This Mother’s Day will be special, but for very different reasons.
For some mums, social distancing has meant long days inside with the kids. For others it’s meant not seeing adult children or grandchildren for long periods of time. Either way, mums across Australia deserve some extra love this Mother’s Day.
Social distancing and self isolation will mean sharing a moment together with the extended family may not be possible.
To keep Mother’s Day magic, we’re using the Uber platform to help families celebrate the moments that matter – staying close, from a distance.
Using Uber’s ridesharing app, the newly created “Connect” gives you the ability to send your homemade scones, a card, or a handmade gift by the grandkids to the front door through contactless delivery.
But if home crafted is not what you’re after, we’ve got culinary treats at the click of a button. Instead of creating that breakfast in bed treat this year, you can order from one of mum’s favourite locals.
With social distancing measures, we’ve witnessed a national spike in breakfast and brunch orders on the Uber Eats app, up nearly 100 percent from the same time last year. So if you want to treat your mum with a yum breakfast, you can order your mum’s favourite using the app.
If you’re not sure what mum would like for her breakfast in bed, chances are it isn’t what you thought it would be.
Vegemite on toast and the mortgage busting Avocado and Feta are nowhere in sight. Instead our national ‘go to’ breakfast choices from local legends across Australia are coffee – as the overwhelmingly most popular choice – ahead of Noodle Boxes, Bacon and Egg Rolls with Poke and Acai bowls rounding out the top five most ordered items at breakfast.