Top Reasons To Choose Vinyl Wall Art Stickers

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    Beautify rooms with affordable vinyl wall decals Decorating rooms has always been my passion. I love to decorate and add some fantastic focal wall art stickers to my living space. Unfortunately my interior tastes will often change, so I am hesitant to spend much money on wallpaper or paint. It seems that I am not the only person looking for alternative … [Read more...]

The Young Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting and Running a Business Review

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    The Young Entrepreneur's Guide to Starting and Running a Business is an information guide that is extremely useful to those that are interested in operating their own company, but have no idea how to get started.  With topics ranging from choosing an opportunity to create a business and understanding the lingo to raising money and writing a business plan, … [Read more...]

Younique Giveaway

Younique Giveaway Sponsored by Vicki's Younique Hosted by Deals of Sweetness Co-Hosted by Pea of Sweetness Younique’s simple three-step process combines Transplanting Gel and Natural Fibers to help create the appearance of incredible thickness and volume to your existing lashes. Watch as your lashes transform into something you have only dreamed of! The 3D Fiber Lashes … [Read more...]

BabyLuxe Jersey Knit Sheet for Portable Crib/Pack’N Play Review


We have a Pack'N Play made by Graco.  We routinely use the pack'n play for our baby/now toddler on road trips as a makeshift bed.  We have tried several different sheets and washable pads at the bottom of the pack'n play to keep her comfortable, but they often shift, bunch, and her limbs quickly become entangled.  This creates multiple wake ups through the night.  Our newest … [Read more...]

Entertaining Fantasy Book Series by M.E. Sutton (Hero’s Sword)


  About the Books Book 1: Title: Power Play (Hero's Sword Book #1) | Author: M.E. Sutton | Year published: November 20, 2012 | Publisher: Delabarre Publishing, LLC | Number of pages: 64 | Recommended age: 8 to12 Summary: All Jaycee Hiller wants to do is survive eighth grade. Mostly that means hanging with her friend, Stu, avoiding the cheerleading squad, … [Read more...]