Gift ideas for Dad
This Sunday, we’re celebrating dads and everything they’ve taught us, from how to change a lightbulb, to how to treat Mom well, to how not to tell jokes. We carry a bit of their wisdom with us every day, including how to approach challenges of any size — from stuck screws to balancing work and family. Here are some of the most valuable life tips our Taskers have learned from Dad.
So you waited until the last minute to arrange a Father’s Day gift? Relax, it’s not too late. TaskRabbits can help you delight the dads in your life. Awesome, friendly, dad-loving TaskRabbits can: Deliver everything he needs for a barbecue. Pick up and deliver that camping gear he’s had his eye on. Bring him a bottle of something good. Do his chores for the week. Play caddy for the day. Send Dad Some Love
Let the dads in your life know how much you care this Father’s Day. You already know you can hire a TaskRabbit to deliver just about anything — from a bottle of something awesome to a shiny, new gadget — but have you thought about sending a card? You know, a printed-on-paper, dropped-in-the-mailbox greeting? Our friends over at Sincerely want to give you a free, customized card. How awesome is that? Grab one now for a dad that rules. Get a free card.
Mother’s Day trumps all other days in long-distance calling, flower delivery, mail volume, and restaurant reservations. It’s pretty much the “mother” of all holidays. By comparison, it seems like Father’s Day always gets second billing. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Be he friend, significant other, relative, or your very own dear old Dad, show some love to the father in your life this weekend with a little help from TaskRabbit. He’ll appreciate it more than a tie. Here are some of our favorite ways TaskRabbits can help you delight Dad: Do his chores. A TaskRabbit can take care of mowing the lawn, cleaning the garage, washing the car, and anything else on the chore list this weekend. Fire up the grill. Going to the game? Consider hiring a TaskRabbit to pick up the groceries and man the grill for the tailgating party. Plan a last-minute getaway. Post a virtual Task to plan a weekend of rafting, hiking, camping, or touring a local brewery. Bring him a sandwich. Everyone knows Dads love sandwiches. …
Think of all the ways in which a father could enjoy more free time in his day. Free time equates to rewards like: getting to watch that basketball game he’s been looking forward to, catching up on nap time, working on his golf game, reading that book he’s been looking forward to finishing or simply enjoying more time with the family.