10 Easy Galentine’s Day Ideas

I have a large circle of women that surround me and lift me, cheer me, and keep me going. {And let’s be honest, make ridiculous, lewd, and sarcastic jokes via text with me all day long!} I couldn’t live a day without them. I have chosen to invest in these women in lots of ways, but when the season of LOVE approaches, I really like to remind them that they are my best Galentine’s {aka I like to be Amy Poehler}! Here are some of my favorite, easy ways to remind your circle just how much they mean to you on February 14th…and beyond!

Galentine's Day Ideas

10 Easy Galentine’s Day Ideas

  • My gals got Starbucks e-gift cards last year — easy, loadable to the Starbucks app on your phone, and always appreciated!
  • Etsy is a treasure trove of ridiculous cards to send your best people! Search “Galentine’s” – but be warned, you will see curse words.
  • I will not stop preaching the surprise pizza dinner delivery. A Galentine fresh off maternity leave…she needs a pizza.
  • If your tribe is in town, schedule a kid-free brunch. {And go ahead and order the pitcher of mimosas on you!}
  • Target Dollar Bin! You know half that stuff was perfectly marketed to moms that used to go gaga for Lisa Frank.
  • Bitmoji. Do you have this app? Get it, work it, send it, and make your gals smile!
  • Pick up some inexpensive grocery store flowers, wrap them up in craft paper, and do a little doorbell ditching!
  • No one would be sad to receive homemade cookies! You can find so many cute ways on Pinterest to package and send these.
  • Free Babysitting! Give your best gal pal a night out with her husband without the extra added expense of a babysitter. You also get to bond with her kids – win/win!
  • Pick up the phone. Honestly, sometimes all we need from each other is to find just a little free time to call and ask how those dear to us are doing. And then just listen.

And to you…  Happy Galentine’s, Mama!  May this be your best one yet!!

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Sarah, a New Orleans native, transplanted to Houston after Hurricane Katrina and has never looked back. Mom to big sister Maggie {Aug 2011} who keeps her on her toes, the most adorable little brother Jack {Nov 2013}, and one final addition arriving in August 2016! Sarah is constantly striving to have it all as she juggles working on the managerial and operational end of the healthcare industry, planning adventurous weekends to explore all Houston has to offer with her husband and kids, and keeping up with friends and family. You can follow along with Sarah’s daily life on Instagram at @sarahschnure.

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