The Path: How to Become Your Best Self #BookReview

The Path: How to Become Your Best Self

How many times have you lost sight of your true self? Life changing events – like becoming a parent – can cause our views of who we are and what we want to change. Finding and rediscovering that purpose and path in life can take time. This is why I’m always intrigued with ways to tap into finding and keeping on a path that is self-fulfilling.

In author Felix Ruiz’s self-help book The Path: How to Become Your Best Self, he addresses ways that people who are struggling in life can become the person they truly want to be. He calls this finding your “best self”. The become is designed to help you become the version of the person you can be proud of. Felix even shares how he used his techniques to motivate himself to write this book and put his advice into practice.

The Path: How to Become Your Best Self is 32 pages and available on Amazon so you can grab the e-book and read it on your next vacation.

What types of motivational books do you like to read to keep yourself focused?

Until Next Time,


This post is sponsored by Felix Ruiz All opinions are 100% mine.

Faux Fur Coats by Adela Queen #Review

Faux Fur Coats by Adela Queen

I’m not much of a cold weather fan. That is why I’m sad to see summer coming to an end. The days of flip flops and t-shirts are going to be turning to sweaters and big jackets. 

One bright side of this time of year, if you are in need of winter coat you can find hot deals. Adela Queen is an online faux fur shop focused on making the best possible faux fur coats. They love animals and their motto is “Forget the real fur and enjoy the luxury of faux fur”.  

Their designers come from New York, Paris and Moscow. They devoted themselves to every details and every pattern to ensure that each coat has the natural grace, fashion temperament and unique quality.  I love that they have a social responsibility to encourage the faux fur industry instead of using animals for their fur. 

While it doesn’t get cold enough in NC for a faux fur coat, they have some luxurious looking designs that would fit in a big city like NYC or Boston where winters can be brutal. If you are looking for a way to stay warm and stylish this winter check out the hot deals of Faux Fur Coats by Adela Queen for some great deals and beautiful coats. 

Until Next Time,


This post is sponsored by ortono All opinions are 100% mine.

Breitling Navitimer reviewed by Haute Time

Breitling Navitimer reviewed by Haute Time

During my years in the fine jewelry business, I learned that some men view their watches as a highly coveted gadget they enjoy collecting. Even in the day of smart watches, there is nothing more classic that a high quality timepiece you can surprise your man with on a special occasion.

Breitling is one of the premier watchmakers of all time. Their style is a blend of masculine design with impeccable craftmanship. Men have enjoyed wearing Breitling for years. The Breitling Navitimer reviewed by Haute Time really highlights how men are embracing this sporty spin on a classic watch.

Does your man enjoy a high quality watch?

Until Next Time,


This post is sponsored by ortono All opinions are 100% mine.

New DIY Salads that Make the Meal #GuestPost

Joy from Kitchen Scentse is completing her series on salads with some wonderful...and filling...salad ideas that make the meal. She shares some of the newest and most innovative trends in salad combinations that you can easily incorporate in your own family meal plan.


We’ve discussed composed salads and alternative ones. Now, I’ve got to tell you there’s a new guy in town making waves by combining produce in ways that make salads stars in our diets. They’re innovative in the wide range of ingredients used and for the complete meals they so effortlessly provide.  As in alternative creations, all sorts of items are included, with less emphasis on the leafy greens, but they are not chopped or diced as they used to be. The ingredients are presented in chunks, pieces, or more often, in thin slices or shaved. The mandolin replaces the knife, being actually easier and quicker to use.

Like composed salads, these accompany meat, constituting a full plated entrée but that meat is a lean cut, a fish fillet, a cutlet or loin chop, lightly grilled, broiled or sautéed just prior to serving, although this is a great way to serve well-trimmed slices of roast too. The dish is further fortified by including nuts, seeds, grains such as farro, quinoa, bulgur, kasha, rice, even “country croutons”, pieces of torn artesian bread turning it into a fully nourishing, attractive  meal. 

The ingredients can be prepared ahead, kept in chilled water, ideally tossed with a vinaigrette just before serving and plated spontaneously draped slightly over the meat not positioned rigidly to one side as before. The inviting impression is of freshness and casual elegance.

As for the actual ingredients, start with the thought that things that go together hot, will do so cold. The Italian gang, tomatoes, zucchini, onions and fennel make a wonderful salad, when grape tomatoes are split, the other things shaved and yes, the zucchini raw. Add fresh basil and oregano, some quinoa and perhaps Parmesan or Romano shavings, grilled chicken or slices of beef and it’s a full meal. 

Have fun thinking outside the box too. Many fruits and vegetables combine well: tomatoes, watermelon and avocados, cantaloupe, peppers and onions, plums, radishes and cucumber are a few. Lesser greens like watercress, sprouts and baby spinach are great compliments for these combos, rather than the usual lettuces. Herbs are good too. Don’t buy a bunch, for garnish, then wonder how to use the rest. Parsley, especially the flat leaf, cilantro and basil make great salad greens.

Then it’s simply a matter of deciding what grain, cheese, seeds or nuts, toasted please, best go with the other ingredients, appeal to you, perhaps you have on hand or want to get to round out the salad, turning it into the chief component of the main course rather than a side, I’ve found the grains present no problem in taking up prep time either. They can be cooked ahead, frozen in salad sized portions and thawed when needed.

 I had leftover fennel crusted pork tenderloin this week and made one of these salads with no recipe, just the meat and some cooked wild rice. Tossing rice, thinly sliced carrot, zucchini onion, bell pepper and grape tomatoes with a couple of torn Romaine leaves, fresh basil and oregano in a light vinaigrette, and serving it over the sliced cold pork, was delicious. The interesting thing was how little of each ingredient was required to create a fully satisfying meal.

Let your creative side loose, listen to the inner voice that telling you what tastes good together and build yourself a salad. You might discover combinations to enjoy all year.  The media is full of recipes for these “complete” salads and serving suggestions. They are the new BIG thing, but if you’re really stuck, visit

10 Ways You Can Choose To Be Happy Today

10 Ways You Can Choose To Be Happy Today

“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” Mahatma Gandhi

Living a happy, resilient and optimistic life is a wonderful concept. Being happy is good for your health. It can protect you from the stresses of life if you are able to channel your stress into a more positive and blissful perspective. 

Stress is linked to top causes of death such as heart disease, cancer and stroke. Stress can be derived from the anxiety of change. However, we have to remember the old adage “The only constant in life is change.' In our life we have the power to make the changes if we want to. Even if we find ourselves in an unbearable situation we can always find solace in the knowledge that it too will soon change. 

To be happy amidst all of this change is relatively easy…just decide to be a happy person. Abraham Lincoln observed that most people for most of the time can choose how happy or stressed, how relaxed or troubled, how bright or dull their outlook to be. The choice is simple really, choose to be happy. 

There are 10 ways you can choose to be happy every day:

Be Grateful – An attitude of gratitude requires us to make conscious decisions to be thankful. In reality, we have so much to be thankful for. Thank the bus driver for bringing your kids home safely, thank the chef for a wonderful dinner with your spouse, and thank the guy who handles your dry cleaning. Also thank the mailman for bringing you your mails, thank the policeman for making your place safe and thank God for being alive.

Reduce the News – Modern day news programs thrive on sharing some of the most horrifying stories from around the world. News is stressful. Get less of it. Some people just can't start their day without their daily dose of news. Think about it, 99% of the news we hear or read is bad news. Starting the day with bad news does not seem to be a sensible thing to do.

Make a Spiritual Connection - A religious connection is also recommended. Being part of a religious group with its singing, sacraments, chanting, prayers and meditations foster inner peace. 

Gain Control Over Your Time - Time is invaluable. You can never get back the minutes you’ve wasted focusing on something negative. Time is too important to waste. Time management can be viewed as a list of rules that involves scheduling, setting goals, planning, creating lists of things to do and prioritizing. 

Laugh Every Day – Life doesn’t have to be so serious. Find the joy by seeking out something (or someone) who makes you laugh. Heard a good joke? Tell your friends or family about it. As we all know -'Laughter is the best medicine'.
Express Your Feelings – Don’t be shy. Tell the people in your life how you feel about them. They will most likely reciprocate your actions. Creating these connections with others in our lives can make us feel happy. Don’t hold onto anger or frustrations, this is bad for your health. Instead find ways of expressing them in a way that will not cause more injury or hurt to anyone.
Complete Satisfying Work – Personal satisfaction comes from completing tasks and working hard. Think about your goals and take actions to work towards those goals. The feeling of completing a task can give you a feeling of being competent. Accomplishments are necessary for all of us, they give us a sense of value. Work on things that you feel worthy of your time. Be satisfied when they are complete – even if it just a load of laundry or re-organizing a closet.

Learn Something New - Learning is a joyful exercise. Commit to learning something new every day.  Learning also makes us expand and broaden our horizons and give us more opportunities in the future. 

Get Active - Run, jog, walk and do other things that your body was made for. Feel alive. Find one activity you can do that stimulates your endorphins. Exercising has been proven to improve people’s moods. 

Evict Negativity – Don’t let others bring you down. If you find yourself exposed to negative people, negative elements, or negative environments, evict that negativity from your life. By avoiding exposure to these negative elements you take control of not allowing them to impact your chosen journey to be happy. 

These are the few simple things you can do every day to be happy. 

And always remember the quote from Abraham Lincoln, he says that, "Most people are about as happy as they make up their minds to be."

What is one thing you do every day to make yourself happy?

Until Next Time,


Bondswell – A New Way to Show Off What You Love + A #Giveaway

Bondswell – A New Way to Show Off What You Love + A #Giveaway

In the age of social media, there is no shortage of ways to show off what you love with the world.  Assembling collections of products, quotes, inspirations, or life tips, I can get lost for hours exploring any topic of my choosing.

But sometimes compiling all of these things into a single cohesive experience can be difficult with the way some of these platforms save your favorite links or products. Bondswell adds a new twist on how you collect all that information you find online.

Bondswell is a new social platform that lets you create Flairs around topics that you love. Then, you create bonds by adding all those things you love into a single canvas.  For example, I created a “Spark Fashion” flair so I can create bonds around my mom style.

For my first bond, I thought it’d be fun to focus on a flirty date night style inspiration. Bonds can be created from the existing products and inspirations already on Bondswell. Or, you can add a plugin to your taskbar – called a ‘bondlet’ – that will let you add bonds as you surf your favorite sites. 

I could spend all night having fun with my bonds and creating new flairs. It takes the idea of social sharing to a new creative and collaborative level. Some of the early adopters on Bondswell have some interstesting bonds going on. Plus, it is a great way for you  to make collages, recommend products, shop better, organize things, etc.

The Giveaway - CLOSED

Congrats to our winner - Nessie! You will be contacted by the giveaway sponsor with details on how to claim your prize.

To launch this new platform, Bondswell has sponsored this post and the following giveaway for all of My Mom Spark readers. They are giving away this beautiful Love is Grand and Messy No. 1 Pendant. 

All you have to do is complete the tasks below to earn entries for the giveaway. You have until August 23rd to claim your entries to win this awesome pendant, plus you get to be one of the early adopters to this cool new social platform – Bondswell.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

What will your first bond be?

Until Next Time,


This post is sponsored by Bondswell, Inc. All opinions are 100% mine.

6 Things to Do Before Taking a Family Road Trip + #Giveaway

I love taking family road trips. Getting prepared is always the hardest part. But, with these 6 things you can do before you hit the road, you and your family will be set for a safe and fun vacation. This post was guest written by Mavis Discount Tires who is offering a chance for you to win free tires in August. Giveaway details are below.

6 Things to Do Before Taking a Family Road Trip

Image courtesy of seaskylab
Summer is the perfect time to take a road trip with your family and make new memories. Before beginning your vacation, follow these tips to ensure your road trip goes smoothly!

1. Check The Air Pressure and Treadwear in Your Tires
No one wants to get stranded on the side of the road due to a flat tire (especially if you are traveling with children). Tire problems on your road trip can be avoided by inspecting your tires thoroughly. Before leaving for your trip, make sure your tires are properly inflated with correct air pressure. The correct air pressure may be found in your vehicle owner’s manual or on the tire placard. Another thing to check is the tread of your tires. You want to make sure you have more than 2/32 remaining tread depth (if not more). Use the penny test to check the tread. Check out some more tire care tips here

2. Download Summer Travel Apps
There are some very handy summer travel apps available to take advantage of. They can help you stay on track and save money. Waze and GasBuddy are two wonderful apps to have on your phone when embarking on a road trip! 

3. Fill Up with Gas
This seems like common sense, but some people forget to get a full tank of gas before getting on the road. Filling up your gas tank before getting on the road can give you a long range of time before you have to stop again. Checking your GasBuddy app to find the best price in the area can also help you save money. 

4.Check Fluid Levels
Maintaining the proper fluid levels should be done anyway, but you definitely want to make sure your fluid levels are full before a road trip. The most important fluid level to check is your engine oil. If it’s low, you should bring your car in for an oil change or service before your trip. While you are checking your oil, take the time to check your windshield wiper fluid, power steering fluid, and brake fluid.

5. Pack an Emergency Kit 
In case of an emergency, you definitely want to be prepared with an emergency kit. Emergency kits can include a wide range of things but some very important things to include are first aid supplies, a flashlight, jumper cables, tire gauge, tow strap, warm blanket, water, snacks, and a utility tool. 

6. Purchase Roadside Service
Investing in a roadside service like Best Roadside Service can be very beneficial. They can provide you with things like emergency oil, fluid, and fuel delivery, towing, battery jumpstart, flat tire service, and lockout and lost key service. 

Tires can be an expensive purchase to make. However, there are many ways to save money through coupons, deals, and contests. Mavis Tire offers many different deals to ensure that customers receive quality tires at a discounted price.   

Win 4 Free Tires 
Check out this contest to enter to win 4 New Tires, installed, at any Mavis Discount Tire location. If you win, you can choose from any in stock all-season, winter, or snow tire. 

Contest Valid 8/1/2015 - 8/31/2015.
For details & To Enter the Giveaway Visit:

Tires must be installed at a Mavis Discount Tire location. No carry-outs. Mavis Discount Tire locations include select Cole Muffler Brake and Cole Muffler / Mavis Discount Tire locations. Open to valid US residents only. Tires must be 17-inch or smaller. $450 prize includes allowance for $100 per tire and $12.50 installation. Full prize amount must be used at time of purchase. No change will be given. Tire invoice related to this prize are not eligible for mail-in rebate programs. Tires must be in stock from supplier. If contest is brand-specific and a suitable tire is not available from selected manufacturer, a comparable replacement or substitution may occur. Employees of Mavis Tire Supply LLC and Mavis Tire NY LLC are not eligible to receive prizes. Restrictions and limitations apply. Void where prohibited by law. Chances of winning depend on number of entries. No purchase necessary. Prize is not transferrable. Don't have a Facebook account? You can still enter here

Purchase Tires When You Need Them, Don’t Wait

By using deals and coupons, you are more likely to have a safe driving experience if you purchase tires more often and don’t wait until they are worn out. Checking your tire tread often can definitely help you decide if it is time for new tires or not. After purchasing new tires, keeping them maintained properly with alignment and rotation services is also very important.  To get the printable Mavis Tire coupons above please go here

By Guest Author: Lauren Byrd
Lauren is a contributing writer and media specialist for Mavis Discount Tire. She regularly produces content for a variety of lifestyle and automotive blogs based around driver safety tips, auto service tips, and more. 

Her Kitchen Motto - More About Dinner With Joy - #GuestPost

Over the last few weeks, I've shared a few guests posts from Joy at Kitchen Scentse. Today, Joy shares with us a little more about her Kitchen Motto and how she came to be a food blogger at

Her Kitchen Motto - More About Dinner with Joy

My blog Kitchen $centse is based on my experience that the best way to economize on food bills is through organized planning and informed shopping. Following this thought I adopted:” Making wonderful scents, while saving cents, by using sense” as its motto.

I’ve always liked to cook, so in 1999, frustrated by an “Empty Nest”, I trained, joined the U.S.P.C.A. and opened a personal chef service. America was exploring different cuisines while adjusting to the onset of consistently rising food prices. Food became a popular subject of conversation, either sharing new discoveries or coping with expenses.  I heard opinions from my generation, our children, and my clients of all ages. 

The common thread was people wanting an increasing variety of flavorful dishes while experiencing increasing pressure to monitor spending. I had already faced having to quote a price, offer unlimited entrees, assure quality, buy retail and meet my bottom line. Chef training taught me to make detailed lists of planned menus and not deviate when shopping. This eliminates extra spending on impulses or duplications, which can stockpile and expire on the pantry shelf. Obviously, organized planning is an economy measure.

Another sensible practice is learning about the ingredients you’re using especially when first exploring a new cuisine. Don’t blindly buy every item in a recipe. See if some can substitute for others; mace, the nutmeg casing, has a  similar but stronger flavor and costs more. Asian cuisines favor spice blends, some easily duplicated from ordinary pantry supplies. Delay buying products until you’re sure you like them and/or their native cuisines. 

The same advice holds for all items on your shopping list. Blind sale or bulk buying, is wasting money if you don’t like or won’t use the product. Be cautious trying other brands and above all know the amounts you require. Overbuying is the chief excess food expenditure. So informed shopping is another means of controlling food expensed.

Practicing organized planning and informed shopping, which are simply sensible behavior modifications, rather than penny-pinching or bargain hunting, provides for retention of quality. Best of all, it insulates against “register shock”. This is truly using sense to save cents. 

Planning meals for several days ahead, I recommend a week, and knowing everything needed is on hand is very relaxing. It allows for ease in prepping, cooking and presenting a meal. One is free to focus on creating those “wonderful scents’ that arouse hunger and draw everyone to the table to eat. Usually earns you a few compliments too.

So that outlines the meaning of the mission statement for my blog site, the inspiration for its motto and the motive behind my choice of subject matter for my posts, and books, as well as their content. To learn more about it in detail go to

 I try in each posting to make some aspect of meal preparation from planning to table, easier with recipes as examples. Come visit my blog site and browse the book shelf. The blog archives are worth visiting too; they hold over 160 postings. My apologies, we’re in the process of adding a List of Contents but until then click “Blog” on the Home Page Header, then pick a year and month from the box in the lower right margin. With 4 to 5 postings in each month, you’re sure to find something to make your kitchen experience easier. We’re also installing a comments box but until then, if you need help, have a question or comment, just click the “Contact Me” button on the Home Page header and I’ll answer.

AdvertiseMint Launches “Facebook for Good” Campaign

AdvertiseMint Launches “Facebook for Good” Campaign

Facebook advertising is huge for many businesses. With the vast audience on Facebook, businesses of all shapes and sizes are trying to understand how to leverage this massive advertising platform to their benefit. 

AdvertiseMint has created a way to use their expertise in Facebook advertising to support good causes. This week they released an announcement around their “Facebook for Good” campaign. Check out what they had to say about their efforts for combining their unique skills for great causes.

AdvertiseMint, Inc, a digital advertising agency specializing in Facebook ads launched it’s “Facebook for Good” campaign, which provides free Facebook ad credits to non-profits, organizations or events that are making a difference in the world.

AdvertiseMint launches campaign to provide Free Facebook Ad credits to non-profits

AdvertiseMint places a portion of its profit into a special fund. Organizations or individuals can apply for the program using the application found on the AdvertiseMint for Good website. The AdvertiseMint executive team narrows down the choices and then employees select the final winner. Selected non-profits receive Facebook ad credits ranging from $250 – $25,000 along with free management of their ad campaign.

“We wanted a program that would allow us to use our talents in Facebook advertising to make the world a better place”, said Brian Meert, CEO of AdvertiseMint. “It’s important that we take time to help others and I’m excited that we can involve our team in the process.”

For the first award, AdvertiseMint selected the “One Shake is all it Takes 5K Walk/Run”. The event will take place in Duluth, Minnesota on August 15 to help provide awareness for Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma, commonly known as Shaken Baby Syndrome.

How familiar are you with Facebook ads? Do you use them in your business?

Until Next Time,


This post is sponsored by Advertisemint All opinions are 100% mine.

NinettaPolpetta – Soothe Your Teething Child with This #EtsyShopReview

NinettaPolpetta – Soothe Your Teething Child with This

Who remembers what it is like – or is currently dealing with – a teething child? Yeah, I remember the slobber, the crankiness, and constantly putting everything in their mouths. Soothing your teething child can be a trying time for any parent. I tried everything from the gel to the ice pops to the crackers and nothing ever seemed to do the trick.

But, now I am seeing more of these teething jewelry pieces for moms to wear. I find the concept quite interesting. One of my favorites is at NinettaPolpetta Etsy shop where you can find fun, colorful teething jewelry for moms to wear. If you like the large chunky jewelry style, these necklaces fit right in with the current trends. Most of all I love the colors.

Each teething necklace is BPA-free silicone, made of 100% food grade silicone material with FDA approvals. They are heat resistant so you can boil them to disinfect. They are fun, lightweight, portable and easy to store.

Now, since my children are too old for these, I still find the concept is very interesting to me because I recall many times being places where a teething child had no comfort from the pain in their mouths. These necklaces seem like a fun and innovative way for mom to always be prepared to soothe their child in a fun and fashionable way.

It never ceases to amaze me the creativity you can find on Etsy. Handmade items of all shapes, colors, sizes, and functions appear on this site. 

What do you think about wearing a teething necklace for your child?

Until Next Time,


This post is sponsored by Antoniettapia All opinions are 100% mine.

DIY Salad Dressing to Make Your Salads Sing #GuestPost

Last week, Joy shared salad suggestions. This week she has a full range of do-it-yourself salad dressings that you can make at home to jazz up your favorite side salad. They are easy enough that even I could make these at home.


Ingredients make the salad, but the dressing makes it sing...and sing in different keys, depending on the choice of dressing. Being able to make your own dressing, rather than depending on commercial brands, is like arranging the song to suit your mood. Last week, while writing about different ideas for side salads, I realized that dressings would be a good topic. So here I am with the results of my investigation of salad dressings.

To start,  let’s talk about the commercial products available. If you include the generic, ethnic, gourmet, as well as the big and small brand names the number is only surpassed by the number of flavor varieties to choose from. There seems to be something for everyone, so why make your own? 

Well, first the commercial brands all contain artificial ingredients, preservatives, and generally a high amount of salt, sugar and fat. Making them yourself gives you control over these things. Second, commercial dressings usually are close to the flavor ceiling. They won’t accept any taste adjustments .you might want to make. Third, the cost is rising, and basic, simple dressing ingredients are found in most homes, especially those for vinaigrette. Why pay to have several bottles open, when you can make them fresh as needed using items you keep in supply?

Please understand I’m not going DIY on salad dressings.  Many can’t be easily duplicated without a specific flavoring agent. It’s senseless to buy such products and only use a fraction, just as it is to buy several ingredients in an attempt to recreate a product you like. However, for the everyday salad side, snack or light meal, making the dressing is easy, economical and fun.  Most entrée salad recipes include directions for a specific dressing, Cobb and Nicoise Salads for example, not to mention all the grilled chicken ones out there, so you probably already have experience.

In most countries, the salad’s ingredients determine its dressing and a “house” salad is dressed as the chef decrees. Americans expect to be offered a selection of dressings especially for a side or light meal salad. If having this option appeals to you, make several vinaigrettes with different infusions to use alone or have ready to add other ingredients to make more complex dressings. As always, the possibilities are endless. Just use your imagination. 

Following are basic directions for vinaigrettes and other easy dressings, with suggestions for variations. Also, don’t forget that dressings can double as marinades. Simply reserve enough to dress the greens, use the rest to flavor the meat. 

Basic Vinaigrette
The fundamental ratio is 1 part vinegar to 3 parts oil, with salt and pepper to taste. Dissolve seasonings in vinegar. If making in a jar, add oil in 3 parts, shaking between. If using a blender or bowl add oil in a thin stream with machine running or constantly stirring.

A Simple Dressing Allowing Variations   
Double basic proportions of oil and vinegar
1 small shallot or 1/3 a small onion – minced
½ garlic clove- minced
½ tsp. each salt, pepper and Dijon mustard
OPTIONAL 1-2 tsp. dried herbs of choice like an Italian blend

For Low-Fat replace 1/3 oil with juice, broth, fruit or vegetable puree. Tea lowers vinegar’s  acidity. Reducing oil content further thins the liquid too much to coat, requiring the addition of gelatin or cornstarch..

For a full range of dressing recipes visit

Included in her posting are directions for Creamy dressings like Ranch, Russian, Italian, both regular and low-fat as well as:

  • French Roquefort Dressing
  • Asian Peanut Dressing
  • Yogurt-Fruit Dressing   
  • Raspberry-Wine Dressing  

Brand Your Own Australian Natural Soaps

Brand Your Own Australian Natural Soaps

Have you ever thought about starting (or expanding) a retail business? Gifts and accessories are always a popular retail or e-commerce solution. From all the gifts and accessories you can find on Etsy to the local boutique, these stores are a fun way to combine your passion with your entrepreneurial spirit.

If you are interested in starting or expanding a gift or accessories business, you need wholesalers for the types of products that you want to sell. Natural soaps are great products that can fit into a variety of retail stores – a gift shop, a beauty shop, a holistic health and healing shop. French-milled soaps have great fragrances and sell at an unexpectedly low price.

Wholesale organic soaps from Australian Natural Soaps offers these organic French-milled bars of soap. Based in Massachusetts, they import the bars and distribute them to retail businesses around the United States. You can choose to sell these soaps under their own Simple Scents Australia and Wavertree and London brand names. Or, if you’d prefer to create a private label organic soap line, they will help to provide you with unbranded bars so you can put your own brand on it.

Wholesale organic soaps from Australian Natural Soaps is one vendor you can use to expand your product lines or start your own natural soap business.

What would you sell if you were starting your own retail (or e-commerce) store?

Until Next Time,


This post is sponsored by David. All opinions are 100% mine.

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