Just in case you haven’t checked your calendar, let us remind you that Mother’s Day is May 14–which is this Sunday.
But, don’t worry if the annual holiday slipped your mind, and you forgot to pick up a gift for your mom. We got you covered! Here are a few last-minute gift ideas that will surely make her smile.
1. For the Health-Conscious Mom
Why notÂ order or create a delicious fruit basket for your mother? Not only is this a tasty and refreshing treat, it also makes a greatÂ gift for moms who like eating healthy or happen to be watching their calorie intake.
Plus, creating a basket from scratch will add a personal touch to your gift. To make a basket, buy an array of fruit from your local farmer’s market or supermarket. You will also need to pick up a decorative box or basket, along with stuffing and ribbon. You should be able to purchase these items from an arts-n-crafts store like Michaels.
2. For the Mompreneur
If you mom has her own business or side hustle, then consider purchasing her a ticket to the 2017 Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit!
From May 17—20, this amazing four-day conference will offer exclusive access to some of the most powerful leaders in business. It’s guaranteedÂ to empower attendees with the knowledge, resources, and tools necessary to expand their business. This will also give your mom an opportunity to network with small business owners and hear from aÂ roster of dynamic business moguls, like Patti LaBelle, Vernon Jordan, Hank Aaron, and Yolanda Adams.
3. For theÂ Mom Who Is Tired of Cooking
Instead of just taking you mother out to her favorite restaurant on Sunday, surprise her with a card and a gift certificate that will allow her to dine out at another time.
4. For the Stressed Out Mom
Is your mother in need of some self-care, pampering, or perhaps, a relaxing massage? If so, consider getting her a gift certificate for a day at the spa. And, if you really want to make her happy, add a subscription to try and taste new wines.
5. For theÂ Mom Who Likes Looking Good
Many women of color know how challenging and frustrating it can be to find makeup for their complexion. But Kimberly Smith, a Washington, D.C.-based attorney, has created a solution. She founded Marjani Beauty Company, a beauty and cosmetics e-comm site that sells beauty, skincare, and hair care products specifically designed for black and brown women. HavingÂ your mom pick out some products on you from this website would be a great gift!