Skip the flowers and chocolates this year and pick up Mom a Mother’s Day gift that she’ll absolutely swoon over. You know when you’ve found just the right thing when she tells everyone she sees about it! No need to spend a ton, these are 11 fantastic treats that cost less than $60 each (so you can buy one for yourself too!)
Pampering, in the comfort of her own home
Shhh…this is what I bought for my mom and my mother-in-law. In fact, I also bought one for my husband in anticipation of Father’s Day! A good friend has this and says it’s the best, that it completely eliminates any rough spots on her feet. I’m thinking I should have bought one for myself too!
Toss in some lovely Jamberry wraps and she can give herself a pampering from the tips of her nails to the bottoms of her feet!
A Weekend Retreat
This is one bag that stands out from the rest and you can be sure Mom won’t lose sight of it in this catchy design. I received a Roxbury 2.0 Carry-on Hardside for my recent Walt Disney World trip and can attest to the high quality of Ricardo Beverly Hills.
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The Perfect Fit
I just recently received my first Pandora bracelet and charm. It’s so stunningly beautiful, I think I’m addicted. I’ve been stalking the Disney Store link looking for my next addition.
Relaxation and Wellness
Lavender is lovely. Peppermint, refreshing. Serenity calms. Using doTerra essential oils is one of my favorite ways to wind-down at night. A drop or two on my feet and massaged in before bed and I am oh-so relaxed. Moms can use all the relaxing they can get!
A Book of Memories
I just returned from an epic trip to Walt Disney World with my mom. It was a whirlwind and I didn’t take nearly enough pictures, but we did capture some wonderful moments together. Consider combining your special mom moments together into a Shutterfly book. I have a dozen of these books and love going back through them to relive the memories.
If you’re a mom, what do you most want to receive for Mother’s Day? Breakfast in bed? Peace and Quiet? Share in the comments!
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