This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #DivaDifference #CollectiveBias I’ll be frank with you if someone had told me a few years ago that I would be joining the re-usable cup game I would have scoffed loudly and shaken my head vehemently. Nope, not happening! This wasn’t a conversation I was having. I was set in my ways and figured
Let’s talk batteries for a minute. We all use them; basic things like smoke detectors, flashlights, remotes. If you have kids, well, don’t get me started on the number of battery operated toys and game controllers we have going on! We actually go through quite a lot of them, in all shapes and sizes, and ‘Mom! I need batteries for *insert random toy*!’ can be heard on a weekly basis
With 2018 slowly rolling by, one of the biggest “resolutions” our family made was to lessen our household waste and make more conscious eco-friendly decisions. It seemed like an easy enough plan to make, each of us would do our best to recycle, use less and make better choices for the environment. Little did I know how many changes we would be making, and how easy they have been to
It’s a brand-new year and January is a great time to start making some small changes to your daily habits. Drink more water, walk more each day, drive less, use less power…it’s the little things we do that can add up to big changes and success. And it’s a time to start fresh and grow from past mistakes and the challenges you overcame in the previous year.
After getting a taste of some real fall weather my hubby did something we usually wait until mid-October to do. I was out at work, he was home with the kids, and when I walked in the house, I seriously couldn’t believe it. No, it wasn’t Halloween decorations or funky fall gourds. He turned on the heat. In September! Anyway, it recently got me thinking of what our utility bills
Eczema is something I’m no stranger to. With severely sensitive skin stemming back from my childhood there was one thing I had hoped and prayed A would not inherit – and unfortunately she didn’t escape this one. Sensitive skin is a never ending battle for many people. From perfumes and dyes, additives and fillers, we can react to even the smallest thing in anything that touches our skin. For many..