This post is sponsored by Michelob Ultra but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
This year Father’s Day 2018 is extra special for me because it’s the beginning of the 2018 World Cup!
There will be 11 matches on Father’s Day weekend, including Brazil vs. Switzerland on Father’s Day itself.
And best of all, I’ll be with my dad this Father’s Day, so we will watch the matches together.
After decades of celebrating Father’s Day & exhausting every possible option, here are 3 suggested gifts for dad who wants nothing.
Gifts For A Dad Who Wants Nothing
Here are a couple of gifts for the dad who wants nothing – whether you’re together or far apart on Father’s Day.
And these gifts make it easy to remember to honor your dad – whether it’s Father’s Day or not.
1. Call During Events
When you’re thinking about him, call him.
When you’re watching a big game or race that you know he’s watching too, call him.
In our house this weekend we watched Formula One and the French Open – both of these I started watching with my dad as a kid.
Whatever sports you watch now you probably started watching with your dad as a kid.
When the sports you watched with your dad are on TV, use that time as a quick check-in to talk to your dad.
2. Send Him Something Different
If your dad has gone through decades of Father’s Days like mine, there is very little left that he really needs, so Father’s Day is a fun time to give him something fun that he wouldn’t buy himself.
Michelob ULTRA has a great online shop now where you can find some different & fun gift ideas for dad.
You can shop beer gear all day long with Michelob ULTRA, which is a fun twist on the classic Father’s Day tie, BBQ apron or cup.
3. Do Something He Enjoys
The World Cup starts this week & lasts for a month.
Even better, I’ll have some time off work & will be able to watch the matches with my dad.
There will be dozens of matches & I already have World Cup FEVER.
I dug out my Brazil shirt this weekend to get ready for the biggest matches – Brazil’s matches!
I can not wait to spend the next month watching as much football as possible.
Whether or not you are into the World Cup doesn’t matter.
What matters is that you spend time with your dad, doing what he loves or something you grew up enjoying together.
Father’s Day is a reminder to give your dad a gift.
But, make it easy on yourself to give gifts for dad who wants nothing by building it into your regular routine.
What do you enjoy doing with your dad?
What will you do for your dad this Father’s Day?