5 Tips for Keeping Your Valuables Safe at School and Work

5 Tips for Keeping Your Valuables Safe at School or Work

Most schools seem to have started in the past week or so around here, and I know there are a few that will be starting this week.  Have your children headed back to school, yet?  Have you thought about ways to keep your child’s valuables safe?  With so many things going on, it’s hard for kids to keep an eye on their things all the time. Keeping things safe is not just a problem in school; it is also a {Read More}

Frozen Inspired Halloween Pumpkin

Frozen Halloween Pumpkin

Are you a fan of all things Frozen? You need to give this Frozen inspired Halloween pumpkin a try. This Frozen inspired Halloween pumpkin is the perfect way to bring your love of Frozen into the holidays in a way that is not only frugal, but fun! Take a peek below at how we crafted our own in just minutes, and how you can too. Here is what you will need: Real or faux white pumpkin (if you can’t find {Read More}

Writing Tips for Middle School Students

Writing Tips for Middle School Students

Do you have a child that’s in middle school? If so, your child will learn a lot of new skills that they will need as they finish school and move on to college. Writing is one of these important skills. Because writing is so important to your child’s education, you need to help your middle school student improve those skills. Here are a few tips you can use to help your middle school child with writing. Practice, Practice, Practice One {Read More}

Enter to Win Your Own Copy of Mean Girl Makeover: So Not Okay

So Not Okay

My daughter wrote a review of this book for her first post on the blog!  She really enjoyed reading the book, and the book has a really good message that bullying is So Not Okay!   We are giving away a copy of this book courtesy of Family Christian - who sponsored the review.  Would you like to enter?  Read the rules below and enter on the Rafflecopter widget below!  Good luck! Rules:  Giveaway starts at 10:00 am EDT on August {Read More}

Mean Girl Makeover: So Not Okay Review

Reading So Not Okay

I received a free copy of this book for the purpose of this review.  I love to read!  You can find me reading almost anytime and I’m always looking for cool new books.  Lately, I was given So Not Okay, the first book in the Mean Girl Makeover series, for review.    Here’s the official summary for So Not Okay: Tori Taylor is a quiet sixth grader at Gold County Middle School in Grass County, California, and she knows to stay {Read More}

Win 1 of 3 $50 Visa Gift Cards from NationalTravelDeals.com

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Honestly, I have a love/hate relationship with renting cars. It’s always exciting to drive a new car, but I still like to have my familiar car to drive. Usually when you rent a car – it’s because you are on vacation. You need a vehicle to get you to all the fun places you want to visit. Or maybe you need to rent a car because of the high cost of airline tickets because it can be much more affordable {Read More}

Our Experience with Hersheypark’s Accessibility Program

Hershey Park

Have you grabbed your cup of coffee (or in this case, hot chocolate)?  Let’s talk about Hersheypark and their accessibility program!  I’m sure that many of you have read about or maybe even experienced the new accessibility program at a certain (non-Hershey) major theme park.  I’ll be the first to admit that the original program was abused by some people, and a few of those people made national headlines over their actions.  However, the resulting program became a “one size {Read More}

Brave Souls from Dolphin Tale 2


Did you see Dolphin Tale, the movie about Winter, the dolphin that lost its tail?  It was a heartwarming true story about the relationship between a young boy and Winter and how the dolphin received a prosthetic tail.  Winter returns in Dolphin Tale 2 as the team that took care of Winter in the original movie try to find a new companion for Winter.  There are some original songs in this movie, and Cozi Zuehlsdorff’s new video for her song {Read More}