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If you have not been aware, Mother’s Day is almost here: it’s this Sunday 9th May. Hopefully you have already made your way through our comprehensiveand mom found the perfect thing. If not, time to start considering gifts that are not dependent on shipping.
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Like any small business, florists need help right now – so find one that is open and buy your flowers there. If for some reason it is not a good option, there are some other ideas for mom.
Massage, pedicures, museum visits, escape rooms, painting courses – so many of the fun and relaxing things that disappeared in 2020 will return in 2021. Groupon makes it easy to give mom the experience, and many of them are discounted right now when companies reopen and seems to be bringing customers back.
Is mom the adventurous, outdoor type? Consider giving her the gift of an outdoor adventure, thanks to 57 hours. The company offers guided tours, hikes, lessons and so on. They are on the expensive side, but you can contribute a gift card from $ 100.
Etsy is like a giant craft fair that respects social distance. The site is home to zillions of handmade items; with a gift card, mom can choose exactly what she wants.
Does mom love to read? Why stop by a single book or magazine when you can give her a large supply of both? Scribd is a subscription service that costs $ 9.99 per. Month, a price that includes unlimited access to Scribds library of e-books, audiobooks, sheet music, magazine articles and more. You can give a six-month gift subscription of $ 50 or a year of $ 100.
Each FabFitFun box promises a mix of home products, beauty, wellness and fitness, all worth $ 200 but priced at $ 50. Mom’s first box does not arrive on time for Mother’s Day, unfortunately, but Mom gets an advertising card either via email or hand-delivered by you.
Think mom might like cooking classes from Gordon Ramsay? Or photography guides from Annie Leibovitz? What about classes with expert gardeners? MasterClass is home to all that and more, and while the $ 180 annual membership fee may seem steep, it’s a gift that lasts an entire year – not just a single Sunday.
Do you have other great last minute gift ideas to share? You know the exercise: Write them in the comments!
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