Fall is the best time of the year for many men around the country, especially since football season is ramping up. Stuffing themselves silly with turkey sandwiches and pumpkin pies on Thanksgiving never hurts. However, the luxuries of the autumn season can easily morph your husband into a couch potato on those lazy football Sundays. If this is the case, you might be looking for ways to get him off the cushion.
With this in mind, you might want to endow your husband with a gift for him that can liven up his spirits and encourage him to participate more in family occasions on the weekends. Although it's true that a dedicated fan can't possibly miss his special game, a loving husband should always save some time for his family as well, whether in the form of a pregame cookout or a family TV night.
One of the best things a father and son can do on game day is play a little catch with the pigskin in the backyard before the highly-anticipated game. While your husband surely has plenty of winter jackets and baseball caps that bear his team's emblem, what about those chilly days when catching a cold seems almost as easy as flipping a coin? In this case, he will surely be glad to have a personalized varsity knit hat in his possession, especially when his initials are on the front.
It's safe to say that golf is considered a fulfilling activity for most middle-aged professional men. If your husband is one of those who can't tee up on the links no matter what time of year it is, you might want to buy him a golfer's cooler bag that can hold all the necessary items that he'll need within reach during the entire game - tees, a glove, some balls and (let's not forget) a few cans of beer! If you really want to go the extra mile, buy him a customized driver that can add a few extra yards to his tee-off. Just be sure to find out what his particular club style is before making the investment, especially if he has a certain preference for steel or titanium.
If you have a husband who seems incredibly bored now that there is no more grass to mow during his downtime, why not please him with personalized gifts that can make him more active?