Mail By Maggie, PlaneAire, + Haute Sweet Home

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Back by popular demand, this week’s Thursday 3 is here to make your life easier {or at least prettier}. Whether you’re a business owner looking for a way to keep in touch with your clients, or a homeowner trying to spruce up a space, there’s something for everyone on this little list roundup. Check out these three local businesses to support this week via our top picks:

Mail By Maggie

Growing a small business can be difficult, even more so when trying to maintain a close relationship with your customers. Mail By Maggie acts as a middle man to foster a one-on-one relationship between businesses and clients through handwritten thank you cards. For brick-and-mortar stores and online shops alike, Mail By Maggie tells clientele how much you appreciate their business — without taking time away from the work day. Notes for in-store purchase are also available to give your customers a smile every time they buy. Get out of the inbox and into the mailbox with these unique note cards.


If you’ve ever come home from the most Insta-worthy vacation only to get terribly ill, you need PlaneAire. Combat the airport germs with this organic germ-fighting spray — no harmful chemicals or alcohol necessary. The TSA-approved size bottle fits perfectly in the tiniest of carry-ons. Toss the spray into your day bag to spray down that handrail on the PATH or the public lockers at the gym. Wherever you go, PlaneAire is there to keep you healthy. PS: If you’re coming to our Hoboken Wellness Crawl and have purchased a VIP ticket, get excited as the VIP bags will each have a PlaneAire inside.

Haute Sweet Home

Accent your apartment with a handmade macrame wall hanging for a more boho-chic vibe. The Etsy shop created by a Jersey City local features a number of unique pieces, including hanging wreaths, coasters, and table centerpieces. Color lovers may prefer a plant painting, but pretty much anything in this adorable online shop will spice up your space.

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The Louisiana native started at NYU in 2016 and is currently working on her degree in Media and Communication. She is making her way through the Mile Square neighborhood, one coffee shop at a time. When she isn’t writing or getting her caffeine fix, Alyssa enjoys trying out new dessert recipes (especially if there’s chocolate in it) or attending a midnight showing of the newest blockbusters. On a typical Saturday night, you can usually find Alyssa either at a concert or watching Netflix’s newest binge-worthy TV series.