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    Personalized Invitations by Basic Invite #Sponsored

    Personalized Invitations by Basic Invites are amazingly beautiful! Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.  All thoughts are my own and no others.  Compensation has been made.  There are NO affiliate links in this post.  This post is now in the guidelines of the FTC. Weather you’re celebrating a wedding, birth, birthday or any other holiday, Basic Invite has every type of invitation you can possibly think of.  While I was going through their site, I realized that they have just about any color that you can think of for creating your own personalized invitations or announcements.  That doesn’t include the many different color of envelopes that they have to choose…

  • Conversation,  Health,  Parenting,  Savings

    How to clean a top load washing machine

    How to Clean a Top Load Washing Machine Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post.  All thoughts are my own and not other.  There are no affiliate links included in this post. Most people don’t think that a top load washing machine needs to be washed because it’s a machine that cleans your clothes. So, wouldn’t the inside of it be clean too? Well, the truth is that mold and mildew can still build up inside of a washing machine after it has been used repeatedly over many months. If you let this continue to build up in your washing machine, then it could get on your clothes and possibly cause…

  • Beauty,  Conversation,  Fashion,  Health,  Parenting,  Savings,  Shopping,  Updates

    New Year’s makeover and hopefully a new me

    Starting out 2018 with a New Year’s makeover Disclosure:  This post contains affiliate links.  There is no cost to you.  The links are just to help maintain our blog.  All thoughts and this story are my own from my own experience.   We all know that choosing the right outfits for any occasion is well… very difficult and sometimes pricey.  Not to mention that when we have children, some of us women let ourselves go and then we just don’t care until you realize it.  I’m really wanting to do the whole “New Year’s makeover” thing.  It’s always someone pointing out that your clothes are not as they use to be. …

  • Beauty,  Children,  Fashion,  Food,  Health,  Kitchen,  Parenting,  Savings,  Shopping

    jClub savings online ~ Saving on your shopping

    jClub savings online with a 30 day return and free shipping Disclosure:  This post contains affiliate links.  These links help to support our blog and keep the awesome posts coming to you.  All thoughts are our own and no others. Even with Christmas / Yule being tomorrow on the 25th US and 24th in Sweden (where my daughter is), we’re all wanting to know where to spend those gift cards that we’re given for our special holiday.  I know my teens are!  We’re especially looking for the savings online! jClub has all sorts of wonderful offers and savings.  Their products are even widely spread to different categories.  Considering the time…

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    The Sock Panda gives back! #Sponsored

    The Sock Panda gives back! This is a sponsored post.  All thoughts are my own and no other.  The only compensation: 3 pairs of awesome socks.  This post also may contain affiliate links. There is a really wonderful company that gives back to those that are less fortunate.  For every sale, they donate a pair of socks, or more, to those that are needing socks.  Sometimes, The Sock Panda will give socks to the homeless, schools for children, nursing homes and other wonderful much needing places. Personally, my favorite thing about the company is that they are doing the “Give Back” for every sale that they make.  Warming feet is…

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    All About Challenge Coins

    All about Challenge coins This is not a sponsored post. It is a really rare situation where there is a product that has so much sentimental and emotional value, while at the same time so enticing like challenge coins today. Being constantly on the move and living my life in a military marriage for more than 15 years now, I was introduced dozens of times to the people who were presented with a challenge coin for a number of reasons. I’m aware of the significance having one of those has to them. So what makes these things so special and why are challenge coins rising in popularity lately? For the…

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    Great 2017 Holiday Gift Ideas (Part 1)

    Holiday Gift Ideas for the 2017 holidays (Part 1) Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post.  There may be affiliate links included.  All thoughts are my own. With having so many children to buy for, it’s so difficult for us to choose exactly what we should be aiming for.  Their likes, dislikes, foods and EVERYTHING changes.  So, for my children, every year we end up making a list of holiday gift ideas just for us to keep track of what to buy and not to buy.  Some years it’s where one that liked it, no longer likes it but one of the next in line become fond of.  It’s so…

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    Is your bathroom really clean? Here are some bathroom cleaning tips

    Bathroom cleaning tips Why is it that we often overlook our bathtub when cleaning up the bathroom? Perhaps, many homeowners assume that merely rinsing out the tub after using it is enough to keep it clean. Well, think again! While everything may (or may not) look fine and dandy on the surface, a microscopic inspection will reveal bacteria and germs spread across the tub you so enjoying soaking in on a daily basis! Of course, sometimes mold buildup and stains are easily visible to the naked eye; that’s when most homeowners decide to give their tub a scrubbing. Huy Hoang, founder at Simply Maid, a Melbourne cleaning agency says “The…

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    Magnetic building blocks that are great for autistic children

    Geomatrix magnetic building blocks Here lately, I just found out that my son is ADHD and Autistic.  It’s not a good combination.  We’ve known for a while that something has been wrong.  Everyone kept telling us that he was Autistic.  But think, as a parent, that is not something that you want to admit to or to hear.  No one wants to admit that something is wrong with their child.  So, the therapist that we took him to to find out what is wrong due to how many times he’d been in trouble within the first two weeks of school told us to, “find something that will keep his mind…

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