Cyber Monday! Times a tick'in!

Let the festivities begin! Our middles are a bit swollen from the Thanksgiving food-fest that went on this past Thursday. And if you, like us, had family that lingered well into the weekend then you too continued to stuff more than the turkey! As Thanksgiving gave way to “Black Friday”, the traditional brick and mortar retail sales extravaganza, we made the decision to steer clear in favor of “Cyber Monday.” “Cyber Monday” is TODAY, a day where you can enjoy a bevy of discounts from the comfort of your own home. Think of it as the online “Black Friday” where you can take advantage of deep discounts and free shipping, in most cases. Priced-right items include: software, movies, video games and consoles, games, electronics and books, to name a few. May we recommend a few online retailers participating in TODAY’S “Cyber Monday”:

 

 

With deals like these (sounds like an infomercial we know), it’s no wonder that, according toComscore, shoppers charged $890 million on their credit cards in 2009!

 

We’ve got a “Cyber Monday” deal of our own- get 10% off TODAY only on the Moms’ 3-Hr. Workweek- a100% Guilt-Free, Business-in-Box solution based on an already successful mommy-and-me program called For You Two. Email foryoutwoinfo@gmail.com to receive your 10% off discount TODAY! Read more.


Continue the fun this Tuesday with Butterfly as we join Dorothy Tannahill-Moran, Butterfly’s Career Contributor, on her Internet Talk Radio Show. We will discuss the many issues faced by today’s working mothers and those contemplating a return-to-work, so be sure to tune in! Read more.

 

This brings us to Wednesday, the first night of Chanukah! With so much celebrating to do we better cut this edition short! Have fun!

 

Warmly,

 

Bradi and Terry

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