This is one of my favourite mindful activities. It doesn't have to be chocolate - you can eat anything mindfully. Just take your time and focus on what you're eating. Just make sure you don't eat the whole block.
I have seen this done multiple times by DIYers online. Here is my version of a Father's Day flip book made from a deck of cards, a free PDF (see below) and some hinged rings (available from Officeworks). Just write and/or draw 52 things you love about your Dad. Here are some ideas to get you started:
His corny dad jokes
His quirky socks
How devoted he is to his family
Driving you to sports training
His awesome BBQ skills
His great taste in clothes
His great pancakes
His bear hugs
His ability to fix anything that's broken
His great listening skills
His love of 90s music
His passion for fishing
He is a good listener
His unconditional love
His ability to cheer you up when you're down
His funny stories about when he was a kid
He loves dogs
His great gardening skills
He always understands when you need a Maccas run
His love of Indian food...
I made a little hole punch guide so that the holes would be in the same spot on all the cards. (see image below).
There's no such thing as a perfect friend, but some friends are not really friends at all. If someone leaves you out, doesn't listen, disrespects your beliefs, feelings or opinions, is unkind, puts you down, isn't trustworthy, doesn't apologise when they've made a mistake, laughs at you, and isn't there for you in the tough times - you might want to rethink your friendship. Sometimes it's tempting to be friends with someone because they're popular, not because they're a good friend. If you're having trouble finding a best friend, focus on being a good friend to others. The true test of a good friend is that they encourage you to be the best version of yourself.