Hi there, welcome to SuperSavvyMom!
My name is Zilfarina Abdul Aziz and I am a proud mom of two children, ages 4 and 3 years old. I live inKuala Lumpur,Malaysiaand I would like to help moms everywhere become just a little bit savvier upon leaving my blog. My target is to make you a SuperSavvyMom!
First things first – what does SAVVY means?
According to Thesaurus.com, it means shrewd. (What’s that?) Ok, shrewd means clever or intelligent. Some synonyms to shrewd are ingenious, keen, knowing, quick-witted, sensible, sharp, smart, smooth and streetwise. So, knowing what it means, how would YOU like to be a SuperSavvyMom?
For SuperSavvyMoms wannabes
Being a mom myself, I know moms always want the best for their children whenever they could afford it. The best clothes, the best food, the best toys, the best education. But of course, we have our budgets to stick to. And above all, moms are busy people. They have kids to take care of, a household to manage, laundry and house to clean, jobs they need to hold. So many moms are turning to online shopping now, just like me. Let’s face it, women like to buy stuff. It’s just part of their human nature. When a woman becomes a mom, her views of the world are always inclusive of her children.
However, the one thing that shopping online cannot beat shopping in real life, is that the missing sensation of shopping i.e. touching, holding, feeling, tasting, smelling, hearing. You know, all the 5 senses. That’s how the term window shopping comes about – women sometimes don’t want to spend money, but they just want to feast their senses on things. Some women even consider shopping a therapy.
So my reviews will try to make up for these missing sensations, by making them as real as possible with descriptive words, photos and videos, so they can make informed decisions – Is this good enough for me? Should I buy this? Is it worth my money? Is it practical to bring this for travels? How much does this thing weigh? Is it as easy to use as it says in the advertisement? (We all know how things are not really what they say.) How can I store this away without taking up a whole closet? And other real world considerations.
So if there things that you would like me to review for you to make a informed decision before buying it, drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll try my best and work something out for you.
For SuperSavvy Mompreneurs (and Daddypreneurs and entrepreneurs – we all want to be savvy, don’t we?)
Mompreneurs (and all budding & superstar entrepreneurs) are very much welcome at SuperSavvyMom. I want to support moms that have small businesses, so by reviewing their products, I am indirectly putting the word out for them. In other words, I’m advertising your products for free! I do hope that you notice that I review products for babies, kids and moms. So please don’t ask me to review car models, computer softwares or restaurant meals. Unless they are toy cars, Baby Genius learning software or restaurant meals for kids, that is.
If you would like to sponsor me stuff to review, that would be GREAT, and very much welcome, and would certainly save me quite a few bucks. Just shoot me an email at email@example.com and we’ll arrange a phone call, a meeting or whatever suits us best and get on with it.
When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child. ~Sophia Loren,Women and Beauty