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Our Visit to the Crayola Experience in Easton, PA

Disclosure: I received complimentary tickets to the Crayola Experience for me and my family.  My opinions are my own and I was not paid or required to write this review. As some of my readers know, I’m from the East Coast, Pennsylvania to be exact, and all of my family still resides there, so we […]

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Calling All Families with Food Allergies! Your Help is Needed!

This is a quick request as I am I’m doing some market research and need more families with food allergies to complete a short survey about a new business that is in the early stages of development.  Those that complete the survey and leave a valid email address at the end will be entered to […]

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9 Ways to be a Killer Sports Parent by Sonya North

9 Ways to be a Killer Sports Parent by Sonya North With spring sports almost in full swing, and being a “sports mom” for almost a decade now, I’ve had a lot of time to sit on the sidelines, observe, and learn from the behavior of other parents.  Here are 9 ways that I think […]

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Gluten-Free Kid Friendly Shepard’s Pie by Talin Anderson

It can be so hard sometimes to find foods that your kids will like and eat. I have two super picky boys who start complaining as soon as I tell them it’s time for dinner. Dinner time can be such an ordeal too. Some recipes have crazy extravagant ingredients which are ok sometimes but when […]

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#VoicesBehindAutism Campaign | A LOUD Autism Awareness Campaign by Dr. “Ali” Alisha Griffith

Today I am honored that we have a guest post by Dr. “Ali” Alisha Griffith who is the force behind the campaign “#VoicesBehindAutism”. This campaign showcases different ways that Autism has touched ones lives.  To learn more about the campaign Ali has done a short Q&A below and you can also find the campaign video on […]

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Green Living, What Defines Crunchy, Kombucha and Oils by Jenna Guthrie

Green Living, What Defines Crunchy, Kombucha and Oils by Jenna Guthrie So you started buying a few organic produce items and drinking kombucha and now you’re hooked. You want to be a 21st century hippie right? Me too. Green products: This is really where my journey began, I became awoke to the fact that labels […]

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Finding Balance and Making Time for Yourself | ‘The Empowered Mama’ by Lisa Druxman

Disclosure: I received this book for free from Lisa Druxman.  My opinions are my own and I was not paid or required to write this review. Spring is upon us and with Spring many think about a time for new beginnings, as do I.  With the flowers blooming, days getting longer, berry season soon upon us, […]

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35 Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for Kids from Baby to Big Kid

Easter is upon us this Sunday, April 1st!  Eeek!  If you’re like me, Easter really came up fast this year and I’m not as prepared like I have been in years past. Growing up we had many family traditions around Easter including a visit from the Easter bunny who brought baskets with candy and chocolates […]

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Let Your Space Bloom with Spring Cleaning & Organizing Ideas from Amy Bloomer

Professional Organizer Amy Bloomer gives her 3 favorite organizing tips for the Spring using the acronym:  S.U.D. – can you guess what the S, U and D stand for?  Find out more below in this guest blog post by Amy.  Thank you to Amy for sharing her ideas with us – time to get clean and organized […]

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Kind is Cool – Random Acts of Kindness Day

Disclosure: I received some of these products for free from Oriental Trading. My opinions are my own and I was not paid or required to write this post. National Random Acts of Kindness Day is celebrated this Saturday, February 17th and has grown in popularity each year.  It is celebrated by individuals, groups and organizations nationwide to […]

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