Month: March 2016

Book Reviews

BOOK REVIEW: Scarlet by Marissa Meyer (The Lunar Chronicles #2)

Dear Bookworms, On to the next installment of The Lunar Chronicles, Scarlet. The second book in the Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer introduces us to several more key players in the series (one of which is my favorite, seriously I love this guy) and also some major revelations about Cinders backstory. The book opens with […]

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Holidays
PETS

UPDATE on Easter Edition: Operation Rabbit

Hoppy Monday everyone (get it? hoppy?!)? So if you read yesterdays blog post, I’m sure you are DYING to know the conclusion to the rabbit saga. (If you DID NOT read yesterdays blog post I suggest you stop reading this now, and click over to that page(HERE) so you will know what in the world I’m […]

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Holidays
PETS

Easter Edition: Operation Rabbits

I love my mother for many reasons, one of which are her random emails/texts at strange hours. Now I have been on the rabbit bandwagon for years, pestering my husband to the point of insanity but he staunchly maintains his anti-rabbit stance (does the man have no heart?!). Perhaps I have been going about this […]

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Food
recipe

Taco Soup with a kick

My husband often cooks at home, and yeah, I have to admit that he is pretty darn good at it (don’t tell him I said that).  Last month he cooked an amazing taco soup, and I had to steal his recipe for the world to try! First let me tell you the ingredients: Ground beef […]

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KIDS/Family
Travel
Travel Tips
Uncategorized

Tips on what to pack when traveling with kids

Traveling with kids can be an ordeal, especially if you adventure to travel abroad.  To make it easier, here are some tips from my experience that might help mitigate the hassle and make your time enjoyable instead.  Please note that all children’s needs are different, so you can use these tips and make an informed […]

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International Travel
KIDS/Family
SouthAmerica
Travel
Travel Tips

International Travel with Kids 2: COLOMBIA

After traveling all around the coffee triangle region of Colombia (and enjoying their world renowned coffee every chance we got) we found it was easier to transport everyone by renting a small bus vs. individual taxis or vans. The kids enjoyed it because it felt like a school field trip every time we rode our […]

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Book Reviews

BOOK REVIEW: CINDER (Lunar Chronicles) by Marissa Meyer

Dear Bookworms, You came back! Not that I was worried or anything, I knew you would… So as you know, the first in the series The Lunar Chronicles, is Cinder, affectionately named for our cyborg heroine. First let me just take a minute to talk about the cover art. I really love how the classic […]

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Food

Mexican Stuffed Shells

Fatten Me Up Friday is here! I’m excited to share with you guys one of my favorite recipes that I found while trolling Pinterest, Mexican Stuffed Shells. It’s on the regular rotation at my house and receives high praise from my 5 & 8 year old- as well as my large grown up man child […]

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International Travel
KIDS/Family
SouthAmerica
Travel

International Travel with Kids part 1… It is Possible!: COLOMBIA edition

We love to travel abroad.  Last summer we packed our bags and took a plane to Colombia. This beautiful, diverse South American country had so many things to offer, we should’ve planned for more than the two glorious weeks we took. Always have a”fun-kit” on hand for long layovers We traveled with four kids, ages ranging […]

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Book Reviews
PEOPLE

Workshop experience with Dr. Brian Weiss

The Many Lives, Many Masters Workshop by Dr. Brian Weiss in Atlanta, GA.  February 20, 2016 was an awesome day. When I was a teenager, my uncle handed me a little paperback book, and made me promise that I was going to read it with an open mind.  When I read the title of this […]

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