Aussies in love with mum

Report reveals 1 in 5 Aussies say ‘I love you mum’ daily

When it comes to mums, Aussies are a loved up bunch. A recent report from online experience company, reveals one in five people tell their mum, ‘I love you’, every day.

Image general manager, Renee Welsh says it’s great to see Aussies making a habit of telling their mum how much they care.

“Mums should know how loved they are all year round and it’s a positive reflection on our society that Aussies are doing this on a regular basis. Particularly the younger generation, who the report revealed are the most forth coming on this front,” said Renee.

Seventy seven per cent of 18-24 year olds admitted to telling mum ‘I love you’ every week. Sixty per cent of 25 – 34 year olds revealed they do the same.

Where can we find these mum loving Aussies? Listen hard and you’ll hear the majority of ‘I love you mum’s coming from South Australia’s way with 61 per cent of residents letting their mum know how much they care at least once a week.

Queensland and NSW are hot on South Australia’s tail with 58 per cent and 49 per cent respectively telling mum ‘I love you’ every week.

Whether you lavish mum with kind words or it’s about time you do so, Renee says this mother’s day is a chance for everyone to snap into mum spoiling mode.

“If you feel mum deserves to hear those three words more often, mother’s day is a great day to start. It’s just around the corner so start getting organised now. Whether it’s a gift she’s always wanted, an experience you can do together or a simple card, be sure to do something special to let her know how much she means to you,” said Renee.


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