What Is The Hardest Job?

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I have three kids who range in age from 21 to 7. I have one in college who texts me whenever and I have two boys who don’t leave me alone. Recently, they have been talking about the World’s Hardest Job and said that being a Mom wins the title.

I don’t know about that. I definitely would never want to inseminate cattle or be a mortician but when I think about it, being a Mom even incorporates some of those jobs as well.
LOL
American Greetings created a job announcement based on a Mom’s job which included a job description for a ‘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. They only had 24 applicants thus the idea behind the World’s Hardest Job. Did they miss anything in the job description? Go tell them at http://po.st/jZxAGd.

This Mother’s Day is different. This is my first since my Mom passed and also one of my kids is 3000 miles away. I have decided to celebrate one of my favorite Moms who also happens to be watching out for and taking care of my 21 year old while she is on break from school. My sister-in-law also has three kids; 2 girls, 14 and 11 (God bless her) and a little guy who is 8. She has her hands full with CCD, singing, drums and God knows what else her kids are doing. She is a chef, taxi, mechanic, teacher and artisan who makes beautiful jewelry. Most of all, she would be my nominee for holding the World’s Toughest Job. Mari, you are awesome!CardStore site

I took a few minutes and created a greeting card for her from Cardstore.com and it only took a minute to personalize it and share with her how special I think she is. I could add a photo but chose to keep it simple and from the heart. The best part? Cardstore sends it to her and I don’t have to hunt for a stamp! We have a special offer for you. You can  redeem coupon code CCF4249 on their website.

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