This Love is Frever by Mavis Prall Cohen – Book Review

July 17, 2013

Divorce at any age is hard n a child.  Even as adult children.  However, can you imagine how a younger child feels?  They don’t know how to express their feelings.  They don’t know what questions to ask.  And worst of all? They feel that it is THEIR fault.  When my daughter asked, “Why are you […]

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Invisalign – Now and Then, a Rite of Passage of any Young Adult

June 5, 2013

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.  However, as always, all opinions are my own. Braces.  Most tweens/teens, when they hear this dreaded diagnosis, shudder.  You have metal brackets placed on your teeth, connected by metal connectors and have to go every so often to get them tightened every so often for a designated period of […]

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Social Media and Tragedies

May 21, 2013

It’s amazing how fast things happen!  The past couple of days have been hell for the Midwest.  Oklahoma was pounded with Tornadoes and an entire town obliterated.  News reports run rampant of the death toll from 2, to 4 to 25 to 100 people.  In reality, the Medical Examiner’s office said, as of early AM […]

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Mother’s Day. What to do on this special day?

May 10, 2013

Mother’s Day.  All about Mom?  Sometimes!  However, when you are spending it with your Little, you want to make sure they enjoy themselves too!  Here are some fun things to do that vary in price from free to pricey: – Picnic in the Park.  Pack your picnic basket and get going!  Take a blanket for […]

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Abercrombie & Fitch CEO said WHAT about “Fat People”?

May 7, 2013

Abercrombie & Fitch CEO is a prime example of why kids these days, don’t like themselves.  He issued a statement saying that he will not make XL or XXL size clothing for women because they are not part of the “cool group” at schools.  OMG.  Are you flipping kidding me???  Why in the world would […]

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Is it too Late in Life to Learn how to Play Poker?

May 6, 2013

Suggested Activities for Your Next Get-Together What single parents do in order to make ends meet is quite an impressive feat, and we all deserve a pat on the back for a job well done. In Spain alone, a study conducted by the University of Barcelona found that “increasing number of one parent families, mainly […]

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Minute Rice Meals to the Rescue!

March 13, 2013

So, as many of you know, I have been trying to lose weight and have been pretty successful!  In the past just under 2 months, I’ve lost 9 lbs!  (Insert insane cheering here!)  My meals have consistently been lower fat/calories and that of course includes Rice!  I love to eat Rice with Vegetables and Soy […]

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Lose It! Mobile App and Website Review

February 5, 2013

Recently I was asked to review the Lose It!  Mobile App on my iPhone and website.  As I am in the process of trying to lose my weight, I needed something that would keep me accountable.  The Lose It! app keeps track of your food and the exercise you do daily.  You tell it your […]

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3 Ways to Save Money Each Month

February 2, 2013

I am on a mission.  I am looking to save money, when and where I can.  Not only because as a single parent, I only have my income, but, since I was laid off last year, and found another job, I’ve taken a huge pay cut.  So, I am really being more conscientious about where […]

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My Shopping Trip to Rite Aid

January 8, 2013

Today was a great day at Rite Aid!  With all the specials they had and the coupons I had?  Here we go! Nivea Lip Care – 2/$5 – Coupon for $3 off of 2.  I bought 8 for $20 and had 4 coupons.  = $1 each Nivea Lotion – $5.99 x 2 = $11.98 – […]

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