Free Cents of Style “Thankful” Soft Tshirts With $25 Purchase

Life has really blessed me, so even when I am feeling down I try to be thankful for the things I have. I could definitely be worse off, so when I am feeling down I like to compare my troubles with the world, because there is always someone out there with worse problems. I truly think that being thankful is really important to living a healthy … [Read more...]

5 Tips for Vacationing in Indonesia

Traveling internationally can be scary but with the right tips and safety measures vacationing in Indonesia can be a great experience. Fortunately, the guys over at Traveloka have some great tips for an enjoyable vacation that is full of Indonesian charm while staying safe. For the best hotel try hotel borobudur jakarta and use the Traveloka site … [Read more...]

Vesttech Anti-Radiation Shields for Laptops, Cellphones and Microwaves

We are trying something a little different this week from Vesttech Anti-Radiation Shields for headphones, microwave, and laptops! Tested & approved up to 98% less radiation exposure when wearing these nifty headphones. Up to 92% less radiation exposure with laptop radiation shield, and up to 78% less radiation exposure when using the … [Read more...]

Get More Restful Sleep With GhostBed Mattress & Foundation

Emily's Frugal Tips recently partnered with GhostBed to try out their new GhostBed mattress and foundation. My daughter had been sleeping on an old worn down pillow top mattress that was handed down to her from a family member for quite some time. We knew it was time to replace it when she started getting back aches. Luckily we found GhostBed and … [Read more...]

How to Prevent Holiday Blues With iPrevail

The holidays are coming at us fast and I can already feel the stress building up. I don't want the next few months to be full of mom guilt as I try to juggle the holidays and keep my house organized. So I am taking steps now to make sure the relationships that matter most to me are priority. I want to make sure that myself, family and my close … [Read more...]

Moana Disney Princess Coloring Sheets

With Moana coming out in theaters November 23rd it's a great time to get your kiddos excited about the movie. These FREE Moana Disney Princess coloring sheets and activity sheets can be printed out for your convenience. Moana Coloring Page Moana Coloring Page 2 Moana Coloring Page 3 Moana Group Coloring Sheet Moana Group 2 Coloring … [Read more...]

ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY in Theaters Dec 16th

I am pretty excited for this one. Are you a Star Wars fan? I know right, who isn't? From Lucasfilm comes the first of the Star Wars standalone films, ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY, an all-new epic adventure. In a time of conflict, a group of unlikely heroes band together on a mission to steal the plans to the Death Star, the Empire’s ultimate weapon … [Read more...]

6 Things to Think About When Your Teen Gets a Job

This is part 1 of a series for parents of teens landing their first job. Each week I will release a new blog post topic on first jobs for teens. If there is a topic you would like me to cover just leave a comment in the comment box. I always check those! When teens turn 15, in most states they are legally allowed to work. This is new … [Read more...]

My Pancakes Taste Different Today Blog Tour & Giveaway

I have always had a love for children's books, and my kids had every children's book they asked for because for me reading was most important. I would rather my kids be reading a good book than playing a video game or watching television. My Pancakes Tate Different Today! Authored by Wood and Bruce Galpert is a wonderful story about a boy in love … [Read more...]

How to Prevent Fish Smell in the House with Hefty

If you have been following my blog since the beginning then you know my husband likes to go fishing a lot. With the wonderful fish he brings home comes a deep, nasty stank that is hard to contain without the right kitchen trash bag. Believe me, I have tried MANY brands and have found that most leak and do not contain smells very well. The worst … [Read more...]

Enter to Win a Kitchenaid Stand Mixer

I use my Kitchenaid Stand Mixer weekly. It is one of my most used kitchen appliances, and has been since the day I brought it home. Back when I bought it almost 6 years ago I got it on sale for around $180. When I bought it I wasn't to keen on the price but once I realized how great it was I knew my splurge was well worth it. Every year I make … [Read more...]

Friskies Pull N Play – Cat Toys Indoor Cats Love #MostPlayfulCat

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Purina®. The opinions and text are all mine. This post is sponsored by Friskies® and the BlogPaws® Pet Influencer Network™. I am being compensated to help create awareness about Friskies® Pull N Play available at PetSmart® but we only share information we feel is relevant … [Read more...]

STAPLES Launches Cosmic Black Floral Collection – Cynthia Rowley

Teens entering college this year can choose from a wide selection of Cynthia Rowley school and office supplies at STAPLES that will personalize their college style. Cynthia Rowley has created everything from notebooks, pens, and organizers to day planners in stylish patterns. Her new Cosmic Black Floral Collection is by far our favorite so … [Read more...]

How to Choose the Right Dog Breed

The dogs featured in this post are my own boys, and I certainly consider them to be my children but I didn't always feel that way. We had some rough patches, quite literally. See my caption in the 3rd photo to see what I mean. My Dog breed selector tips will help you avoid the mistakes that many new dog owners make. Owning a dog can be a … [Read more...]

What Parents Should Expect The First Year of High School

High School is a spooky time for our kids and it can be a trying experience for us parents as well. Our babies are headed off to that big, scary school and going to be mingling with a bunch of...well...basically, young adults. The new factor aside, high school is full of changes and challenges for our kids. It can seem overwhelming at times because … [Read more...]

Albertsons & Hunger Is – to Increase Breakfast Programs for School Children

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons Company Foundation. The opinions and text are all mine. 1 in 5 K-8th grade teachers says they have personally had students come to class hungry. It is an epidemic in America, something completely avoidable yet its happening all over our country. Albertsons Hunger … [Read more...]