Oh, how I love Christmas! From the music to the movies to the spirit of giving, I love it all! Since having my girls, I find I enjoy it even more. It’s fun watching my girls’ eyes light up as they see all the lights and decorations. Or when Santa comes on TV, how they stop and stare, then my oldest talks nonstop about him and how she’s a very good girl (well, that’s questionable). I adore Christmas so much that I watch all the cheesy Christmas movies found on ABC Family, Hallmark, and Lifetime. Watching the new ones bring
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
As hard as it is for me to believe and as much as I try to deny it is true, I graduated from high school nearly 25 years ago. It will be 25 years on June 8. Yikes! If you do your math, that means I graduated in 1989. Yep, I’m a product of the 80s. I was a teen; enjoying all the music, MTV when it actually showed nonstop music videos, and even the movies and TV shows of the time. I struggled as most teens do with the desire to fit in. Nothing has changed much, I don’t think,