You don't need to spend hundreds of dollars to make your mom feel special on Mother's Day. Even if you don't have the money to give your mom a full day of beauty treatments at an expensive spa, there are still plenty of things you can do to pamper your mom at home on Mother's Day.
Give your mom a homemade beauty treatment
On Mother's Day, you can give your mom a homemade facial, hair treatment or massage at home. Some beauty treatments can be made with basic items you can find in your kitchen. Try one of these fabulous homemade beauty treatments.
Cook a week's worth of meal for your mom
Give your mom a break from the kitchen by cooking a week's worth of dinners. Make simple meals like casseroles and pasta, then package them up and place in the freezer. Throughout the week, your mother will just have to defrost and heat them up. Breakfast in bed is great but a week's worth of meals is even a better way to pamper your mom.
Run errands for your mom
Let your mother relax at home while you run some of her errands. Whether it's grocery shopping, going to the post office or picking up her drycleaning, your mother will appreciate you helping her out with errands.
Clean your mom's house
Does your mom have chores that she just hates to do? If your mother dreads cleaning out the closet or scrubbing the bathroom, head to her house and start cleaning. Allow your mom to relax on the couch while you do the cleaning on Mother's Day. If you hate cleaning too, spring for a maid for the day.
Pamper your mom on Mother's Day with these simple things and she will truly appreciate it. And for all you moms out there, feel free to print this article and give to your kids as a subtle hint!
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