Mother's Day

Celebrate Mother’s Day With Acts Of Kindness: 5 Ideas To Show Your Mum How Special She Is

Mothers Day is just around the corner! There are so many different ways to show your mum love and gratitude this Mothers Day. While some mothers would love to receive a gift as a sign of appreciation for all the work they do, others would prefer something with more thought behind it. So why not celebrate this Mother’s Day by spreading happiness and making her feel special by showing her how much you care through acts of kindness? Whether you are shopping for your mum or a mother figure, to help you get started we have put together 5 ideas that will make them feel extra special this Mother’s Day.

Mother’s Day

Introduction: Why Celebrate Mother’s Day?

Mother’s Day is a special day to celebrate motherhood. In the UK this year, Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, 19th March.

You can show your mum how much you appreciate her by making her breakfast in bed, giving her a bouquet of flowers, or taking her out for a special lunch. But sometimes the most thoughtful gifts are those that don’t cost anything at all.

Here are some ideas for free or low-cost ways to make your mum feel loved and appreciated on Mother’s Day:

  • Write her a heartfelt letter expressing your gratitude for all she has done for you.
  • Make a homemade card or craft with your children.
  • Frame a favourite photo of the two of you together.
  • Give her a coupon book filled with “IOUs” for things like foot rubs, vacuuming the house, or doing the grocery shopping.
  • Plan a fun activity to do together such as going for a walk in the park, visiting a museum, or having afternoon tea.
  • Simply tell her how much you love her and give her a big hug!

5 Ideas to Show Your Mum How Special She Is (e.g., sending a card, helping around the house, giving a massage, etc.)

Sometimes it can be tricky to find the perfect Mother’s Day gift, as nothing seems quite perfect enough for such a perfect lady. So, why not show her just how much she means to you with a gesture of kindness? Here are some ideas to get you started:

  • Send her a card or letter expressing your gratitude for all she does for you.
  • Help out around the house with chores or errands (especially the ones she hates!) or get your apron on and offer to give her a break from cooking dinner.
  • Give her a relaxing massage, foot rub, or manicure/pedicure.
  • Plan a special activity together that she enjoys, such as going for a walk or visiting her favourite place.
  • Write down some of your favourite memories with her and present them to her in a handwritten book.

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Acts of Kindness for Busy Mums

1. Busy Mums often appreciate small gestures of kindness more than anything else.

2. Something as simple as taking the time to listen to her and ask how her day was can mean the world to a busy Mum.

3. Taking on a chore or errand that she usually has to do can also be a big help.

4. A Mother’s Day card or gift that is handmade with love will be cherished forever.

5. Whatever you do, make sure it comes from the heart and that your Mum knows just how much she means to you!

Joules Bee Cake Stand

Acts of Kindness for Tired Mums

We all know that being a mum is hard work. But sometimes, it can feel like an emotional rollercoaster. Here are some ideas if your mum is feeling a bit burnt out:

1. Listen to her vent. Sometimes all she needs is someone to listen to her frustrations and worries. Let her know that you’re there for her and offer a shoulder to cry on if she needs it.

2. Take over some of her chores. For example, doing the weekly food shop or even just unloading the dishwasher. Giving your mum a break from her everyday routine will help relieve some of the stress she’s feeling.

3. Plan a fun day out together. Sometimes, all it takes is quality time together to make your mum feel special. Plan an outing to somewhere she loves, or just spend the day chatting and catching up.

4. Write her a heartfelt letter expressing how much you appreciate everything she does for you. Sometimes, the simplest gesture can mean the world.

Acts of Kindness for Elderly or Sick Mums

1. Cook her a special meal: If your mum is elderly or sick, cooking up her favourite meal is a lovely gesture. Something that they may struggle to do in their everyday lives.

2. Help out around the house, such as vacuuming, dusting, doing the laundry, or even just running errands for her.

3. Spend time with her in a restful and calm environment: Spending quality time with a loved one really can go a long way. You can simply sit and have a chat, watch TV together, or play a game or complete a puzzle. Something that may seem so simple and mundane to you can mean the world to them.

How to Use Social Media To Show Mum You Care

There are so many ways to show your mum how much you care on Mother’s Day. But if you’re looking for something a little extra special, why not use social media to show your Mum some love?

Here are a few ideas:

1. Share a favourite photo of you and your Mum on Facebook or Instagram along with a heartfelt caption.

2. Tweet something sweet about your Mum – maybe even share a memory of her that always makes you smile.

3. Make a Facebook video montage of all the reasons why you love your Mum set to her favourite song.

4. Start an online photo album dedicated to your favourite moments with your Mum and invite family and friends to contribute their own photos and memories too.

For all the mums out there who are active on social media, these gestures will mean the world to them – especially coming from their children! So go ahead and spread the love this Mother’s Day!

Take your time and think about her tastes and preferences as to what she would most enjoy and appreciate. Our mums deserved to be thanked everyday but Mothers Day is the perfect excuse to show her how much you really care.

We have carefully curated the perfect Mothers Day gift guide for the added extra special touch to celebrate your number one fan.

MissPrint Tea Pot

Our MissPrint Tea Pot and variety of mugs are a great hint for the mum who needs some forced TLC to sit down, take a break and relax. You can sit and have a cuppa together along with a long awaited catch up. A perfect excuse for some chilled bonding time, with whatever her favourite brew may be.

If your mum is a baking wizz, constantly whipping up scrumptious creations a brand new apron or pair of oven gloves make for a lovely gift that is personal to her and her hobbies. And if she loves to make showstopping creations (or buy them and loves to entertain) our Nosse Svelte or Joules Bee cake stands make a wonderful present.

If you have noticed your mums Tea Towel collection is looking a bit worn for wear why not spruce it up with a new set to bring in a new lease of life to the kitchen, especially if she often does the cooking.

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