A selection of original ideas for retailers

Everyday shopping after a long day at work is a mundane, mundane task that some are also afraid of. The endless search for the right product in a huge supermarket, obsessive consultants, long lines, ingenious marketing campaigns – all this tiresome and forces customers to perform many useless actions, which naturally affects store sales.

However, some stores have found ways to not only solve most of the problems, but also make shopping more fun. These ingenious ideas are found in various supermarkets and stores around the world.

What ideas would you like to implement in your business or local supermarkets? Let us know in the comments!

What to refuse to post:

If you want to give up fasting, start with these 10 ideas for what to give up on Lent. I’ve also added some ideas on what you can ADD or DO during Lent to improve yourself and help others.

1. Don’t buy anything that you DO NOT NEED.

If you can live without it, you don’t need it. Throw on Lent. Put the money you would have spent in the bank. You will be surprised at how quickly you accumulate your savings.

I even wrote a book on how to save money (seeing how much we can save made us do it so quickly all year round. This is how we saved up enough money for me to quit teaching and stay at home, Mom).

Tip: Once you see how much you’ve saved in 40 days, divide them into two groups: save and donate. Don’t waste it. You’ve worked too hard!

Oh, if you want to try and earn more during the loan, you can even try to make more money (and donate some of it) through this work from home.

2- Throw away 40 items within 40 days

Every day you go around the house and collect 40 things to give or throw away … every day until the end of Lent (Try donating because you are helping others). Print these 40 items on 40 day cards to help you on your daily journey.

3-40 days home organization

Take it one step further this year. I have a course that’s perfect for Lent! This is a course that offers a daily cleaning and coughing guide with videos (and house tours). This will last you until Lent.

You can complete 40 assignments or follow this program and just work during Lent. For me, this is a way to release what is holding me back … material things.


Donate unused or unwanted items after you clean and arrange your home.

If you want to involve children, use these SWAP CHORES FOR SCREENTIME cards for 40 days (by the last day you won’t even need them anymore, because your children will have a habit of helping.

It happens to everyone who uses them … After a few weeks, I always get an email informing me that these cards have changed their children’s work habits so much that they don’t even need to use them anymore, and the kids are helping more than ever.)

4- No gossip.

Give up gossip for Lent. This means you cannot gossip. No one!

If someone says something negative about another person, either say something nice or don’t say anything at all. You might think it would be SO easy, but when you can’t say anything bad about anyone else, you unfortunately understand how often it happens.

I say, “Wow. The store clerk was really rude today. ”Or“ I’d like Mickey (my husband) to bathe the boys before I get back from the store. ” or even “Wow, these kids are very noisy around this table when, while we’re not eating … I wonder if their mom will tell them to be a little quieter at dinner?”
Simple things like this make the task really difficult … and really important. This is similar to # 10, which you will see in a minute.

5. Exercise daily to take care of the body God has given you.

Spend this time focusing on caring for the body that God has given you, and do some exercise every day during Lent. You can go for a walk, go to the gym, or even work out at home.

Bible verses reminding you that you and your body are important: Corinthians 6: 19-20 “Or do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit within you, which you have from God? ? You are not yours, because you were bought at a high price. So glorify God in your body. ” Corinthians 6: 19-20

John 1: 2
“Beloved! I pray that you are doing well and that you are healthy, as it goes well with your soul.

6- Don’t eat after lunch

It’s hard for me, so I really think about Lent, because I can only catch a glimpse of how Jesus fought when he was hungry.

I eat most of my snacks in the evening when I watch TV with my husband. This year, I plan to allow myself to eat one bowl of yonan every night, as it’s just frozen fruit. (Trust me, with my ice cream cravings, this is a small sacrifice in and of itself. Ha ha.)

7- Refuse soda for fasting

This is a simple and not quite ready-made option, but this is my struggle, so I had to turn it on. I have one dietary cocaine a day that is not Lent, so this is my sacrifice. It’s harder than most people think, because it’s my habit and routine (I just stop on my way from kindergarten to McDonald’s and grab a Diet Coke … every day).

Luckily I have a soda stream and it helps me get through the first week or two (I use flavored drink mixes with water).
The rest is easy.

8. Say 3 nice things to your spouse and kids every day.

You might think this is easy, but try to say things other than the usual “Thank you,” “You look good,” or “Okay. Work “. Try 3 non-standard things during Lent this year.

Say, “I love the way you always help the kids,” or “I love the way you work hard on your homework, even if it’s difficult today. You are a hard worker. ” Try to say this important word to your children. Remember … your words become their inner voice.

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