Thursday, April 28, 2011

GiveBack.org 100 Days of Giving - Win $50,000 for Your Favorite Charity!

In November I introduced my readers to GiveBack.org, a smart and simple way to give to your favorite charities while shopping at your favorite stores online. For the complete post, click here.


It really couldn't be more simple. Shop at your favorite stores through the GiveBack website online, and the noted % of sales will go back into your "foundation." At that point, you'll be able to donate that money, at no cost to you, to your favorite national, regional or local charities.

Well now through July 16th, GiveBack.org is giving you even more incentive to join now and create your foundation. When you invite your friends to join the GiveBack movement, you can set yourself up to win a daily prize of $1,000 for your favorite charity, or a grand prize of $50,000 for your favorite charity! This is part of GiveBack's 100 Days of Giving. Keep the momentum going and share with your friends!

When you share your personalized foundation link (which you'll get when you sign up) with your friends, you'll start earning impact points towards the grand prize. What kind of an impact can you make in the giving world?


To get started, follow this link: https://www.giveback.org/onehundreddays.aspx?refid=1553


Happy Shopping!!

Disclaimer:  This post is written as a series of posts through my membership with the One2OneNetwork. I was in no way compensated for this post. I will be entered to win money for my favorite charity.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Uniquely Pampered Custom Bath Soaps {Review}


If you like decorative and amazingly scented soaps, you're going to love Uniquely Pampered. Owner and artist, Debbie, first featured her work with Holly at Nap Time in our Blogtastic Extravaganza giveaway in January. When she asked me to do a review of her handmade soaps I couldn't wait to get started.

Uniquely Pampered's selection of soaps are completely customizable. You choose the shape, the scent, and even the color. It makes for the perfect bathroom decor or personalized gift.

I chose a Large Rose Soap in yellow with a vanilla-lavendar scent. And let me tell you, it smells so delicious. Not only that, but when it arrived I was surprised to learn that they are packaged in 100% biogradable material.

The ingredients on the soap are listed as follows: coconut oil, safflower oil, glycerin, water, FD&C coloring, fragrance oil, titanium dioxide.

The Large Rose Soap (as pictured in my hand) retails for just $3.25 with no minimum order required. Debbie runs this handmade business out of her home and makes sure that every detail is just perfect for you.

I currently have this rose soap sitting in my half bathroom. It makes the entire room smell just so lovely.

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Thursday, April 21, 2011

24 Hours of Progress: The 20th Hour

About 24 Hours of Progress:


So often, the only projects that get "done" around our homes is dinner (and no, takeout doesn't count) and the laundry. Out of necessity though. There are so many little nagging projects that linger for most of us. Yes, we can live with a little clutter here or there, but it sure feels good to get those little things out of the way!

Spring is a natural time of rebirth and shedding the layers that has descended upon our house over the winter. The Holly at Nap Time series 24 hours of Progress is designed of 72 household projects that will take on average about one hour to do. Pick one project each Monday, Wednesday and Friday to work on from now until April 1st. By the end of the session, you will have made 24 Hours of Progress towards the home you deserve!

I realize that I'm behind on the 24 hours of progress. Sometimes I get so excited over a series that I forget that "real life" also has to happen at the same time. ;) Good thing I make the rules here.

The Twentieth Hour:

Clean Up Your Flowerbeds: I'm really not much of a gardener. Not because I wouldn't like to be, but because I simply don't have the time. So last year when my husband and I landscaped the backyard (which was previously just a mud pit until we bought the home, we decided that we'd put in some hardy, self-sufficient plants. So far so good, I think that everything is still alive. But just because a plant is hardy doesn't mean that it doesn't need any attention, especially if you don't want your backyard to look like a jungle. Take an hour to clean out any weeds that may be coming in, pruning that needs to be done, etc. Your neighbors will thank you. ;)

Read a Book For Pleasure: This Spring cleaning task isn't for your home, it's for your brain. Yes, folks, dormant brains can get mental cobwebs too. Ever pick up a book after a long absence and feel like you don't know how to read anymore? After I had my daughter I became such a s.l.o.w. reader. I felt like my brain couldn't hold the mental capacity. Granted, there is some truth to the "Baby Brain" theory, but it certainly didn't mean I no longer had the capacity to read a good book and keep up with book club. Reading is important for keeping your mind sharp. In fact, that's why these days senior centers have loads of activities for their residents to be involved in. An active and stimulated brain is less likely to suffer from dementia and other related problems. So pick up a book. It's a healthy thing to do! For more information, read this article from TIME on Staying Sharp.

Use It or Lose It: You know what I'm talking about. You have 20 coffee mugs but always use the same two or three. Are you ever really going to have a use for 20 coffee mugs at once? Use it or lose it. Those little dessert plates that with the handpainted flowers on them that are too pretty to use - aren't they also too pretty to be stashed in the back of a cupboard? Use it or lose it. Decluttering your kitchen cabinets can be a difficult task. As humans, it is our nature to like the things that we own and want to hold on to them. But if we simply aren't using them, isn't it better to let them go? There are many people in the world for whom our abundance of items can help, and yet somehow it is the most natural thing in the world to stockpile items and keep them tucked away as our own. This isn't what God wants for us though. After all, these worldly items aren't going with us after we die! In Matthew 6:33, Jesus tells us, "But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well." Use it or lose it. Call it my anti-hoarding campaign if you like, but it's time to part with the items that you aren't using, so that someone in need might be able to find good in them.

I thought that I was the most thoughtful and clever wife in the world a couple years ago when I purchased my husband a subscription to the Wall Street Journal for his birthday. He was thrilled. I was also thrilled at his happiness, until he told me his intent to save each paper, it an attempt to track the history of the major business world. As the months passed by the papers piled up and it made me sick to my stomach to see so much of what I considered to be a waste of space and a huge fire hazard. I encouraged my husband to recycle the papers. Was he ever really going to read them again, or were they just going to take up our attic space and pose a threat to the flammability of my  home? It took a literal mountain of papers (which happens when you've had a daily subscription for over a year) for my husband to see my point. No, he wasn't going to go through these papers in their entirety ever again, and no... the cover stories couldn't be of any significant value in the long run. So what he did (and I'm so very thankful for this), is he took the time to skim through each of his saved papers. If there were any significant articles that he wanted to hold onto, he put them aside, and the rest is recycled back into the newspaper making world. Our current stack of newspapers is very slim and a nice reminder that we don't necessarily need all of the items that we posess.

Monday, April 18, 2011

God Has Reason for Everything

I have a lot of great blog posts coming up, including the (belated) finale to the 24 Hours of Progress, a fabulous review of the Spring BabyLegs line (and of course another giveaway!), a review for Uniquely Pampered, and Disney reviews including Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, and the Disney Dining Plan. It's going to be a great and busy next couple of weeks here!

Right now though, I just want to take a moment to share with you all how blessed that I feel lately. Two years ago at this time, my husband and I moved from our apartment in New York City to a suburban townhouse in Virginia. We weren't planning on it being a settling point; just a stop on our way back home. So when we moved here I didn't feel like life would really happen here... more that it would just be a place of limbo, a place where we lived while we were waiting for life to begin.

And then life did begin. Right after we bought our house I found out that I was pregnant with our daughter, now 17 months. I suddenly wasn't alright with just waiting around anymore. I needed people. I needed to find the reason for why we had detoured to the south and what would come of it. I trusted God to show me, and He did. :)

The Lord is just so amazing. Shortly after our move, a coworker of my husband mentioned a church that he and his family attended often. We went and felt right at home - we were hooked. On one of our very first visits, the rector's wife introduced herself and also introduced us to another young family at the church. It seemed to be a place for us. We made friends, joined a family group and found a place where our faith could grow even deeper.

I found a mom's group to join at 10 weeks pregnant. It was a little crazy. A mom's group and I wasn't technically a mom yet, but I was desperate for the support of local women. And they were so accepting, making my pregnancy and life since AJ fun, enjoyable and stress free. And now two years later I'm running the mom's group - hopefully making it as a supportive and happy place as it was when I joined. It's really just awesome to see how things come full circle.

And of course I started this blog. As an attempt to find a voice for myself, I've found a way to share my life and thoughts with a world of awesome people. It's been an invaluable outlet, which I think a lot of bloggers would agree with. If you've been a part of my journey thus far, I want to thank you.

I'm just really happy. I feel like I've grown so much as a person, and as a Christian in the last two years. I feel like I've found meaning that God had especially for me, and that makes me feel amazing.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Spotlight Disney World: Epcot with a Toddler/Young Children {Review}

I can hardly believe that it's been a month since our recent trip to Disney World, but that can only mean that it is so much closer to our next trip (which isn't planned yet... I'm just sayin' - we're definitely going back).

One of the places we visited most often during our trip to Disney World was Epcot, for one main reason in particular: the food!!! Epcot is home to the World Showcase, and features some of the best dining options at Disney World. For this reason alone I highly suggest getting the Disney Dining Plan and making sure that you have a Park Hopper ticket!

A lot of parents will tell you that there really isn't much for the little ones at Epcot, but I can tell you that isn't the case at all. Our 16 month old daughter had plenty of thrills at Epcot, even if it's not jam-packed with kiddie rides.

Epcot with a Toddler/Young Children:

Epcot is the perfect place to take your toddler on a trip around the world. (It's true... a vacation and a learning experience all at once!) Here's our "Hot Tips" for taking your toddler!

  • Epcot is not a boring place, but it might seem that way to your older toddler if you've spent the last 3 days at the Magic Kingdom. Go to Epcot early on if the trip if you have a whiner in your family.
  • Visit the Epcot Character Spot as soon as they open in the morning (see daily Times Guide at Epcot). Starting around mid-morning, the line to meet Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto can easily get upwards to an hour wait.
  • You can generally find both shade and lessened noise near the Odyssey Center if your little one is snoozing. There is also a Baby Care Center inside the Odyssey Center, but sorry mom, no strollers permitted.
  • If you need a break from the heat, visit Club Cool, which is sponsored by Coca-Cola. Not only do they have frozen cokes (which I really had a hankering for) but you can also taste their different pops (I am from Michigan and refuse to say soda) from around the world for FREE. My favorite? The Smart Watermelon from China! Yummy! If you want to get a laugh, have your little one try the Beverly from Italy. It's a very bitter soda that few appreciate, but the staff sure seems to get a kick out of the faces people make while trying it! Don't say you weren't warned!
Dining with Your Toddler at Epcot:

Pretty much all of the restaurants at Disney World are child friendly. Here are our favorites places to dine at Epcot! (But it should be noted that we didn't get to try ALL of the amazing places we wanted to!)

Fountain View Ice Cream: Not only does Fountain View Ice Cream have plenty of cool treats, but they also have a selection of yummy smoothies to keep you boosted throughout the day.

Coral Reef Restaurant: Yum! I'm not going to lie, I've wanted to go to this restaurant since I saw it featured on the sitcom Full House (circa 1992-3?). We were seated in the last of the three tiers that the restaurant is made up of, but still had an awesome view of the aquarium. The food was delicious, however, I did not partake in the seafood menu. I just couldn't find it in myself to eat fish while watching fish swim around... too weird. I enjoyed an amazing steak instead. ;) I was a little nervous about the children's menu because I have a very picky toddler, but they had a broad selection and she was very happy with the cheese pizza and apple slices that she received. Reservations are HIGHLY recommended: 407-WDW-DINE.

Akershus Royal Banquet Hall: Located in the Norway Pavilion, Akershus is home to Princess Storybook Dining. We went here for lunch one day and AJ was just so delighted to meet all the princesses. We saw Belle, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel and Snow White. Upon check-in, a photographer will take a family photo with you and a princess as a take-home souvenir. I cannot promise that this is the way it's always done, but we were presented with the photos (an 8X10 and several 4X6) during our meal. They were free. When we went to the character breakfast at the Grand Floridian they took our family photo without any characters and offered us the same package for $35, which we declined. Lunch at Askershus begins with a buffet of Norwegian delights - from bread to salads to cheeses and meets. Entrees are ordered by the menu (all very delicious) and dessert is served family-style (meaning a little bit of everything for your family to share). Reservations are HIGHLY recommended 407-WDW-DINE.

Biergarten Restaurant: Located in the Germany Pavilion, at the Biergarten it's Oktoberfest all year round! Our 16 month old, though she was having an "I'm not eating anything" kind of night, loved this place! The entertainment includes traditional German dancing, singing and instrument playing - such a special treat! This restaurant is also set-up "arena style" so that everyone in the building has a great view of the stage. Dinner includes a buffet of all the German food you can handle, including nearly a dozen different desserts. For an additional, but very reasonable price, you can purchase German beer and wine. Reservations are HIGHLY recommended 407-WDW-DINE.

Restaurant Marrakesh: For the older toddler that likes to get in on the action, mom and dad will have a great time watching their little one get a belly dancing lesson at Restaurant Marrakesh. Though the food was good, my husband and I found it it be a little bland, and did think that the children's menu needed some more options. Overall though, we had a good time and loved the decor of this Moroccan restaurant. Reservations are HIGHLY recommended 407-WDW-DINE.


Attractions for Toddlers:
  • Re-Imagined! Spaceship Earth
  • Ellen's Energy Adventure: This show follows star Ellen DeGeneres as she ges back to the dinosaur era. We skipped this one because it's a 45 minute show that we didn't think our daughter would be able to sit through.,
  • Epcot Character Spot: Meet Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto! Photographers are on hand to take pictures.
  • The Seas with Nemo & Friends: A magical ride in a "clamobile" that takes you through the story of Findindg Nemo. At the end of this ride you'll be right in the center of Disney's aquarium, where you can visit with fish, dolphins, manitees, stingrays and more! Check the schedule for feeding times - it's quite a show! (And mark my word - if it's raining out, you can easily spend a half of day here. We did! You can also enter the aquarium attraction from the left side of the building.
  • Turtle Talk With Crush: An interactive show featuring the famous sea turtle from Finding Nemo. We also skipped this one because the line was really long, but I think that an older toddler would get a kick out of talking to the turtle.
  • Living With the Land
  • The Circle of Life
  • ImageWorks
  • Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros: This attraction in the Mexico Pavilion is a musical boat tour.
  • Maelstrom: This attraction in the Norway Pavilion is a Viking Boat Voyage.
  • Kidcot Fun Stops: Our daughter was a little too young to enjoy the Kidcot adventure, but I thought that this was so cool for older toddlers through age 6! Stop by one of the Kidcot Spots (noted on your map) to color and decorate a Duffy Bear (Disney's newest character). Then, carry Duffy with you around the World Showcase can get him his passport stamps at the other Kidcot locations as you go!


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Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated with Disney or Walt Disney World Resorts, other than a satisfied customer who likes to share her opinions!

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

What Would You Do??

Things have been busy busy busy and it's been awhile since I posted a response to one of the 50 Questions That Will Free Your Mind.  I'm now on number 11:

You’re having lunch with three people you respect and admire.  They all start criticizing a close friend of yours, not knowing she is your friend.  The criticism is distasteful and unjustified.  What do you do?

I can answer this question simply and without a doubt that I would stand up for my friend, because I'm not afraid of confrontation. I would say that the person being criticized is my close friend and that the remarks they were making were uncalled for. I believe that gossip is a sin, but even so sometimes it's really hard to not what to indulge in what other people have to say about a situation. Too much gossip can destroy a person. For a long time I was stuck in a group of friends that was just full of gossip and lies. It was awful, but unfortunately, it was also very typical. Young adults, teenagers especially, use their friends to their own advantage. It's a very selfish stage in life, I think. Somehow though during this time though I stopped being a coward and learned that enough was enough. I began standing up for myself and for others. And I began investigating. Sometimes there are so many lies traveling around that it's hard to know what the truth is. Live by the motto, if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all.

I am answering these questions as part of my Day Zero Project. :)

Monday, April 11, 2011

Home-Ec 101 {Book Review}

Taking care of a home doesn't come naturally for everyone, and with college applications, sporting events and the mere fact that a lot of schools are dropping the home-ec requirement, the newest generation of home-owners and apartment dwellers are the most unprepared yet.

But it doesn't have to be that way. Author Heather Solos developed this handy Home-Ec 101 guide to offer quick tips and a simple how-to on many of life's challenging home tasks.

Even the most seasoned homemaker will find this book helpful, as Solos offers sample cleaning calendars and short-cut tips.

The book is broken down into four sections: Clean It, Wash It, Fix It and Cook It. With tips on everything from the best way to launder your intimates, to dealing with pet odors, to the treatment of your butcher's block, Solos has got the tip for you. This is a great book to keep on hand and pull out as needed. It's easy to read, full of user-friendly advice and "letters to the author" that will make you smile as you reflect on your own life.

I think my favorite part of this book is Solos candid take on every day house chores. She makes it clear from the beginning that she's not perfect, and shares her "confessions" throughout the book that make this book feel like it's written from a very good friend. Her ideas for becoming organized and creating a house cleaning schedule and meal plans are invaluable. A truly wonderful book.

Home-Ec 101 on Amazon

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Disclaimer: I received a digital copy of Home-Ec 101 from the One2One Network for writing this post. The opinions here are my own!

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

New Yanni Album: Truth of Touch {Review}

I've never been a huge fan of silence. My husband often grumbles at me because I leave the TV on when I'm doing something in another room, but the truth is that I like the background noise! I prefer to sleep with a fan on at night, and have some sort of TV or music filling in the gaps between.

On the other side of the spectrum though, I also can't stand a lot of noise. Crowded rooms of people having to shout at one another to be heard, or literally every single electronic toy my child owns running at the same time.

Well, thank goodness for my sake there are happy mediums, and Yanni's new album Truth of Touch falls exactly into that happy medium category.

As the album cover claims, this it the "Return of Yanni as you know him." It's true, too! This is the first instrumental release of original compositions that he has released in over 8 years.  There are still a couple of vocal tracks, but they seem to blend well with the mix.

I've always been a fan of instrumental music, and this album was no exception. The melodies are light and fresh and have the ability to take you from a messy living room covered in toys to a white sandy beach where the warm sun is basking down on you (although not literally... darn). It's perfect "nap time" music to listen and relax to while my daughter is dreaming away.

Of this release, Yanni says, "I am having fun with this album and that is going to become apparent."  I can attest that a lot of soul went into this album, just by listening through it once through.

On March 22nd of this year Yanni started a 40-date tour of the United States. Click here for upcoming tour dates. Many cities are already sold out!





Disclaimer: I received a copy of Yanni Touch of Truth from the One2OneNetwork, and will be entered to win prizes for my participation. The thoughts displayed in this post are entirely my own.

24 Hours of Progress: The 19th Hour

About 24 Hours of Progress:


So often, the only projects that get "done" around our homes is dinner (and no, takeout doesn't count) and the laundry. Out of necessity though. There are so many little nagging projects that linger for most of us. Yes, we can live with a little clutter here or there, but it sure feels good to get those little things out of the way!

Spring is a natural time of rebirth and shedding the layers that has descended upon our house over the winter. The Holly at Nap Time series 24 hours of Progress is designed of 72 household projects that will take on average about one hour to do. Pick one project each Monday, Wednesday and Friday to work on from now until April 1st. By the end of the session, you will have made 24 Hours of Progress towards the home you deserve!

I realize that I'm behind on the 24 hours of progress. Sometimes I get so excited over a series that I forget that "real life" also has to happen at the same time. ;) Good thing I make the rules here.

The Nineteenth Hour:

Spray for Pests: This year before you spray for pests, make the choice to "go green" with your pest control. Pesticides can be dangerous not only for our environment, but to our own health and that of those around us. I suggest purchasing EcoSmart products. They are not only safe for our environment and homes, but are also safe around our children and pets. See below for a segment in which EcoSmart was featured on Good Morning America.



Clean Out Cluttered Files: Most of us think that we're ahead of the game if we have a filing cabinet that we actually use. Whereas this might be true, it doesn't leave of free from unwanted clutter. Usually the documents that we have stashed away in our filing cabinets have a time in which they no longer become valuable or useful, and they need to be taken care of accordingly (thrown away or shredded). Making extra space will feel good. Now that is organization.

Spruce Up Your Front Porch or Doorsteps: Now that the weather is warming up a bit, it's a great time to get outside and spruce of the entrance to your house to make it more inviting. Take a hose and wash any floorspace or steps. Even though it may not look that dirty, the weather surely has taken it's toll over the last few months, with wind blowing dirt and leaves around, snow and rain, and the constant back and forth of dirty shoes. Replace your welcome mat, and put out a pot of fresh flowers.            

Monday, April 4, 2011

Book Review: The Power Based Life by Mike Flynt

The Power Based Life:Realize Your Life's Goals and Dreams by Strengthening Your Body, Mind & Spirit
By Mike Flynt

Author Mike Flynt describes a "power base" as the center of personal strength use to meet challenges that, once discovered and maximized, will lead to a more significant, satisfying, and successful life.

We all want to have happy, successful lives. For some of us, it takes longer than others. Flynt himself didn't come into his happy, fulfilled life until the age of 59 years old, when he received national attention for returning to his college alma mater, Sul Ross State University, to play his senior year, becoming the oldest contributing member of a college football team in NCAA history. He took the tools that he learned from his experiences to share with us 12 different strategies to use to tap into our personal "power bases."

I found this book extremely motivating and uplifting, though geared much more towards sports fans. Mike Flynt speaks often of his football career and makes many sports references, which I think are necessary for his story and this book, but were often lost on me. While reading I often thought to myself that my husband should really be reading this book. I think it would speak volumes to his entrepreneurial spirit.

I did enjoy all of the biblical references this book made, as well as the power-packed quotes by Flynt. It is clearly evident that this man's heart and soul are in his beliefs. Here are some of my favorite quotes from the book:
"If God has made your to do something, there will be a way to do it."
"Time is the greatest teacher there is."
"Your attitude is the single most important aspect of who you are and the leading indicator of where you're going."
I think this is a great book for anyone who is looking for a positive piece of motivation to keep them moving in the right direction, whether it be for business or another personal goal. It's a great book to have on your shelf and to come back to time after time when you need a little reminder that you are a worthy child of God and you deserve a fulfilling life.

The final chapters of the book cover everything from staying motivated, to keeping your patience, to living a longer and healthier life. Flynt really goes the distance in showing his readers from personal experience how to steer your life in the right direction for you.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of The Power Based Life by Mike Flynt from BookSneeze. I was not compensated in any other way, and the opinions here are my own.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

24 Hours of Progress: The 18th Hour

About 24 Hours of Progress:
So often, the only projects that get "done" around our homes is dinner (and no, takeout doesn't count) and the laundry. Out of necessity though. There are so many little nagging projects that linger for most of us. Yes, we can live with a little clutter here or there, but it sure feels good to get those little things out of the way!

Spring is a natural time of rebirth and shedding the layers that has descended upon our house over the winter. The Holly at Nap Time series 24 hours of Progress is designed of 72 household projects that will take on average about one hour to do. Pick one project each Monday, Wednesday and Friday to work on from now until April 1st. By the end of the session, you will have made 24 Hours of Progress towards the home you deserve!

I realize that I'm behind on the 24 hours of progress. Sometimes I get so excited over a series that I forget that "real life" also has to happen at the same time. ;) Good thing I make the rules here.

The Eighteenth Hour:

Clean the Inside of Your Oven: A couple times a year you should clean out the inside of your oven. Things bubble over, little bits of cheese fall into the bottom, and it's just good practice to keep things spiffy. Many newer models of ovens have a "Self Cleaning" feature that includes extremely high temperatures and stinky fumes. While this is an efficient way of cleaning your oven, it shouldn't be done if you are pregnant or have small children in the home. The house should also be well ventilated. I would personally choose a foam based cleaner like Easy Off. Sure it takes a little more work, but it won't leave my house smelling terrible all day.

Freshen Up Your Garbage Disposal: Garbage disposals are a wonderful household tool. They make kitchen prep and clean up a lot easier. After awhile though, odors can build up in your garbage disposal. Like a perfume, if your nose is already used to it you might not even realize that there is something smelly stirring down there. To freshen things up, toss a lemon peel down there and run the disposal. Follow up with a sprinke of baking soda, and let it set for awhile. It'll be sure to block out any odors.

Wash/Disinfect Your Trash Cans: It can't be assumed that just because the trash can itself is lined with a trash bag, that the can doesn't get dirty. Most trash cans are dragged around from place to place, constantly touched or bumped into. Not to mention that trash bags don't have superpowers. Even the best trash bag can leak, get torn, or spill into the trash can. So make sure to disinfect your cans inside and out, even if it means taking them out to get hosed down. Just because you can't see germs doesn't mean they aren't there... a message from my paranoid side. ;)

Friday, April 1, 2011

Stride-Rite Buy One Get One 50% Off ALL Footwear ONLINE & In-Store! Final Weekend!


This is the final weekend for Stride-Rite's Buy One Get One 50% ALL Footwear Sale! Shop online or in-store. Click the banner above for more details. Woohoo!!