Ancient Nutrition (Collagen + Probiotics) GIVEAWAY

Collagen, a buzz word everyone is talking about.  One of the secrets to good nutrition is using ancient remedies that have worked for hundreds of years.

With so many collagen supplements vying for attention, it is imperative for knowing which product will give your body the extra support it needs.  And thanks to Ancient Nutrition for sponsoring this Multi Collagen Protein Strawberry Lemonade + Probiotics GIVEAWAY to one lucky reader! Continue reading

Starting A Kid’s Business Week 14

It is NEVER too early for teaching kids financial responsibility.  With being such an important life skill, it ABSOLUTELY needs to be a part of their maturing years.  And thanks to The Kingdom Code, which has made it possible for my 12-year-old to begin his own business using The Complete Starter Kit

Follow Z’s journey each week as he embarks on learning all the ins-and-outs, as well as the components necessary for successfully developing his business. Continue reading

Raising Strong Girls

In a world of fierce competition, a girl needs to know who she is.  Everyday voices  tell her who she is not, and measuring up to a false expectation is truth.  Yet, deep within she needs to know the power of her inner strength, and SHINE without hesitation.  Because the world needs more strong girls who raise their voices against injustice, using their strength to fight for humanity instead of being ‘mainstreamed.’

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Horses In History Books (Review)

A story blended with historical fiction gives any reader a wonderful immersion into a time gone by, while enjoying a creative idea.  It is a chance to understand a different historical perspective often overlooked.  Mattie Richardson’s Horses in History Series written by Author Mattie Richardson/Appaloosy Books are lively reads from a horse’s viewpoint, and provide a supplemental resource for those studying American History.      
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Starting A Kid’s Business Week 13

It is NEVER too early for teaching kids financial responsibility.  With being such an important life skill, it ABSOLUTELY needs to be a part of their maturing years.  And thanks to The Kingdom Code, which has made it possible for my 12-year-old to begin his own business using The Complete Starter Kit

Follow Z’s journey each week as he embarks on learning all the ins-and-outs, as well as the components necessary for successfully developing his business. Continue reading

CrossTimber (Review)

What is a name?  A name defines who you are, making you, UNIQUELY YOU!  Children especially need to know their name has significance.  When a child grows up rooted in an identity of a chosen name it is lived out with purpose.  And Your Amazing Name – Personalized Adventures for EVERY name! created by CrossTimber – Name Meaning Gifts is a wonderful way to present that gift.
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Kids And Constipation

POOP, A Topic Worth Talking About…..Why?  Awareness brings change and the affect of change is good especially for those suffering from constipation.  A recent pediatrician visit my child was asked if their bowels were regular on a daily basis.  Staring blankly, uncertain as how to respond she shook her head no.  This caused me to question how I had missed such an important part of everyday life.  And we have ‘poop charts’ in our bathrooms too (more on this later)!

In all fairness, she is not a baby anymore, so monitoring her bathroom habits is to me lack of privacy.  Yet, when I explored this topic further I realized we had a constipation issue needing attention right away!        Continue reading

Goldtown Beginnings Chapter Books (Review)

Reading together is an important way to spark a child’s interest in literacy.  As they engage in independent reading or have them read aloud they begin to understand the power of imagination, creativity, as well as escaping to another reality.  And Kregel Publications has a delightful new series Goldtown Beginnings, Jem Strikes Gold and Jem’s Frog Fiasco.

This series is perfect for emerging readers to apply literacy skills and practice fluency without feeling overwhelmed.  Susan K. Marlow, author, has a fantastic way of connecting history and fiction for sheer amusement.  Be sure to add these two books to your child’s growing collection of novels!  Continue reading

Starting A Kid’s Business Week 12

It is NEVER too early for teaching kids financial responsibility.  With being such an important life skill, it ABSOLUTELY needs to be a part of their maturing years.  And thanks to The Kingdom Code, which has made it possible for my 12-year-old to begin his own business using The Complete Starter Kit

Follow Z’s journey each week as he embarks on learning all the ins-and-outs, as well as the components necessary for successfully developing his business. Continue reading