Smart Art: Subscription Box Review #6

Disclaimer: The Smart Art box below was kindly gifted to me in exchange for an honest review. As I was researching subscription boxes I came across the Smart Art Box and loved it! With a Smart Art Box subscription you can enjoy a new project and experimenting with new mediums each month, delivered directly to … Continue reading Smart Art: Subscription Box Review #6

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The Zenspiraton Box: Subscription Box Review #5

As I was researching subscription boxes, the description of The Zenspiration Box caught my eye and immediately sparked my interest. Founded by April Cacciatori, LMT, BMC, this box for women is designed to help coach and inspire personal growth, practice gratitude, and promote emotional and physical well-being, and empowerment. Your monthly box will feature 5-7 … Continue reading The Zenspiraton Box: Subscription Box Review #5

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Book Review: Baby Sleep Solutions- Plus a Giveaway!

I am excited to let you know that Katrina Villegas has kindly provided me with an extra copy of her fabulous new book Baby Sleep Solutions: Exhausted? How to Get Your Baby Sleeping Through the Night in 6 Easy Steps to giveaway to one of my readers! My kids have never been good sleepers. My … Continue reading Book Review: Baby Sleep Solutions- Plus a Giveaway!

Aila Matcha Energy: Subscription Review #4

Disclaimer: I kindly received samples of Aila products in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed below are my own. I am a coffee addict. My bio says so, my husband would probably say so, my coworkers would probably say so, and Starbucks would probably say so. It didn't use to be this way … Continue reading Aila Matcha Energy: Subscription Review #4

Bullymake Box: Subscription Review #3

BULLYMAKE is a subscription company that will deliver a box to your home each month with treats and toys. Over 100,000+ dogs and their owners receive BULLYMAKE boxes.

Quote Jar Curator: Subscription Review # 2

Disclaimer: The subscription box I received from Quote Jar Curator was gifted to me in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed in my post are mine only. The premise behind Quote Jar Curator is simple. You find a jar and fill it with quotes that will inspire you, comfort you, and ground you. … Continue reading Quote Jar Curator: Subscription Review # 2

New Series! Subscriptions: The Gift That Keeps on Giving – P.S. You're the Best

Disclaimer: The subscription box I received from P.S. You're the Best was gifted to me in exchange for an honest opinion. The opinions expressed in my post are those of me and my family only Subscriptions have long been a favorite gift of mine to give and to receive. As a kid, I would receive … Continue reading New Series! Subscriptions: The Gift That Keeps on Giving – P.S. You're the Best

Book Reviews: Peppa Pig and the Christmas Play, Maisy’s Christmas Party, and Little Robin’s Christmas

Disclaimer: These review copies were generously gifted to us from Candlewick Press. All opinions and views below are mine and those of my family. Christmas season is soon approaching! My children are excited, and frankly, I am too! In preparation for Christmas we have been reading their favorite Christmas-themed picture books each evening before bedtime. … Continue reading Book Reviews: Peppa Pig and the Christmas Play, Maisy’s Christmas Party, and Little Robin’s Christmas

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Cubby the Curious Bear: A Review

Disclaimer: Hasbro sent this product to me for free. Thank you, Hasbro for giving me this furReal product. I had never heard about Cubby the Curious Bear or FurReal toys until lately. Our household rarely watches television- we use streaming services for most of our viewing entertainment. When we aren't using streaming it is usually … Continue reading Cubby the Curious Bear: A Review

Book Review: The Thing Lou Couldn’t Do and The Most Magnificent Thing

This book review is going to be a little different than my norm. Today I have two children's picture books, The Thing Lou Couldn't Do and The Most Magnificent Thing, both written by Canadian author Ashley Spires.My children and I first read The Thing Lou Couldn't Do. I enjoyed this picture book because even though … Continue reading Book Review: The Thing Lou Couldn’t Do and The Most Magnificent Thing