Time + Teavana Oprah Chai Tea At Starbucks = A Mother’s Day Treat!

Mom Central Consulting sent some delicious Teavana Oprah Chai Tea from Starbucks. Can you guess what I did with it? Spent time.


Everything these days is so fast, so busy, it seems like everyone is always in a hurry.


Starbucks Coffee and Tea Cup



It’s so important to slow down, breathe a little, and smell the roses, you know? I got a chance to slow down and spend a little time with my mom. Until now, we haven’t really been able to completely catch up and enjoy each others company with no agenda, it was nice to be able to to that. We decided to stop by Starbucks, they have the new Teavana Oprah Chai Tea and my mom loves chai tea, so we had to try it out. It feels so good to connect.


Chatting over a cup of tea at Starbucks


So we sat. Sipped. We sat at Starbucks for a little bit and just chatted over tea. And oh my goodness, Oprah really did a good job on choosing just the right tea blend! I just love the cinnamon flavor, the blend of tea and spices is perfect. Sometimes, you really have to make sure you have time for what’s important.


Quote by Oprah Winfrey


Starbucks is doing something important for moms this Mother’s Day. This Sunday, May 11, buy a Teavana Oprah Chai Tea and get one free. This is such a perfect way to spend a little time with Mom and show her you care! Also, this tea supports youth programs at the Oprah Winfrey Academy Leadership Foundation, where Starbucks will donate a portion of the sales to the charity. 


Teavana Oprah Chai Tea at Starbucks


Take a breather, relax a little, Steep Your Soul and connect over a cup of tea. Oh, and the next time you stop by a Starbucks store, try out Teavana Oprah Chai Tea, I loved it, and I think you will too. What a great opportunity to reconnect with mom, or any other loved ones you’ve been missing. Time is precious, use it wisely.


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