A busy Stockport mum of two has set up her own lockdown self-help business selling aromatherapy boxes.
Kate Hafizuddin-Jones, from Gatley, Stockport, Greater Manchester lost her income in lockdown as she had to put her job as a self-employed clinical reflexologist on hold until after restrictions were lifted.
So Kate, 39, decided to find another way to make money.
She had the idea to sell aromatherapy self-help boxes – with soothing remedies to help people struggling to cope in the pandemic.
Just in time for Christmas, Kate, who lives with husband Adam, 38, son Seth, five, and daughter Mae, two, on Leyland Avenue, has launched her online shop from her living room.
She said: “The shop’s gone live and it’s very exciting. It’s been crazy getting everything ready.
“We’ve got boxes everywhere and lots of lovely smells in the house.
“The boxes are perfect Christmas gifts and I’ve already made sales…