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Friday, May 13, 2011

Move Over Cards (MOC) Review & Cool Conduct Book Review



Unfortunately, even the most heartfelt greeting cards will be placed in landfills or recycling centers. Even with recycling, the energy and pollution costs associated with transporting and converting old greeting cards into reusable paper takes time and money. Move Over Cards (MOC) is a great alternative to a traditional greeting card.


MOCS are the perfect size for bookmarks, scrapbooks & ornaments and there are no envelops to throw away.


I think these are such a great idea! I hate to admit it, but I never know what to do with cards. They kick around for a while and then, shhh, don’t tell my friends, but I throw them away! I love Move Over Cards because they aren’t as wasteful and they make great bookmarks, or you can turn them over and make a grocery list on them!

Nicki is offering a BOGO for any 6 pack purchased you will get another at 50% off!

You can check here to see if you can buy Move Over Cards in your area.

Nicki is such a talented person, she’s even written a book!


Cool Conduct  by Nicki Donley

Cool Conduct, 100 Ways To Make A Positive Impression, is an educational question and answer book identifying manners, etiquette and safety. Cool Conduct is designed to encourage discussions that develop kind, confident, and respectful children.
Our conduct should make us, and those around us, feel good and confident, not upset or embarrassed. By establishing clear expectations, young children can understand values such as courtesy, empathy, and respect.
Unbecoming conduct can hold a person back both personally and academically from reaching their potential.

Cool Conduct is a great book that offers opportunities for adult and kids to work together and learn social skills.

~I received a product sample in order to write my review. I received no monetary compensation. All opinions expressed are mine.

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