Father’s Day Guide 2021

by | Jun 9, 2021 | Flexible Working | 0 comments

Father holding son

Father’s Day was first celebrated on July 5, 1908, in honor of 362 men who had died in the previous December’s explosions at the Fairmont Coal Company mines in Monongah, West Virginia.

It was meant to be a one-time commemoration.

This year Father’s Day is on June 20, 2021. On Father’s Day we celebrate and thank fathers for their sacrifices and love for their families. 

Many fathers are working from home currently. They may need some new gadgets to improve their home office. Or they may want to get out of the house and do something fun. 

Here are some ideas to celebrate with them. 

Gift Ideas for Working From Home Dads

1. A Standing Desk like this one from Amazon.

Standing Desk 

2. A support pillow for lumbar spine

support pillow for lumbar spine

3. A webcam with built-in microphones for video conferencing

 webcam with built-in microphones

4. Wireless bluetooth headset

Wireless bluetooth headset

5. A Day Pass to your local coworking space

Father’s Day Activities

  1. Alamo Beer’s annual FatherFest 

Enjoy live music, great food, beer, lawn games, and more!

Sunday, June 20 from 11 AM – 9 PM 

Free Admission 

202 Lamar St, San Antonio, TX 78202

2. 10th Annual Father’s Day Open Car Show

Sunday, June 20, doors open at 4 p.m. 

FREE Admission for spectators! 

45522 Fredericksburg Road. San Antonio, TX 78201

3. “Daddy Daughter Grand Ball” at the San Antonio Botanical Garden

Friday, June 18 | 6 – 9 p.m.

Fee: $35 adults; $20 kids includes crown kit.

555 Funston Place, San Antonio, TX 78209

More Events

Interesting Reads for Father’s Working From Home

  1. Why You Don’t Want to Use Your Home Address As Your Business Address: the downsides of using your home as your business address
  2. The Remote Work Report 2021: 3,900 global remote workers share the good, bad, and unexpected
  3. 5 Tips for Working From Home When You Have Kids: how creating a routine and dedicated space can help you.
  4. This one thing can break up the monotony of remote work: the benefits of taking your work outside. 

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