Mother’s Day Shopping Guide: By Moms
Who better to help you shop for Mother's Day...than moms?
Adventurous, Nurturing, and Supportive.
You guessed it...we’re talking about moms!
With Mother’s Day right around the corner, we started scheming the best ways to remind mom how epic she really is! With so many gifts to choose from, we decided to go straight to the experts: moms, themselves.
Cindie, Carlie, Mary Jo, and Lindsey are breaking down the best way to "woo" mom this Sunday!
What CAN you get a mom who is always on the move? How about helping her stock up on the nutrition she needs for her training season? I have used UCAN for several years. It gives me steady energy for my long bike or run training. No sugar spikes or energy crashes. It is a "super starch" without sugar or caffeine that has helped me through hours of training without suffering any GI distress. Not to mention, the flavors are delicious!
Your mom deserves to look good and play Goodr. These affordable and functional sunglasses are comfortable enough to wear running, skiing, or just out for the day. The polarized lenses keeps glare to a minimum. Best of all, they have a great price point and they are remarkably durable (ask my 3 year old).
Eliminate mom’s distractions with the gift of Free Fly Apparel! The combination of incredibly comfortable bamboo with a touch of quick-dry material is perfect for a mom on the run, on-the-go, or ready for an adventure! I love the buttery soft fabric, anti-odor, and breathable materials for a life on the move. I couldn't resist pairing the dress with a Prana jean jacket to complete the look!
Aftershokz Trekz Air makes the perfect Mother's Day gift for the mom who's making time (whenever she can) to get in her run or walk! It may be in the wee hours of the morning or after she tucks in her kidz (see what I did there) at night. It might be dark, she may be alone or pushing a stroller, and she needs to hear her surroundings. But she's ready to be motivated by her music! Lightweight, no bounce, bone conducting headphones -- I rarely leave for a run without them!