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Five Ways To Make Your Father's Day Memorable

The Cotton Team
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Our fathers play a significant role in our lives as caregivers, protectors, financial supporters, and the most important pillars of our emotional support.


“When my father didn’t have my hand, he had my back” Linda Poindexter

As time flies we become older and surely our fathers do. We become more capable of handling our lives, and they become less capable of handling theirs. As they get older, they become more sensitive. Our role is to help them, care for them, and hold them in a special place in our lives.


Here are 5 ways to make this Father’s Day count and celebrate their huge footprint in our lives:

1. Exercise

Some retired fathers spend a long time at home with minimal activity. This routine can make them slothful, bored, irritable, and increase their personal and family stress levels. Experts on stress management suggest exercising especially for the elderly. A regular daily exercise has countless benefits including strengthening the heart, weight loss, and decreasing insulin resistance. Walking or running on a treadmill is an excellent source of exercise that puts less stress on the body.

2. Healthy food

A healthy lifestyle involves pairing physical activity with balanced nutrition. Make sure your father gets the right balance of protein, vegetables, and healthy carbohydrates. He can easily do so with a grill, food steamer, and rice cooker.

3. Help Him Look Younger

Although our fathers are always keen to look young and handsome, they often find it difficult to do so. It’s frustrating to wait at the hairdresser for hours to look good. But with an electric shaver or a beard trimmer, he has the freedom to groom and enjoy different looks with minimal effort.

4. Always stay connected

There is nothing holding you back from reaching out to your parents on a regular basis. Technology has even made it possible for you to see them even remotely. Don’t worry about your dad when he is going out with his friends or traveling anywhere. Connect through a phone or a video call via smartphone or tablet at any time and keep a power bank in his pocket to reach him without being disconnected.


5. Quality Time

Some fathers find going out a little bit exhaustive. They like staying at home watching TV, browsing the internet, carrying a conversation by the balcony. Help your dad enjoy staying at home with a larger TV screen that gives him cinematic experience. Let him comfortably enjoy the latest matches, news, and trends.


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