Today, we’re teaming up with Studio Ink to acknowledge that no matter how old you get, you’ll always need your mom. This Mother’s Day, celebrate mom by sending her a card: http://bit.ly/2oHaqEY
Studio Ink has the best collection of funny, true, and cool cards that your mom would love. Given how moms still help us “adults” out with life stuff and probably will forever, I say they deserve it!
Read on to see the top eight things you probably still go to your mom for.
Whether it’s car or health insurance, there are a lot of insurance-related words I don’t understand. Write how thankful you are for mom in this floral Mother’s Day card: http://bit.ly/2pZTEWi
There comes a time when you realize your mom was not always a mom (shocking, I know). She was also a woman who dated, married and had kids.
She might’ve dated a bunch of trolls before meeting “the one” + may give great relationship advice. Although it still might be horrifying to ask mom about the guy you’re seeing, it’s worth it.
Your mom will always be your mom, but as you get older, she can also be your friend. Send her this card to show how much you appreciate her friendship: http://bit.ly/2pZUUbY
One of the best things about going home is the cozy home cooked meals. But sometimes you’re at your own apartment and you’re desperately craving a classic family dish.
Thankfully moms are always a phone call away from getting the recipe and tips on how to make it exactly right.
We’ve all been there. You feel like such an “adult” because you have wine with your girls at home instead of going to a bar. Then someone spills wine on the white rug + all the adultness goes away.
Phone Mom! Some things you can research on the internet, your mom might have a more effective trick up her sleeve. Get her this card to let her know she’s the best at everything: http://bit.ly/2punJ0E
Your mom is an awesome resource for career advice in ways that your friends can’t be. She’s definitely someone you can go to if you’re having trouble with your manager or with a coworker.
Send her this card to remind your mom that she’s your favorite boss babe: http://bit.ly/2pcdoDn
If your mom is a career woman, like mine is, she will definitely have thoughts on how to positively stand out in an interview. We know we can trust her advice because she’s done it all before.
When picking a gift for Mother’s Day, don’t forget that a month ago, we all did taxes. Taxes are not fun + if you’re like me, you definitely called up mom multiple times saying, “Mom, I need help!”
We all know that your mom isn’t just your accountant. At this point in your life, she might also be your therapist. There’s no card that sums up your mom better than this one: http://bit.ly/2q8LbNc
We don’t need to tell you that adulting is hard. It’s full of new challenges ranging from little (buying your own Netflix) to big (literally going from paying for nothing to everything).
Moms are the best listening ears there are + unlike your peers, they’ve been through it all. Let your mom know much you appreciate her for being there by sending them this card: http://bit.ly/2q0ivJF
We love you Mom!! Make sure to check out the full post for 8 reasons mom advice is the best advice: http://go.brit.co/2pZbINM
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