Enter to win 12 month of Little Passports + Melissa and Doug Toys!

**The links in this post are affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link. Little Passports 12 Month Subscription Giveaway + Melissa and Doug Toys That's right! You can win a 12 month subscription to one of the best learning tools for your children, Little Passports. Enter now and you could have your own subscription by the end of the month as well as some of the hottest toys on the market from Melissa and Doug! This prize is valued … [Continue reading...]

How to Add & Sell a Pattern on Craftsy

This post contains affiliate links which means I will be compensated if you purchase after clicking these links. In addition to wonderful online courses and craft supplies, Craftsy also has an independent online pattern store that lets anyone upload and sell downloadable e-patterns with no fee! How do you add a pattern to Craftsy and start your pattern store? It’s easy! 1. Make sure you have a Paypal account. All pattern transactions happen through Paypal, and Craftsy requires that you … [Continue reading...]

d’Vida Pre-Made Smoothies Review

dvida smoothies

I’m a huge smoothie drinker (eater?). I find smoothies to be a great way to get my fruits and vegetables and have one almost every single day. The only downfall is trying to keep fresh fruits and vegetables in the house. Doing so requires me to make a grocery store trip twice a week. d’Vida […]

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#MothersDayGiftGuide Give the Gift of Oral Health with Toilettree’s Oral Irrigator

Oral Irrigator

If you read through my blog you’ll see that I am an oral health fanatic! I am obsessed with having perfectly clean and healthy teeth. I’m always up for trying something new to keep my teeth in better shape. Recently I was sent a new product to aid in my oral health; ToiletTree’s Professional Oral […]

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PeachSkinSheets.com with 1500 Thread Count Feel Review

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I’m a pretty simple girl and don’t really buy many luxury items. In fact, I usually stick to the most basic of everything. One of the only things that I really splurge on are sheets. I think they make such a difference in getting a good nights sleep, or not. I really cannot afford to […]

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One Step Gate from Baby’s Journey Review: A Toddler Must-Have!

one step gate

The idea of being able to gate off a portion of my home or from inside to outside is really appealing to me. I have a two year old that is creative in his escapes, mischievous and FAST! I can usually just about get one mess cleaned up before I realize he’s onto something else. […]

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HolyClothing Tia Corset Bodice Flared Hem Gypsy Boho Chiffon Sun Dress Review

holyclothing dress

Last weekend my husband and I attended a fundraising event and I need (wanted) something cute, yet unique to wear. Another requirement was that it had to fit good and also be comfortable. I had just received a dress for review from Holy Clothing and I knew it was the perfect dress as soon as […]

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PMD Personal Microderm Tool Review & Results

pmd microderm

One of my biggest complaints about my skin is that it looks dull and uneven. I scar very easily and am almost always left with a scar whenever I have a pimple. The way my skin scars is that it leaves a little dark patch that makes my skin-tone look uneven. It may not be […]

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A Natural Approach to Seasonal Suffering from Zarbee’s Naturals + Get a FREE Sample

seasonal relief project

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Zarbee’s Naturals. I received a promotional item and a product sample as a thank you for participating. Seasonal Congestion is a yearly thing at our house. I suffer from it myself and have just learned to accept that it will happen to me, […]

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Web Hosting and Cloud Storage

When looking into network solutions and viable web hosting options for your company, one thing to consider is the use of cloud storage systems to hold all of your data. You may not even think of it this way – after all, cloud computing is usually used to help businesses store important data on remote […]

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