Snow is just SO beautiful: it covers everything like a fluffy white blanket and makes for a picturesque panorama. Snow is also better than rain because you won’t get as soaked, and you can actually do activities in it, like skiing or throwing snowballs. Have you ever tried to throw a rainball? I didn’t think so either.
2. Hit the slopes
Skiing is the best! Whether you ski, snowboard, or even sled, you’ll find that this is a great bonding experience – much more than roasting on the beach under the sun. You get a good workout, can eat a hearty meal to keep your energy levels up, and end the day with a great apres-ski session where you can dance and be merry.
There’sno bettertime to take layering to the next level: in winter, you can basically wear all of your clothes at once, wrap yourself in comfy scarves, and show off your fuzzy slippers. Winter is the season for boots that let you pretend you’re walking on clouds, jackets that feel like sleeping bags, and hats that cover up a bad hair day in the coolest way possible.
4. Eat all the Comfort food
Fondue or any other heavy wintery food is basically mandatory. You can enjoy a hot chocolate, put marshmallows in it, and top it off with whip cream because it's winter. Fill your stomach with warm soups, roasted chestnuts, and sugar cookies made with cinnamon. Winter has defined comfort food and when has comfort food ever been a bad thing? (Never.) This brings us to the next point ever so elegantly.
5. Forget dieting
There is no need for a beach body in the winter time, which is great news because that means, goodbye bikini, hello poncho! Your diet can be what people in fitness circles call “carb loading,” and that’s okay because your body actually craves this naturally: the higher your body fat, the warmer you are!
A little history on Father’s Day… Father’s day was first celebrated on June 19th, 1910 in Spokane, Washington. Sonora Smart Dodd started the holiday to honor her father who was a single father who raised 6 children. It took some years for Father’s Day to become as commercialized as it is now as the holiday faded in the 30’s & 40’s, but then came back with popularity in the 50’s
Some Idea’s To Make This Father’s Day Special This Year:
Take the day to join your dad with his favorite hobby, go golfing, fishing, bird watching, sailing whatever is something he love to do.
Go to a baseball, hockey, soccer, football game or whatever sport he likes.
Go camping and enjoy some one on one time in nature
Get him a monthly gift subscription to something he would never get for himself but might enjoy BirchBox for Men or Dollar Shave Club are some ideas.
Above all just spend time with your Dad we can guarantee you just to spend a day with his children is all he really wants and will remember the most.