Mother’s Day (coming up on Sunday 11th March in the UK) is all about showing your mum how much she means to you, and how much she’s appreciated. It’s great to get a little bit creative with your present, and show that you’ve put a lot of thought into it.
But, what if, like me, you’re not a very crafty or creative person?
Etsy, of course! Buying stuff from Etsy allows me to say “here, I have a handmade gift for you”
I didn’t make it, BUT STILL……
I’ve selected 14 items from across Etsy that I would love to get for my mam. I hope this list inspires you, too. It’s a good idea to get shopping early, especially for personalised items, to make sure it gets to you in time.
I’ve said it before but, as much as I do love Christmas, I’m not one for getting into it until December. But, now that it’s here, I’m all fairy lights and gift-shopping.
I’m on a bit of a gift guide roll here on the blog. You might have seen my other two guides but, just in case you haven’t, I’ve linked them here:
21 gift ideas for the awesome feminist in your life (in collaboration with Laura Reflected)
28 gift ideas for the fitness fanatic (in collaboration with buddyupfitness)
Today’s gift guide is all about gifts you might consider for that person in your life who is into hygge, or self-care, or maybe you think they deserve a little break now and then, and want to buy a gift to help with that.
I’ve become very into making lists of gift ideas. I keep one all year round and add to it whenever my friends and family mention something they want. You might have seen my last gift guide which had a load of ideas for the awesome feminist-y types on your to-buy-for list.
I am so excited about this gift guide, and I seriously had to rein myself in because I could’ve gone on forever.
Myself and Pete from Buddy Up Fitness have come up with 28 ideas (plus a few bonus ideas at the end) of what you can buy for the fitness enthusiast in your life.
(Btw….totally fine if that person is you!)