#Ad – We were gifted flowers and able to gift flowers as part of this campaign
Life is tough now for everyone, with the global pandemic going on, lots of people are struggling. Everyone will have their own battles, whether it be health, mental health, money or just patience, it is really important to not judge other peoples approach in how they are handling the situation.
As well as lots of negative things happening around the world there have been some pretty heartwarming news coming out too. With Colonel Tom Moore’s epic fundraising campaign for the NHS to the latest trend of Amazon wishlist gifting, it seems with everything going on, it is bringing the best out in lots of people.
Here are a few ways to brighten up someone’s day, even whilst maintaining social distancing rules:
- Treat them to something on their Amazon wish list, as they get delivered as a surprise, its a nice little treat for them.
- Why not bring a little happiness in the form of some flowers from Moonpig? You can get yourself 25% off using the code below!
- Have a special meal delivered to their home – with shopping habits changing and lots of people feeling the pinch due to the current climate, why not arrange a special delivery of a meal to their home.
I was kindly sent a beautiful bouquet of flowers from Moonpig and offered the chance to forward on the kindness with 2 bouquets for people deserving. These were sent to my mum who is currently shielding and maybe going a little bit mad being stuck indoors. We also sent a bouquet down to Devon to my mother in law as it is looking like it may be a while before we are able to get back down there any time soon.
My bouquet has made the house smell amazing all week, in fact, it was so pretty Kayleigh has managed to steal some of the flowers for her room and brought a bit of sunshine indoors there too.
If you are looking to brighten someones day up, Moonpig is offering our readers 25% off flowers when you use the code APP25BLOOM on the Moonpig app, be quick though it expires on the 25th May.
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