How To Make Easter More Special As A Single Parent

The Easter bunny is coming! Are you ready?

No matter what your traditions are, it’s safe to say Easter is one of the best Holidays when you have kids. It was always my second favorite Holiday growing up and I have tried to make it special for my son. As a single mom, it is hard to make things like Holidays really stand out and be something our kids will enjoy. It’s such a struggle to afford gift-filled Easter baskets, all the candy, new clothes etc. So I have pulled together some ways to help make all of this simpler, easier and more affordable! Sure ways to make this Easter one your kids will love!

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How To Make Easter More Special As A Single Parent

Crafts – Making a fun craft with your kids is absolutely an awesome way to spend some quality time together and make something cute, fun and almost free. Get your craft on with your kids this Easter! Here is a totes adorbs bunny mask craft.

Clothes – Making sure our littles look adorable on Easter is a sweet tradition for most families, whether you are going to Church, having a family BBQ or just taking photos. But finding the cutest new spring outfits for an affordable price is a struggle. So check out PatPat’s brand new spring collection! You will find sweet little bunny outfits and more starting at only $4.99! Shop here!


Personalized Easter Baskets –  Instead of dropping a large amount of money of those pre-made baskets that every store is selling, use your own basket, tub, or any other container, (get creative) and customize your child’s own little Easter basket! Put in their favorite sweet treat, an inexpensive toy, new movie, book, stuffed animal, anything that your child has been asking for or you know would really love! Follow these links for some awesome little gift ideas!

Activities –  Finding a fun activity to do with your kids on Easter shouldn’t be another thing to add to your crazy to-do list, so simplify by thinking ahead and finding a great little game or activity to do together. Something fun and easy like this Easter Egg Relay Race Game and don’t forget the classic Easter egg hunt! Whatever you do, make it fun and special!

Baking –  Lastly, spend some time with your kids by baking something together! Delicious cookies, or an Easter Sugar Cookie Pie!

I hope you enjoy this Easter with your kids, may it bring amazing memories and lots of joy! Please comment which of these things you liked the best and give this post a share, and don’t forget to subscribe!

Love, Jessxo



How To Save Money As A New Or Expecting Single Mom

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Hey mama,

Are you currently expecting a little one or recently had yourself a little one? Then read on for my best tips for saving money during this exciting and potentially difficult time.

How To Save Money As A New Or Expecting Single Mom

So, I have technically been single since my son was born nearly 8 years ago. My situation was very challenging and I was completely alone, with no support system, no money, and no clue. Most all of my son’s baby items were donated by members of my church, none of the things I got were new, they were all old, outdated and some were even broken. But I was so blessed to receive what I did, or else my baby would have had nothing. I slowly learned what items were super important and which ones were not necessary and how to find things we needed at the best price.

Being a young unemployed single mom, I had to learn a lot, learn it fast and fend for myself any way I could. This meant asking for help when I knew I really needed it and searching around for the best bargains. Since it has been so long since this was my life, baby stuff has not been on my radar for years now. My son is growing like a weed and 8 years ago feels like a lifetime. So I am wracking my brain trying to remember what it was like then and do my best to give you new mamas my best tips and advice for going into this single mommy world.

Here we go!

Saving Money Tips:

Tip #1. Thrift stores, thrift stores, thrift stores! Don’t start thinking eww! Beleive me, some of the most amazing treasures can be found at your local thrift store. If it’s good enough for Lady Bird it is definitely good enough for your baby. You will find gently worn baby clothes, toys, shoes, crib bedding, strollers and more all at affordable prices! Most of the items no one would even guess were used!

Tip #2 Churches. If you are not already established at a church in your area, this is the time. Most churches have programs that are helpful to those in need and will be glad to offer non-judgemental and loving support to a single mother, no matter what your personal beliefs are.  Everything from free clothes, food, connections to women’s support programs and even shelter is provided to those who can swallow their pride and ask for help.  Be strong mama, I did it and so can you!

Tip #3.  Baby shower registry. If you have family and friends in your support circle, then creating a baby registry is a great way to receive nice items for your baby from those who love you. You can create on online and add all the items on your wish list, or in a store in your area such as Babies R Us or Target. Be sure to include items that are in the lower price range, not just the bigger more expensive items. This will help your friends and fam to gift you with the things you need and be affordable for them. 

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Tip #5. Subscription boxes and services. I am in love with the idea of subscription boxes, I absolutely love them! They make mom life so much easier, and actually cheaper! There are so many fantastic ones out there for moms, babies, and little kids! For one price per month, you will receive items that you otherwise would have access to or that would cost you a ton of money to go out and buy yourself. This way you get awesome surprises, all in one fair priced box shipped right to your door! Here are my favorite subscription boxes.

Tip #6.  Online discount sites and coupons. Being a single mom is the perfect reason to learn how to get thrifty! Searching online for the best deals, coupons and discount codes can be a bit of a chore, but trust me you will be thankful you did! Sites like Ebates and Retail Me Not are great for getting cash back and saving a few bucks when shopping online, and it may be a little too mom-ish but clipping coupons is still cool. I think.

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My friends over at My Baby Care have a wonderful post all about getting cheap diapers and I highly recommend you check it out and save on one of the most expensive aspects of having a wee one! You will love their tips on saving big $$$ on diapers!

For more finance tips to live a better single mom life, check out my post on money habits to make your 2018 sparkle!

I hope I have given you some tips that you will remember as you embark on your single mom adventures. Don’t be scared, and know that you are not alone. Please subscribe to my mailing list for more tips and advice on living your best single mom life!

Love, Jessxo

4 Scary Things That Happen If You Don’t Drink Enough Water

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Hey hey mamas,

So today I am bringing you a little bit of health advice because I know as a busy single mom it can be hard to always take care of yourself.  So as motivation to keep yourself hydrated, no matter how busy you get here are some reminders of how important it is to drink enough water.

4 Scary Things That Happen When You Don’t Drink Enough Water

As diligent Moms, we want out kids to grow up healthy, happy and well prepared for the challenges the world will bring them. If only we applied that dictum to our own lives a little more. While the life of any parent, especially a single parent is a relentless whirlwind of everyday tasks, chores, and checks, that doesn’t mean that we don’t owe it to ourselves and our children to make sure that we’re in tip-top shape. And if we look and feel great, we’ll just take that as a happy side effect.


While we all know the dangers of tobacco consumption, a sedentary lifestyle (ha, chance would be a fine thing!) a poor diet and excessive alcohol for our bodies and minds, far too few of us give the simple act of staying hydrated the respect and attention it deserves. Even the best Moms struggle when they’re not adequately hydrated, and here we’ll look at the frankly scary side effects when you don’t get enough water.



But I HATE drinking water?

A lot of people shy away from drinking water because they don’t like the taste or because other options like coffee and soda give them a better taste and a little extra zip. If you don’t like the taste it may be that you need a water filter or to switch to something flavored like this refreshing lime flavored water. Tea and coffee are okay, too in moderation but beware of sodas. They’re either loaded with empty calories or full of dangerous artificial sweeteners. There’s no substitute for good old-fashioned, crystal clear water.

Besides, here’s what happens if you don’t get enough…


You’ll look really old, really fast!

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We all love that feeling when we meet a fellow parent and they say “You don’t look old enough to have a kid his/her age!”. Failing to get enough water will cause your skin to age at an accelerated rate as your skin is unable to flush out toxins as efficiently or keep itself full and plump. You’ll also be more vulnerable to conditions like eczema and psoriasis.


You’ll struggle to lose weight

Moms are an active bunch but if you’re trying to get in shape, not drinking enough water could be impeding your goals. Staying well hydrated facilitates your body’s natural fat burning and your ability to metabolize fat is nowhere near as effective when you’re running dry (literally).

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You’ll feel bloated and lethargic

Given the busy lifestyle of most hectic moms, the last thing you can afford to be is low on energy. But that doesn’t mean that you should rely on caffeine or dangerous pep pills. Staying hydrated will keep you feeling fresh and alert rather than the bloated and lethargic feeling we get when dehydrated.


You’ll struggle to concentrate

Headache? Trouble concentrating? Feeling dizzy and fatigued? Your brain is 80% water and if you don’t stay hydrated there’s no way you can expect it to work properly. Don’t wait until you get thirsty to take a sip of water as by the time your brain registers thirst, you’re already dehydrated, and even mild dehydration can reduce your concentration by around 15%.

We all want our kids to stay hydrated, and how can we do that if we’re not prepared to be great role models for them?  

So let’s get our drink on and feel better when trying to keep up with our crazy mom lives!

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5 Things I Know You Are Fed Up With As A Single Mom

Hey mamas!

So, I’m just going to get straight into it today, because I know what it feels like to be a fed up single mom. So no wasting time here, I am ready to share my thoughts with you knowing that you can totally relate, so let’s dive right in.

5 Things I Know You Are Fed Up With As A Single Mom

Woman lying under a blanket - stressed out mom.

1. Getting flack and/or feeling guilty about child support.  Most single parents in this modern world are court ordered or otherwise to pay child support unless the other parent is not in the picture ( this is my case ) and I know it’s a complicated situation and can lead to getting tons of flack from the other parent, their family, your family, friends and mom shamers online. It’s no picnic to be a single mom, and when you are paying or receiving or attempting to receive child support it can feel like a lonely and vicious battle.

Sometimes you may feel guilty for needing it or wanting it from the “father” even if it was the court’s decision, not yours. If it was you who decided to go after the support you shouldn’t feel bad for it.  It is expensive to raise children, and the other person is responsible for helping so let them do what they should be doing and feel grateful for the help instead of guilty, shamed or simply ticked off for negative comments thrown your way.  Straighten your crown and take care of those babies!

2. Pressure to find a man and/or father figure. Ok, now this one really steams me up! Are you ever annoyed and pressured by friends and family for being a single mom? I know I certainly am. You get the lectures about how your kid/s need a more active male presence int heir life, someone to be a “father figure” or how you shouldn’t have to do everything on your own, and how you need a man and blah blah blah? Doesn’t it drive you mad?

To heck with that! You are a strong independent mama who doesn’t need a man. That’s right, you are solid, girl. It might be nice to have a dude around but just remember all the heartache and complications that come with breakups as a single mom and also the potential vulnerability and craziness of online dating.  Politely tell those friends or family members to buzz off and leave you alone about finding a man.  You got this!

3.  Being the only bad guy. Being a single mom is tough for countless reasons, one of them being that, most days anyway, you are the only disciplinary for your child/ren. When the kids act up and you have to dish out the mean voice and disciple it feels 100 times worse on your own, because you are always the bad guy to your kids.  There are no taking turns with the other parent, there are no times when you feel ok giving in and letting things slip. It’s all you, all the time.

This is necessary, however, no matter how much it sucks.  Even on the days when you feel overwhelmed, beaten and worn down by the little terrors in your life.  I know you’re fed up, but stay strong and get mean even if you hate it. One day, they will respect you more for it. Hopefully.

Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt personally victimized by your kid.

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4.  Feeling lonely.  Loneliness comes with the territory of being a single mom.  The lack of a social life can get to you, especially on the harder days. I know it’s easy to feel isolated and left out when it seems like everyone else is out there living life, going to fun events, dinners, dates, traveling etc while you are stuck at home with kids every day.

For me, being a stay at home, homeschooling single mom, I am at home with my son all day every day. So let me tell ya, it can make you feel like you’re slowly losing your mind. Pretty soon you will start having full on conversations with the broom just to feel human again. But never fear, it does get easier. Doesn’t it?

5.  Never getting a break. Last on this list is the feeling that so often comes with parenthood that you just never get a break. Constant running here and there, dealing with this crisis, this crying kid, this ringing phone, this bill that somehow needs to get paid, the lack of sleep. It wears you down and wears you out. If you don’t get 5 minutes to yourself soon you are going to scream, right? I feel you. 

But listen, you are a mom! As tiring and hectic as it all is, it’s your job! Who else is going to do it? You do deserve a break, so figure out a way to make it happen, whether it’s staying up a bit later after the kids are asleep, or leaving them with grandparents for a day or a weekend. Make it happen and find some time to take for yourself, then you will feel refreshed and ready to get back at it! Put on your super mom pants and do what you gotta do, girl. Raise those babies, and know that you absolutely can do this and even when you are going insane, you are doing a good job and it’s all going to be alright!

So tell me, which one of these are you the most fed up with? Leave me a comment!

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Much love, Jessxo

Could Your Small Lifestyle Business Become Something More?

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Hidey ho mamas! (is it just me, or are my greetings getting weirder?) 😛

To continue in my awesomesauce mompreneur series,  this post is for the mompreneur who has an already established but small lifestyle biz, whether you’re a blogger,  coach or consultant, it might be time to take this passion of yours and start to think big!

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Could Your Small Lifestyle Business Become Something More?

The definition of a lifestyle business, as per, is a business that predominantly only serves one person. It is a business that can operate enough to generate an income for the business owner but is unlikely to expand, take on staff, or develop beyond its basic operation. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with lifestyle businesses– they offer millions of people the chance to be their own boss, make the money they need to care for their family and experience a degree of flexibility. Many mompreneurs find themselves drawn to lifestyle businesses in an effort to spend more time with their children as well as pursuing their own career goals.


If you are the owner of a lifestyle business, then you may well feel that that’s all you need from your company. You’re quite happy as you are, and rightfully so– not everyone wants to take over the world and push their business to greater and greater heights.


However, some mompreneurs find themselves wondering if their business could expand beyond the remit of a lifestyle business. They wonder if they have hit on an idea so good, it could be expanded, developed, and grow to a point where it could no longer justifiably be called a lifestyle business? If you have ever found yourself wondering this about your lifestyle business, then this article is for you.


The scale of the challenge

It is important to be realistic in life, so let’s get the bad news out of the way first: expanding a business into a small/medium enterprise is not going to be easy. A lifestyle business does not need to do too much to generate an income for one person. Many mompreneurs run lifestyle businesses as an extension of themselves; some don’t even see the need to separate their finances or incorporate the business as an entity. As a sole trader, it’s well within your rights to do that– but if you want to expand and develop into a small/medium enterprise, then you will have to separate yourself from your business.


This means immersing yourself in a huge amount of paperwork as your business becomes a separate legal entity. It will also change your taxation requirements, which may require the assistance of an accountant to unpick.

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There is also the change to your business experience, which some lifestyle business owners find challenging. You have to be sure you’ll be able to handle the input of others into a business that once only needed your opinion. Could you handle employees disagreeing with your ideas, or having to follow directions from an agency you have outsourced to? You probably can, if it’s for the good of your business, but it’s worth asking the question of yourself regardless.


Considering the prospects

It is important to be realistic when assessing your lifestyle business for its potential to grow and expand. While all lifestyle businesses can theoretically expand, that doesn’t mean it is feasible or genuinely workable. Here are a few examples to explain.

Let’s say you sell handmade jewelry online. It is your sole income and does well. You want to expand to selling to retailers and increase your product line. However, the charm for her customers is that her products are all handmade by you; if you bring in employees, your business will lose that authentic touch.

Furthermore, if you were to produce items in large quantities, you would also need to involve herself in a huge supply and distribution network: sourcing more materials, working with factories, handling distributors, and a host of other time-consuming tasks. You could do this, but given these circumstances, it’s liable to be more hassle than it’s worth.


On the flip side…


Let’s say you are a web designer. It is also your sole income and you have plenty of clients. You want to expand your business so that you can offer her service to more customers, as well as expanding the products you are able to offer. You know you will need some outside help for this; you will need to outsource custom software solutions to the likes of so as to expand your product range, and you will likely need to hire more web designers as employees.

This is feasible because your personal touch on each design is not vital, provided the coding and overall production is good. You do not need to construct an entirely new production line to expand your business, nor do you have to pursue numerous outsource measures. This is a business that is viable for expansion.


Essentially, lifestyle businesses that can be expanded fulfill the following criteria:


  • You only need to outsource to one or two companies in order to expand.
  • The business is not dependent on you and your work personally.
  • You do not need to bring in an entirely new production line to expand.


If your business does not meet the criteria above, then it’s worth investigating starting an entirely new business– you can use your successful lifestyle business as a testimony to your business skills when seeking investment.


The potential benefits

While it is important to think about the potential negatives of changing your business’ nature, it’s also worth thinking about the potential benefits– because there are many of them. If your business expands into a small/medium enterprise, then you have the potential to make more money; to increase your security in the industry; even potentially to grow large enough to be of interest to potential buyers. You may even reach a point where the business can operate without much input from you, giving you endless access to a positive work-life balance, and even more time with your kids.

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In conclusion

If you have ever wondered whether your lifestyle business could be expanded into something more, you will now hopefully have an idea as to whether or not this is feasible. While the change can be challenging and time-consuming, there is also the potential for wonderful benefits that enrich the lives of you and your family.

I hope you have enjoyed this new take on the journey of my mompreneur series, please share this post and make sure you are subscribed to my mailing list and are following me on social media so you don’t miss the next post in the series!

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Love, Jessxo

How To Find The Perfect Present For Your Loved One

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Howdy mamas! ( I said that in my best cowgirl voice)

So today I have a post for you about finding the perfect present for your loved one. Why is this something I wanted to share? Well, as busy and broke single moms, I know that gift shopping isn’t always fun. Not knowing what to get, how to afford it or even how to make time to go get it. So here is my guide to hopefully make this little part of life much easier!

How To Find The Perfect Present For Your Loved One


As a busy mother, buying presents for people can be stressful. You’ve already got so much on your plate, and it’s hard to keep up with the endless stream of birthdays on top of Christmas, Valentine’s Day, anniversaries, and other gift-giving events that arise seemingly out of the blue. Mother’s Day is a relaxing one for you, at least, but you still have to do some planning for it so that you remember to get your own mother (or ex-mother-in-law) a present. And as soon as one event passes, you already have to think about buying a gift for someone for the next birthday coming up. It’s time to take a deep breath and relax. Gift-giving can be very stressful because you want to get your loved ones something special and memorable, but you don’t always feel as if you have the time to do so. 

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Essentially, the problem is that we all overthink gift-giving. We get flustered when we don’t need to. It’s not about buying some extravagant and lavish present that will blow your loved one away; it’s about buying something that shows you know and care about the person. Think about all the gifts that you’ve received over the years. Did you prefer expensive luxury gifts or simple but meaningful presents? You most likely preferred the latter, even though we all love the occasional luxury. The point is that we remember presents which seem the most thoughtful. For example, you don’t have to spend hours searching shops for the “best new toy” for your kid; just trust your gut and choose something unique to the individual in question. That might be the newest toy on the market, of course, but the point is that it doesn’t have to be. If you’re struggling a little bit then here’s some advice on buying the perfect present for a loved one.



The meaningful present.

A meaningful present is one of the best kinds of present you can buy for a loved one. For most people, a gift with some meaning attached to it is something that they’re going to remember forever. You might want to buy a car for your teenager when they get their license, for example. It doesn’t always have to be an expensive gesture, however. You might even want to check out a company such as MilitaryCoinsUSA if your loved one served in the armed forces because an army coin could be the perfect way to commemorate what they’ve done for the country. And that’s the key to giving your loved one a meaningful present, after all; it should be tied to their personality or life in some way. It could be something that’s meaningful to that individual or something that’s meaningful to the relationship between the two of you. The point is simply that the sentimentality of the present is the present. It’s not about buying some big or lavish gift; it’s a gesture of how much this person means to you. 


The personalized present.

Continuing from the previous point, you might want to get a personalized present for your loved one. It doesn’t necessarily need to be an emotional or sentimental gift, but it should be unique to the giftee. A one-of-a-kind gift is special because it tells the person that you put time and thought into creating their present. You might give them a handmade card, for example. You might get them a cake with a picture of them printed on the icing (done professionally, of course). You could simply get them a picture frame with lots of photographs that capture the fun memories you’ve shared over the years. A personalized present is a perfect present.



The useful present.

One of the best kinds of present you can buy for somebody is a useful one. If you’re really stuck as to what you should buy for your loved one this year then stop thinking about luxuries and start thinking about necessities. We’re all missing practical things in our life. Perhaps your best friends purse is looking old and worn-out, so you could buy her a new one. Of course, this suggestion can be interpreted in a million different ways depending on the person for whom you’re buying a gift.

Ask yourself what you know about the person in question. What are they missing in their life? What’s useful to them? Buying a practical present that fills a gap in somebody’s life is a great way of showing them that you care. They’ll know that you listen to them and want to make their life better. It’s really one of the best types of present you can give. Even a bottle of wine is a practical present, right? It can be used, at least. That makes it useful, surely. Again, this point is as open to interpretation as you’d like it to be. It all depends on the nature of the person for whom you’re buying the gift. What’s useless to one person is practical to another. 

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Whether you’re simply choosing a birthday present for your little one or starting your Christmas shopping very early, don’t get worked up over gift-giving. The only thing that people expect from gifts is a display of affection. It’s just about proving that the person in question means a lot to you, even if you are just buying them a silly gift or hand-making a card.

We all get so caught up in the idea of how much we’ve spent on a present, but the quality of the gift is all that matters. And, sometimes, the best presents are the ones that aren’t store-bought. That personal touch can really prove to your loved one that you went above and beyond to put effort into their gift. Of course, if the person has told you what they want for their birthday or anniversary then you might as well keep things easy for yourself and just buy them that thing. That’s one less gift to worry about, right?

I hope I have made gift-giving much easier and made you excited for your next opportunity to give a gift to someone special!

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Add A Personal Gift To Your Mompreneur Business

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Hey mamas,

Welcome to the next post in my ongoing mompreneur series! Today I will be showing you how adding a little personal gift into your mom biz could make a huge difference! Read on hot mama!

Add A Personal Gift To Your Mompreneur Business

As an entrepreneur, you naturally want to establish a close bond with your clients, partners and leads. In the business world, building up a personal connection to the people you rely on in your everyday work, whether to purchase an item, help you to establish a strategy or supply with the necessary gear, is key to a positive impression. More often than not, entrepreneurs forget to add a personal touch to their business interactions. It might seem easy to get lost in the work routine and forget about the people around you. So that’s why bringing back the concept of the personal gift is crucial to your business survival. 


What’s the right personal gift?


Skills are not enough; you need to secure a personal connection

Admittedly, let’s get things clear from the start. You need a gift, but you also need to have the relevant skills for your business. Whether these relate to programming or bookkeeping, you need to remember that no personal gift can compensate a lack of skills. But similarly, being skillful and experienced is not enough to build a personal connection with your target audience. You need to add a sweet little gesture to bring back a sense of humanity into business transactions.


For loyal customers and partners

When there is a sense of loyalty that is established between you and your audience, whether from customers or partners, you will need to look for present ideas that can leverage the brand advocacy of your contacts. A simple touch such as a brand mug is a good idea to get them talking about your company naturally. You can also offer to sponsor your customers or partners activities, such as offering custom t-shirts for the in-house sports team, for example. Ultimately, you should reward their loyalty with regular discounts and offers too.


For new leads at an event

If you’re planning an event, there’s nothing better than looking for original and personal giveaways to attract and impress the audience. For all-day events, people tend to prefer elements that can help them to go through the day, aka a sweet snack or maybe some pens and paper. If you’re looking to attract people to your stand, you will need to consider offering refreshments as well as fresh foods, such as ordering a breakfast pastry buffet with hot drinks in the morning, for instance, and offering a small sandwich in a branded bag at lunchtime. 


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For new clients

Last, but not least, there’s the new client who has just passed an order and whom you want to retain. You’ve got a lot of options to make things feel more personal here. You can add a thank you card to the parcel, for instance, if there is a delivery planned. For businesses that are likely to get several orders from the same client throughout the year, such as takeaway or beauty products, you can pack a discount card to encourage future orders. Another good idea is to add samples of your other products so that you can help your clients to discover your full range.

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In short, don’t believe the idea that the digital revolution has removed the need for a personal and human touch. Now, more than never, you need to remain your audience that they are more than a buyer to you.  Are you ready to take over the mom biz world? Go and rock it mama!

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Love, Jessxo