Beauty Talk: Beauty Tips on Budget


I have always been the type to make sure I was never unkempt, regardless of my budget. After I graduated high school and started college, I had to learn that there were some different ways of staying beautiful without going to a hair or waxing salon on a tight budget. With some trial and error, […]

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Green Talk: Powering an Arena: The Cost of Energy


The 2013 Super Bowl was a great example of the difference in how power is used in a sporting arena. Powering a stadium for a sporting event requires far less than powering one for a concert of some sort. After the first half of the game, Beyoncé took the stage for the halftime show. Putting […]

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Finance Talk: In For the Count


Numeracy is a skill every child should have. It will help them out later in life, whether it’s for the weekly shop, calculating their taxes or working out how much fuel they need to buy for their car. Learning maths is essential from an early age, but it can be boring for them at times. […]

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Fashion Talk: Pinterest Inspired Bedroom Decor with Books


I hate moving but I love decorating after the move.  However, I’m putting on my big girl panties and getting this show on the road.  I’ve finally decided that it’s time to leave my mom’ s house since the siblings don’t want to do right.  Life is too short and I have too much to […]

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Finance Talk: Getting Great Electricity Rates


As a mom, you want to create a comfortable home experience. You may aim to maintain a desirable temperature, as well as provide your children with a reasonable amount of entertainment. But if your children have a lot of electronic games or constantly mess with the thermostat, this can greatly affect your energy costs. A […]

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Finance Talk: Save on Textbooks This Spring


In college, I was a nontraditional student.  That typically meant that I was the old head in the classroom surrounded by freshmen.  I often found myself praying that class would end and fast.  I often sat in class with my jacket over my nose and mouth wondering if the prerequisite for college was to forfeit […]

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Save Big at Sears’ Appliance Sale


Since my mom passed I live in her home and I’m gradually making it more home with decor and different layouts. One of my first projects was to tackle the kitchen.  I’m in the process of a mini-over haul by updating the small appliances, painting and getting new counter tops.  I’m almost done with this […]

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Fashion Talk: Selecting the Perfect Holiday Look & Win a Lane Bryant Gift Card


The holiday season is in full swing and if you’re like me then you’re looking for the right outfit.  Chic, yet comfy is my goal and one of my favorite stores to shop is Lane Bryant.   Their clothes just tend to fit me the way I like and it just happens that majority of my […]

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Tech Talk: Talking Anya Dress Up Augmented App Review


If you’re anything like me then you can appreciate a good app.  One of the reasons I went from my beloved Blackberry to the iPhone was because I wanted a better & larger variety of apps.  But things have changed … I went from loving grown-up apps to always adding kid-friendly apps.  Sigh… Moms, I […]

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Giving Back with GE #cbias #gelightingcfk


As part of my partnership with GE, I received coupons for my GE light bulbs. All opinions posted about my GE Lighting experience are my own. If children really are our future then we must do all we can to support them and keep them safe.  When the opportunity to help those who help our […]

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