Small Business Diva

April 14, 2008

The Origins of Mother’s Day

Filed under: Bits & Pieces,Juggling Work and Family — smallbusinessdiva @ 11:48 am
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For anyone whose business caters to Mother’s Day, I’m sure you are all set for this special day by now, having planned your promotions and special offers some time ago.

Did you ever wonder when the concept of Mother’s Day began? Apparently this day originates from Britain during the 17th Century. It was a day when servants and apprentices were allowed to travel home to see their mothers, usually taking a gift with them. The day became known as Mothering Day. If you would like to know more, read all about The Meaning of Mother’s Day at My New Shiny Shoes – it gives you all the facts and makes for an interesting read.

Here’s to your success in business…

Donna-Marie

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1 Comment »

  1. I think it’s great to know that people have been honouring their mum since the 17th century and long may it continue.

    Comment by Michelle — April 14, 2008 @ 7:41 pm | Reply


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