by Yvette Johnstone
Each June we get the chance to honor our fathers and the role they have played in our lives. Father’s Day is a chance to be intentional with showing our dads just how much we appreciate the hard work they put into raising us and the love that they have for us. While our dads would be content with some quality time and a hug, gifts are a small way we can go the extra mile to show our dads some love. We have gathered up some of our favorite products that will make your dad feel extra special!
Andrea Cogley – AIP BBQ Sauce
My dad loves to grill! He also is incredibly difficult to shop for (you know the guy that has everything). But he does love a good cookout so I buy him these awesome and healthy BBQ sauces that are great on chicken, beef, fish, and vegetables! Whatever you want to BBQ just throw this on it while it’s grilling for a delicious and allergy-friendly dish!
Ashley Lees – Fruit Infused Water Bottle
My dad almost always travels for work so this is a perfect fit for him to take every where he went. The bottle has a space to put fruit for yummy natural flavored water and keeps the infused water cool during long work days. It is also very easy to clean as well! Since it is glass it is also free from toxic plastic chemicals but is protected with a silicone case for when he inevitably drops it
Emily Miller – Acupressure Mat
When it comes to buying a Father’s Day gift, I’m always researching to find something cool that my dad wouldn’t expect. He’s the kind of guy that tries to guess the gift before he opens it (and he’s usually right, dangit)! So, this year I am purchasing him something that will not only be a difficult guess, but something that I utilize on a daily basis and think he should too! Acupressure mats are so great for anyone who has back pain, sleep issues, or just wants a new tool to help relax the body. I can’t wait to see him try to guess this one!
Yvette Johnstone – Cast Iron Skillet
What dad doesn’t love breakfast? This cast iron skillet allows your dad to make a complete breakfast – eggs, bacon, sausage, and hashbrowns – all at once. It is also the perfect option to take when camping to avoid having to haul and clean multiple pots and pans when he could instead be enjoying the great outdoors.
Photos: Stocksy, Amazon
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