How to Celebrate Mother's Day During COVID-19

This Mother’s Day on Sunday 10th May 2020 will be unlike every other year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the current social restrictions in place. Unlike every other year, traditional family lunches, picnics or social gatherings are simply not possible as social distancing rules require us to stay at home. So, we have put together some ways you can still celebrate Mum & let her know she is special and loved.
 
Order a special meal
The Mother’s day lunch does not have to be scrapped this year. Instead order a special meal and get it delivered to Mum’s on the day.
Maybe Pizza might be on the menu for dinner? With a range of delicious gourmet or traditional pizzas from Crunch Gourmet Pizzeria; Order via Menulog so Mum can enjoy not cooking or cleaning up this year!
View their menu here!
Or perhaps a fresh lunch from Subway would suit Mum - delivered with Uber Eats.
On the other hand, if you live with Mum you can cook a special meal she will love. Woolworths have a great range of easy recipes where you can create a shopping list & pick up all the ingredient you need. Search for a recipe here!
 
Is Mum a seafood lover? Drop by to speak to the team at Fishi Business about all the fresh seafood at the best prices.
 
Organise a gift to be delivered beforehand
Whether it is a big bunch of flowers or a special gift, arrange your gift to be delivered to Mum before Mother’s Day. You might get a gift card form Woolworths or a nice bottle of bubbly from BWS. There are also other meal or gift vouchers that you could buy to treat mum this year.
 
Catch up virtually or post a special message
Drop into Fantastic Home & Gifts who stock a range of lovely cards, or if you are feeling crafty - create a personal and thoughtful card or handmade gift. Arrange to post this in the mail beforehand to arrive for Mum’s special day. On the day organise a virtual catch up with Mum or give her a call to let her know just how important she is.
 
How are you spending Mother’s Day with your Mum this year? Let us know on our Facebook page!