Either single, married, working-class, busy and all types of Mums around the world. By the way, Happy Mothers day in advance, here in the UK Mothers day is celebrated on Sunday 15th March 2015 so if you're also celebrating Mothers day anywhere around the world, I am using this medium to wish you a big "Happy Mothers day celebration", well done on being a mum, (it's a tough job), more grease to your elbow. :-)
Also lest I forget, it is "International Women's Day" today, it is an annual event that celebrates women’s accomplishments and promotes global gender equality.
As Mother's day fast approaches, alot of us are thinking of what to get our mums, wives, partners, and all mother's out there!
Here's a list of affordable gift items that you can get your hands on at really good value for money.
Google is your friend, do not be afraid to use it. You can easily search for Mother's day gift ideas and a series of searches will come up for you to view.
Firstly think about what you know your mum likes; for example I love writing and I love social media so its very easy for my husband to pick up a gift for me for Mother's day.
If your mum is not easily predictable, then not to worry here's a list of gifts you can lay your hands on, and I'm sure you'll thank me later.
Flowers, Jewellery and perfumes seem to be the most common gifts mums receive for mother's day, however why not surprise her with something different this time.
Here are some of my ideas for a perfect Mother's day gift :-)
-Personalised gifts:- they are the best, it creates memories in years to come. You need at least 3-5 working days to be able to get your gift on time for Mother's day
-Kitchen Utensils:- If you've noticed your mum's kitchen items are old and crying for help, why not surprise her with new sets of cutleries, pots/pans, kettles, food processors, coffee maker, microwaves or you can even change her cooker, dishwasher, washing machine and other major kitchen appliances if you can afford to like I said IF YOU CAN AFFORD TO lol. Don't shoot me here I know it seems big and sounds expensive but if you can buy your mum a perfume, take her out to dinner and buy her clothes all worth £150, well you can get cheaper Kitchen appliances as cheap as £29 which your mum can look back on in the next 5 years with a beautiful smile on her face.
Russell Hobbs Bread maker only £55
Breville digital fryer only £55
George Foreman Health grill really cheap at £46
Russell Hobbs Kettle only £29
All available at www.ao.com
Cutlery set available online at Debenhams.com
-If your mum, partner or wife is a working class woman that works 24/7 and you think she deserves an amazing treat, you can visit www.groupon.com, www.vouchercodes.com & Martin Lewis's Money saving website www.moneysavingexpert.com (which is one that I am a big fan of) for amazing Mother's day treat deals such as:-
- Full body Massages.
- Pedicure & Manicure treatment.
- Whisk her away with a Spa weekend that includes Lunch/dinner, Champagne and a facial.
- A day trip to a location of your choice that includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- A Horse riding experience.
- If your mum is a fashion lover, or a gym enthusiast you can get her one of these cheap and affordable hoodies, fleeces and tops as cheap as £8 from http://www.benola.co.uk/collections/womens
- Photo frames:- really cheap and affordable, pick a really good photo of your mum, personalise it by engraving a really good message for her. Check out different websites online (there's millions of them)
Hope you all enjoy your week and once again Happy Mother's day to all mums out there :-)