Your dad always impressed you with his wide breadth of knowledge. With Father's Day coming, it's about time you switch roles.
Here are 5 low-cost ways to impress him this Father's Day:
1. Cook him the best steak ever
Over one thousand reviews can't be wrong, can they? Check out this recipe for the "Best Steak Marinade in Existence."
2. Change his car's oil
Was your dad the handy type that changed your oil when you visited during college breaks? If so, brush up on the steps and return the favor!
3. Throw around the football like a pro
Maybe he was the sporty type, always playing catch with you in the front yard? If you don't have your spiral down yet, watch this video, "How to Throw a Football Spiral Like a Pro."
4. Have a literary chat
Is your dad the booky type, always quoting famous authors, half-finished books all over the house? Cram in some Book-a-Minute summaries of the classics and see if you can keep up with dad this weekend. (Though, as fair warning, he probably won't be impressed that you didn't really read the books.)
5. Take photos like a pro
Help him remember the best Father's Day ever by brushing up on your photography skills and learning some new ones.
No matter how you choose to celebrate this Sunday, be sure to impress dad this father's day with a meaningful gift. You don't have to spend a lot of money on it. It could be as simple as some quality time. Just make sure you soak it up.