad’s who are opposed to traditional gifts.
Gift him an adventure.
Does your husband have a free-spirited, adventurous side to him? Instead of making the same old Father’s Day dinner this year, how about taking the family to do something new together? Gifting your husband a unique experience like ziplining, ATV riding, or whatever floats your boat will be more memorable than fancy cologne, I promise!
Gift him your presence.
Okay, hear me out on this one. Is there something that you man is always trying to get you to do with him, but you refuse? For me, it’s watching basketball. Think to yourself, and I’m positive something will come to mind. Whatever it is, decide to do it with him for Father’s Day! He’ll love that you’re finally joining him to do something that you don’t personally like, and it’ll truly be a special gift to remember.
Gift him a pampering session.
You know men. They’re rarely going to take the opportunity to do something nice for themselves, so sometimes you have to give them a little push. This Father’s Day, surprise your husband with a professional massage. Make sure to do it up and gift him at least a 60-minute session to get the full effect! If your man deals with a lot of stress, this gift is perfect for him! He’ll leave his session feeling relaxed, pampered, and restored.
Gift him a mini family vacation.
After all, Father’s Day is about family, so why not take a mini-vacation with the whole crew? Round up your husband and your kids, and enjoy a nice staycation or a weekend trip away. If your husband doesn’t like gifts, your focus should be on making memories, and a family vacation will do just the trick!
Did any of these Father’s Day gift ideas catch your eye? Let us know in the comments how you’ll spend Father’s Day this year!