12 Last-Minute Father's Day 2018 Gift Ideas That Are Still Thoughtful & Personal
Many of us are perhaps scurrying for the past sorts of last-minute Father's Day gift ideas for this year, but never fear — you're far from alone in this struggle. Parents in general are notoriously hard to shop for. After all, your 'rents are savvy and smart and probably have a hold on all the things they actually want and need. What's harder when it comes time to gift them is finding things they might want or need that they haven't already heard about and bought for themselves.
With Father's Day right on the horizon, you're probably feeling that pressure to find a thoughtful, personal, and actually useful gift now more than ever. If you're understandably stumped, the good news is there are lots of options at your disposal — websites like Etsy, Target, and Amazon all have sections dedicated to gift ideas with lists of items and price ranges, so you can make sure your Dad is covered in the gift department. But to avoid the hassle of having a million web browsers open during your hunt, this list assembles some easy Dad gift options all in one place, all of which are reasonably priced and ready to ship. Here are a few things that will save the day if you're crunched for ideas.
1. A Mug To Keep His Drinks Hot In The Office
Espro Travel Coffee Press
A "double micro-filter" gives flavor without any of the grit from ground coffee beans, and insulated steel covering means Dad can keep his drink as toasty as possible. This cup will probably save him a great deal of time and energy on chugging down his brew in the AM.
2. A Handy Place To Keep Everything Important
3. Cooking Utilities For Dads Who Don't Want To BBQ
4. A Way To Get All Of His Devices Juiced Up
5. The Soundtrack To The '60s
6. A Guide To The Wild Life
How to Eat in the Woods: A Complete Guide to Foraging, Trapping, Fishing, and Finding Sustenance
Your dad may be itching for a wilderness adventure, and if he's been talking about taking the family on an excursion into no man's land, get him this book before he talks any further. That way, he (and the fam) will be as prepared as possible.