Busy Mom Goes Through Day with a Smile Instead of Stress

August 30, 2005 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
NEW MARKET, Vir. – Raising kids, juggling a busy family schedule, keeping a house, doing laundry, and holding down a career can quickly take a toll on a marriage – but this busy mom found a way to do it all with a smile.

Busy moms do not have to be filled with stress, according to this busy mom who goes through each day with a smile.

“There are some wonderful tools and resources that free up my time, help me to get things done, and actually make it fun to be a busy mom,” said Adriana Copaceanu, mother of two and creator of the www.Busy-Moms-Online.com web site.

“Busy moms need help and information now. They can’t wait around on hold, stand in lines at a cash register, or wait for something in the mail. They need parenting tips, beauty tricks, money advice, organizational tools, on-line shopping convenience, and anything that can simplify their busy lives and reduce their stress,” explained Copaceanu.

Working mothers with children 6 to 14 now use the Internet an average of 13.2 hours a week and watch television only 7.6 hours a week, according to a study conducted by C&R Research for Disney Online and reported by the press.

That study concluded that busy moms respond to on-line advertising when it offers the very things that busy moms are looking for to simplify their lives.

“If you target women with kids for your marketing, offer them a way to save time, save money, or be a better mother and they will respond to your advertising,” said Copaceanu.

Her web site www.Busy-Moms-Online.com offers stressed mothers everything they are looking for, and it is all provided at no cost. The service is advertiser supported, and advertisers are finding great success because Copaceanu places their message in front of highly qualified prospects.

Three-quarters of moms go online to plan and research family trips, and two-thirds research products to buy and get health information, according to an April 2004 America Online survey. The C&R Research study concluded that 9 out of 10 Internet moms use the web to simplify their lives and get things done more efficiently.

“I’m a busy mom, so I understand their needs, and my focus is to provide a single source for tips, help, advice and suggestions for making that heavy load a little more manageable. That means moms get a lot more quality time with their family,” said Copaceanu.

She has found success because she found a need and filled it, and busy moms are flocking to her site to make use of all Copaceanu has to offer. That makes Copaceanu – and all her advertisers – very happy.

Adriana Copaceanu

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