5 ways you can spoil mum from afar

6th May, 2020

While you might not be able to visit your mum this Mother’s Day, we’ve got a bunch of gift ideas that will make her feel spoilt rotten!

Buy her a subscription to Readly

Readly is a magazine app that offers unlimited access to a whopping 5,000 titles including Vogue, Delicious, Time and Harper’s Bazaar. This is the perfect gift for mum, and anyone else for that matter, given we’re all stuck at home in self-isolation.

Send her the gift of wine

If magazines aren’t your mum’s thing – why not buy her a wine membership? Handpicked Wines offer a variety of different memberships including options for red wine lovers and white wine lovers. Sommeliers and wine experts choose wines based on the season so you can be sure you’re getting the best of the best, all year round.

Buy her something sweet 

After something on the sweeter side and better yet, edible? Spoil your mum with a home fondue set from the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie. Kits can be delivered straight to your mum’s door and come with all the sweet delights she’ll need to make the perfect chocolate fondue – plus it’s only $35!

Sign her up for a masterclass

Now is the perfect time to learn a new skill so why not sign your mum up for an online class on Masterclass, which offers classes in everything from cooking to writing to self-made entrepreneurship. Even better yet, you can now buy two unlimited passes for $280 – meaning you and mum can learn some new skills together!

Order her breakfast in bed

Treat mum to a scrumptious breakfast by ordering her a spread from her favourite local café via Uber Eats, Deliveroo or Menulog. This idea is perfect for foodies, plus, you’ll be supporting local businesses doing it tough right now.