Milestone Birthday Celebrations For Men

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Milestone Birthday Celebrations For Men

25 January 2017
 Categories: Travel, Blog

We all know the guy who's impossible to shop for. Everything he wants or needs, he immediately buys for himself, leaving friends and family with nothing to buy when his birthday rolls around. If the man in your life has a milestone birthday coming up, surprise him with an experience. It can be for just him, for just the two of you or it can be a huge party that all his friends can attend.

Fishing Boat Charters

If you live near the ocean and your guy is an avid fisherman or always wanted to try fishing, consider a fishing boat charter for his next birthday. Pack a collection of fun drinks and snacks, and then send him on his way with a handful of his best friends. When they arrive back on shore full of tall tales, have a dinner party waiting for him that includes everyone who wants to celebrate his birth. If you don't live near water, consider a destination birthday party. A weekend away with a few friends could be exactly what he needs as he begins another decade.

Private Movie Screening

Talk to your local movie theater about renting out a screen for a couple of hours, then invite the birthday boy's friends to join him for a special screening of his favorite film. If the theater allows it, bring in your own movie snacks for everyone to enjoy. When the movie's over, invite everyone to a local bar to keep the party going.

Decade Party

Throw a party around the birthday boy's favorite decade. It could be the decade of his birth or the decade of his high school or college years. Ask all of your guests to come dressed for the era, serve food popular in that decade and be sure that the music you play is authentic.

Dream Come True

If the birthday boy has always expressed a secret wish, try to make that wish come true. If he's always wanted to be a professional chef, see if a local restaurant will let him come help with a little prep work before the dinner rush. Give him a day-long boat lesson if he's always wanted to sail, send him to a shooting range with a skilled shooter if he's always wanted to handle a gun or send him to jump out of a plane. The idea is to think of a lifetime dream he's had, and try to fulfill some part of it for him. Then throw a huge party afterward so he can brag to all of his friends.  

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Traveling More Successfully

After scraping by for about 20 years financially, I realized that I finally had enough money to do something fun with my life. I decided to let go of some of my worries, be a little irresponsible, and spend some cash on a nice vacation for my family. We booked a trip to Hawaii, and it was so much fun to kick back, relax, and enjoy one another's company during the time away from school and work. This blog is all about traveling more successful with a family, and knowing how to keep your children safe from harm on the road.