This is part of the story. CNET editors round up the hottest gadget for Mom this year.
If you’re not paying attention, Mother’s Day is almost here: it’s Sunday, May 9.And mother got something right. If not, well, time to start considering a gift that is not dependent on shipping.
Have no fear: I can give you some great last minute Mother’s Day gifts almost immediately. Before we dive into them, though, let’s start with the obvious: flowers. They are beautiful like mother, they smell good like mother, they light up the house like mother.
Like every small business, the florist needs help right now – so find one that is open and buy your flowers there. If this is not a good choice for some reason, here are some other ideas for mom.
Massages, pedicures, museum visits, escape rooms, painting classes – lots of fun and relaxing things disappearing in 2020, coming back in 2021. Groupon has made it easy to give Mom the gift of experiences, and there are plenty of them that the business has just reopened and hopes to bring back customers.
Mama is the adventurous, outdoor type? Consider giving him the gift of an outdoor adventure, courtesy of 57hours. The company offers guided tours, hike, lessons etc. They are on the expensive side, but you can contribute with a gift card starting at $ 100.
Etsy is like a huge craft fair that honors social disturbances. The site is home to the handmade goods sector; With a gift card, mom can pick up exactly what she wants.
Does mother like to read? Why stop at the same book or magazine when you can gift him a large supply of both? Scribd is a subscription service priced at $ 9.99 per month, a price that includes Scribd’s library of e-books, audiobooks, sheet music, magazine articles, and more. You can give a six-month subscription for $ 50 or a year for $ 100.
Each FabFitFun box contains a mix of home, beauty, health and fitness products, priced at $ 200, but priced at $ 50. Mom’s first box won’t arrive in time for Mother’s Day, alas, but Mom will have an email or hand-delivered delivery card announced by you.
Think Mom likes to take a lesson from Gordon Ramsay? Or photography tutorial from Annie Leibowitz? How about classes with a specialist gardener? The masterclass is home to that and more, and although the $ 180 annual membership fee may seem steep, it is a gift that lasts all year – not just one Sunday.
Any other great last-minute gift ideas to share? You know the drill: List them in the comments!
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