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Celebrate the World’s Toughest Job this Mother’s Day

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cardstore.

From the time I was a little girl, I knew I wanted to be a mom.  I had the dolls, the baby clothes, the bottles, the strollers – everything I needed to play mommy.  And  I played with my dolls until I was at least in 4th grade. I loved the idea of being a mom!  What I didn’t know then that I know now – is that being a mom is easily the World’s Toughest Job.  Get out a hankie, and click play below for the sweetest job interview ever:

I laughed and I cried watching it!  I love that made this amazing video about motherhood, which is hands down the toughest job I’ve ever had.  The truth is, I can’t do it alone.  I have two sisters without children of their own who have my back when it comes to my kids and my kids adore them!  I love to show them how much we appreciate them on Mother’s Day.

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I headed to  to create a personalized card for my sisters for Mother’s Day.  It’s super quick and easy to do and they have cards for anyone you want to celebrate on Mother’s Day.

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I can’t make a card and not put some fun photos on it somewhere. offered a few different layout options. I can’t wait to send this off to my sister. She’s going to love it!

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American Greetings created a job posting for a company, Rethom Inc. (“Mother” spelled backwards), based on everything moms do under the title ‘Director of Operations’ and placed it across 27 markets through job postings, 14 market newspaper classified ads and 2 Google sponsored ad units, resulting in 2.7MM impressions. The job description outlined all of the tasks of a mother without revealing the job was indeed a mom. In the end, Cardstore only had 24 inquiries – thereby proving that being a mom is the world’s toughest (but most rewarding) job.  Check out the job listing – did they miss anything?!

 Tell Mom, or someone else, how thankful you are for her this Mother’s Day! Use the code CCF4249 on and get personalized Mother’s Day Card for only $2.49 (regularly up to $3.69).  But hurry – the code is only good through May 5, 2014!


This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cardstore.

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