From online happy hours to celebrating birthdays virtually, we have been able to keep our friends and relatives closer through video phone calls. This guide will allow you to make mom feel extra special without having to do another “birthday car parade”. We know package shipments are unpredictable during lockdown which means that paying for next day delivery might be risky or not possible at all. For those who have yet to purchase their Mother’s Day present, we are here to help save the day with unforgettable presents!
- E- Gift Card
For the fashion-forward mom, who is a bit more particular with presents, let her do the choosing. Send her an e-gift card from her favorite shop. She could purchase whichever shoes or handbag she likes, and you would not have to worry about keeping the return receipt!
- Rosetta Stone Language Classes
Make her dreams a reality, she could learn a new language in no time. With the fully immersive program at Rosetta Stone, your mom could finesse her accent and master the basics in as little as three months. For $119.88 ($9.99 USD /month) she could begin her long-awaited journey of speaking Italian.
Airbnb is offering online experiences, from tasting wine with a certified Sommelier to spending an evening at a cocktail hour jazz club, all virtually of course! There are plenty of options to choose from and the best part is that there is no shipping included, you can be sure this gift will arrive on time!
- Run a virtual race together
For the fitness-oriented mom, take on a challenge and do a virtual race together. Get your workout on with your mom and kick off Mother’s Day weekend with a boost to your energy levels! With the Strava app, you can track and record your pace, distance, and time while running. Just follow your mom on the app and ready, set, go!
- Virtual Dinner Date
It is not always possible to join mom for an in-person Mother’s Day meal. Send mom her favourite meal and give her a call to have a virtual date together. She will appreciate the thoughtful gift and the time spent with you.
Let’s remember Mother’s Day isn’t canceled, quite the opposite, the sentiment behind the holiday is more meaningful now than ever.