Here are some ideas for last-minute gifts, if you aren’t seeing your mum this weekend. You might even like to spoil yourself.
Banjo’s Bakery Café
You might like to order a high tea from your local bakery. I was impressed by the deliveries that Banjo’s Bakery Café is offering this year.
A Mini High Tea costs $14.95. It includes one of each of these: a French Vanilla Slice, Raspberry Housecake, Caramel Slice, Peppermint Slice, Party Pie, Mini Ham Quiche, and a Sausage Roll.
A Family High Tea costs $29.95. It includes one of each of these: a French Vanilla Slice, Raspberry Housecake, Caramel Slice, Peppermint Slice, Choc Fudge Brownie (yummy!), Lemon Slice, and a Snickers Slice. Share the two party pies and two mini ham quiches with your companions. You might like to keep the Blueberry muffin and a Double choc muffin for the next meal.
You’ll just need to provide the plates and some cutlery.
Young Living: Relax and Refresh Diffuser Set
Give mum a refreshing and relaxing experience with the Gentle Mist™ Personal Diffuser (above). Use this handheld, portable diffuser as part of a beauty regimen or for a quick burst of essential oils on-the-go.
You might like to add 2 – 4 drops of Peppermint essential oil for an energising aroma or unwind in the evening with the calming, fresh scent of Lavender essential oil. This kit contains a diffuser, lavender essential oil and peppermint oil. Many other Young Living gifts sets available. For more information on Young Living, please visit www.youngliving.com.au
Splash Out on a New Watch with Seiko
If you are looking for a classic watch, then it might be time to invest in a classic one from Seiko. These are my favourites from this years’ catalogue. You can’t go wrong with silver and blue for your next interview or boardroom conference call to Japan or China.
For stockist enquiries, readers can visit www.seikowatches.com