Monthly archives: January, 2016

Take Time to be a Dad Today

visit www.fatherhood.gov and http://www.adcouncil.org/ to learn more about the fatherhood movement.

My Dad was a huge influence on my life when I was younger. We didn’t agree most of the time, and we rarely saw things eye to eye, but he set an amazing example for me to follow. He’s one of the hardest working people I know, and I like to think that I got …

ContamiNation Book Review

ContamiNation Book Review

I’ve been interested in living a healthier lifestyle for quite a while now and have slowly been making changes to my life to eat and live healthier. As consumers, we have control over what we buy and use in our homes, and that’s a great place to start. When I was offered the chance to …

How to Eliminate Toy Clutter With These Easy Tips

How to Eliminate Toy Clutter With These Easy Tips

If you’ve ever walked through a toy room, carefully stepping over LEGO pieces, Hotwheel cars and doll clothes, you’ve asked yourself at least once how to eliminate toy clutter. We all want the kids to be entertained, but their toy collection can become overwhelming if we’re not careful. This post has been sponsored and contains …

Whiskers and Paws DVD Review

Whiskers and Paws DVD Review

I hope this Whiskers and Paws DVD Review will encourage you to share this adorable children’s program with your child. Fans of Nick Jr. will be thrilled to watch Whiskers and Paws which includes six episodes all about animals. A product was provided for this review and an affiliate link may be included. Whiskers and …

A True Pessimist by Alan Chains Book Review

A True Pessimist by Alan Chains

This weekend has been super busy but I wanted to take a quick break and relax with something lighthearted and easy to read. I love reading short stories because I can start and finish them while I’m enjoying a cup of coffee. A True Pessimist by Alan Chains was the perfect short story. This post …

The Best Dystopian Love Stories to Curl Up With

The Best Dystopian Love Stories to Curl Up With

One of my favorite genres of books is dystopian fiction. I love reading about what might happen in the future if things fall apart or a catastrophe happens. Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, I’ve been searching for the best dystopian love stories to read. The Best Dystopian Love Stories to Curl Up …

Debt by Rachel Dunning

DEBT by Rachel Dunning

99c Pre-Order Sale Over 400 Pages Standalone Novel New-Adult Romance / Sports Romance DEBT By Rachel Dunning Expected Release Date: March 2016 The Debt Collector I pay my debts, and I expect others to. I was raised in the slums of London, I knew nothing of privilege. My father was murdered when I was seventeen. …

The Plans I Have For You Book Review & Giveaway

The Plans I Have For You Book Review

Journaling can help adults and children think creatively, figure out their goals and dream about their future. When I’m stressed or can’t organize my thoughts, I often turn to journaling as a way to gain focus. As I read the Bible, I often jot down notes or questions in my journal to give me things …

The Newsmakers by Lis Wiehl

The Newsmakers by Lis Wiehl

It’s been too long since I’ve had time to spend an afternoon on the couch with a good book. Now that the Christmas rush is over, I decided to spend a few hours with The Newsmakers by Lis Wiehl and I’m so glad I did. A book was provided for review, but the story is …

Human Body Factivity Kit Book Review

Human Body Factivity Kit Book

I love it when learning is fun. Learning can either be seen as a chore or a joy and how you approach it with your child can influence how much they enjoy or don’t enjoy learning in the future. Thankfully, there are a number of excellent books and learning activities that you can do with …