Stay in the Know:
It is that time again! Momma gets a day to relax. In the United States, Mother’s Day lands on May 8th this year, the first Sunday in May. What are you doing for Mom this year?
There are so many ways to show your love and appreciation.
For instance, how about a nice breakfast for her? These yummy and Gluten-free blueberry lemon muffins are perfect for a Sunday morning. Speaking of eggs, I have a super-easy Frittata recipe and a delicious Hummus omelet.
While a delish morning meal is a great way to say thank you, a gift that suits her personality can be a lovely way to show your love and appreciation.
If she loves history, maybe a great book or a special tour of a nearby museum. Does she love music? How about some concert tickets or a limited edition DVD set? An art lover? Book her an art class you can do together or treat her to a print or piece of something you know she loves. Another fun option: Make plans to check out an Affordable Art Fair (here’s one NYC does a few times a year) or local craft show together.
What about a gift to help her pamper herself or practice self-care?
For instance, if she always wanted a spa day, why not get her a gift certificate to her favorite spot? Or an at-home manicure kit like this one I’m obsessed with from Olive & June. For the mom who’s into clean beauty, she might love a set from Crunchi, which you can check out on my shop.
For a mom who loves fitness, treat her to a pretty water bottle or class pack or some gear or an outfit she’s been eyeing. If your mom loves cooking, consider booking a cooking class (virtual or live) or gifting her some of her favorite goodies. For the mom who loves self-help books, maybe she’d enjoy a copy of The Little Book of Game-Changers?
These are just a few ideas to get the wheels turning. I’d love to know what you’re giving your mom this year. Just reply to this email to let me know.
Lastly, I just want to take a moment to acknowledge that Mothers Day can be challenging for those who maybe have a complicated relationship with their mother or if their mom is no longer around, or if you are struggling with wanting to be a mom and are not where you want to be yet. If this day is hard for you, know that I’m sending you so much love. Take whatever space or time you need to feel and process your feelings, and if it helps to connect with others or touch base with a licensed mental healthcare practitioner around this time, don’t be afraid to seek the support you need.
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