Last Sunday, my family went out for lunch. We haven’t been to U.P. Town Center so we opted to visit the place and have our lunch there. The place was jam-packed and most diners were full. We waited for an hour to be seated and almost 30 minutes for our food to be served. That perhaps has always been the course of events come Mother’s Day.
Our moms are the most selfless, compassionate, and resilient individuals. Thus, perhaps on Mother’s Day, we really do our best to make them feel special. Nevermind the long line and wait or jam-packed malls. But more than celebrating Mother’s Day outside, another way to do that is by giving them a gift that endures – the gift of a happier life. We have here a few simple tips to make that happen not only on Mother’s Day but anytime of the year.