Father’s Day is coming. And, if you want to make it to the top of your old man’s favourite child list this year, it’s time to start thinking about gifts. But before you go out and panic buy some novelty socks and slippers, hold it right there. Make sure you read our dos and don’ts of Father’s Day gift giving first. 1. Do consider your dad’s interests News flash: not all dads are the same.
As a mom, I am constantly challenged to show my kids that nice is good, that kindness still exists, that even though things seem tough, there is always light at the end of the tunnel. While at times it may seem difficult to hold this positive outlook on life, it is not impossible. Even those without kids may find it difficult to tell themselves that despite recent events, overheard conversations, or personal encounters, people are
Father’s Day could be a rather tough day. You could certainly get up one more tie a coffee mug with the words or “World’s Best Dad” written on it and he’s going to accept it without any fuss. However, what is the harm in getting him something distinctive this year? Finally, the matter at hand is that of a guy who perhaps taught you the way of tying your shoelaces, playing catch, building your foremost
Whether it be for the upcoming holidays, for a birthday or for any other event, buying gifts for women is not always straight forward. Generally speaking, women know what they like and they stick to it be this make-up, perfume or particular clothing brands and a gift for the lady in your life can be tricky to get right. Before you buy the gift it is important to consider what kind of things they like,