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Pamper Yourself This Mother’s Day

Pamper Yourself This Mother’s Day

In an ideal world, Mother’s Day would be a full 24 hours of pampering and relaxation. Your kids would prepare you breakfast in bed to show their appreciation for all that you do for them, and you’d receive flowers and chocolates throughout the day. But let’s face it, we don’t live in the ideal world, and more often than not, you have to make your own breakfast and buy your own flowers.

This is especially true if you are recently separated and adapting to being a single parent. Our team of Calgary-based family law lawyers have put together their ultimate guide to Mother’s Day to help you have the meaningful day you deserve. No matter if you’re a mom, stepmom, adoptive mom, mom-to-be, or grandma, it’s your day, and you can create new and meaningful traditions for yourself and your family.

Here are just a few ideas to show yourself some love this Mother’s Day.

Explore Local Markets

explore local market in mother day

Support local while enjoying some retail therapy! A few markets are happening in Calgary on Mother’s Day weekend, including:

Unplug & Unwind With a Spa Day

spa day mothers day

What better way to show yourself some love than with a relaxing and rejuvenating spa day? Check out these special Mother’s Day spa packages in Calgary:

Catch a Dinner and a Show

Dinner in Mother's Day

Catching a dinner and a show is a wonderful way to celebrate Mother’s Day, whether it’s in the company of your family or you’re craving a solo evening to yourself. Start the evening with a delicious meal at your favourite restaurant and head over to one of the shows happening in Calgary:

Navigating Mother’s Day During Separation & Divorce

Mothers Day after a separation or divorce
It’s our hope that these ideas will help inspire a rewarding Mother’s Day for you and your kids. We know how hard you work and how little time there is at the end of the day for self-care. It’s very important to take the time, not only on Mother’s Day, but throughout the year by treating yourself.

And remember, we are here to help you navigate separation and divorce, which can be one of the most challenging times for many. Connect with us to set up an initial consultation.

Disclaimer: The content provided in the blog posts of Jones Divorce & Family Law is general information and should not be considered legal advice. Please contact a lawyer for legal advice tailored to your specific situation. All articles are current as of their original publication date.