Disclosure: I am doing this review in exchange for a one-year subscription of the KidloLand Nursery Rhymes App. I love being honest about all my reviews so all opinions really are my own! I’m a failure. I can put up beautiful pictures of my kids on Facebook and show happy moments, but it hides the truth. I suck! Well, more specifically, I suck at potty training my children. It all started when I tried to potty train my oldest, Ginny. She was two and therefore ready to start learning how to use the potty, or so I thought. Ginny did
A few months ago, StickerKid approached me. They wanted to partner with me. They asked if I would test their product and become an affiliate. When I took a look at who they were, I fell in love with their product. Since the product would be more timely to review in September, I held off. Of course, in early September, we sold our house and the move became a priority. Unfortunately, I forgot about the review I needed to do. And, I’ll be honest, I feel awful about it. StickerKid deserves more. StickerKid makes personalized name labels in stickers and iron-on labels.
This review is part III in a 3-part series. If you would like to read the first two parts of the review, follow the links below: Skin Experiment: Rodan + Fields Review Part I 30 Days Later: Rodan + Fields Review Part I Sixty days ago, I started an experiment of sorts. Amy Hogue, a consultant for Rodan + Fields and my sister, asked me to review the skin care line for my blog. I was reticent at first for a few reasons; the main one being that if it didn’t go well, I didn’t want to upset Amy. You
I’m an optimist, realist, and a skeptic. Whenever I see people claiming that a product can do miracles, I tend not to believe them. Why? If it sounds too good to be true, it often is. When my sister, Amy, asked me to do a review of Rodan + Fields skin care line, I was hesitant (as I mentioned in Part I). I made sure to tell her I would be honest with my opinions. She said she knew that and understood. Here I am 30 days later with some results. I undertook this skin care experiment to see if