5 ways to send ❤ to your partner in Dubai

SOURCE: Fruitful Day

While you and the kids might be enjoying greener pastures, sunny beaches, or the hustle and bustle of a city, your significant other is probably stuck in Dubai for at least part of the summer working hard while its 50C outside.

Here are 5 ways to help them survive the summer and feel your love from far away!

1. Send a box of fresh fruit to their office

 

There’s nothing like a box of cold fruit on a hot day and a Fruitful Day discovery box delivers just that.  With all the fruit washed and sliced so it’s ready to eat, this makes healthy snacking a no-brainer during the working day.  With it being stone fruit season in the region, you can expect delicious cherries, nectarines, and peaches like you’re used to from home!

2. Send a box of organic granola/muesli to your home

 

Without your helping hand, breakfast is probably a bit of rush job these days.  Make sure your partner is getting off to a healthy start with one of mix&muesli‘s signature mixes or personalize your own mix and choose from over 60 ingredients.  All are 100% natural, free of preservatives and no added sugar. There’s sure to be a little something for everyone!

 

3. Sign him up for a Glambox for HIM (or HER!)

Glambox have recently launched a monthly box for him with all the best grooming essentials.  Anyone stuck in the Dubai heat, appreciates a good moisturizer and some fragrance to keep fresh throughout the day.

4. Call a gym near you and ask for summer promotions

There some amazing deals out there – GuavaPass, for instance, are offering 4 class starter package for 279 AED, which is a great way for your partner to try a few new classes around the city and see if it’s a fit!

5. Encourage your partner to take time for a mental wellbeing check-up

Being away from loved ones in the summer can be tough.  We don’t take enough time to stop and ask ourselves how am I feeling today?Encourage your partner to use a quiet hour at work and book a 30- minute Mental Wellbeing Check-Up at The LightHouse Arabia. 

SOURCE: Fruitful Day