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Mo On The Go

Quick and Easy Way to Show You Care

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As a kid, I’d open my lunch each day and see a neatly folded napkin with a short note from my mum on it. A heart with “ I love you” in it, a happy face with “Good Luck today” referring to a spelling or math test. These notes brightened my day, each day and let me know my mum loved and cared enough to show me.

As a busy working mum, I often think of how my mum found the time and energy to do sweet things like the napkin notes and how they made me feel. She still texts me randomly to let me know she’s thinking of me.

I often do the same thing with my kids- I write a short note in their agenda, I too do the napkin notes (although my mum was way better at it) and I try to share small compliments out of the blue when you know they need to hear words of encouragement. It feels good to be reminded that you are loved and cared for.

One particularly busy morning, my kids tucked a Kleenex® Care pocket pack in the back pocket of my jeans. It had “I Love You Mummy” written on it in messy kid handwriting. It was a very sweet surprise. It is nice to know they appreciate the notes and words of love I share with them and that they are learning to share those words as well.


Small gestures like sharing a Kleenex® Care pocket pack with those you love and care for are a sweet reminder that you are thinking of them. Here’s a video depicting my experience with two of my girls on a busy school morning and how they shared Kleenex® Care with me.



Why not pickup a Kleenex® Care pocket pack- they are a quick and easy way to show you care. Visit to save on Kleenex® Brand Tissues

This post is sponsored by Kleenex®. The opinions and language are all my own.



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