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Sara

The 21-Day Difference With #Listerine

Disclosure: I received LISTERINE® Brand products and a Walgreens gift card from Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc. and The Motherhood as part of my participation in the LISTERINE® 21-Day Challenge. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are my own. I hope you will join me! So, how was your Listerine 21-day […]

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8 Words: Why I Never Text and Drive

I am a member of the Online Mom Influencer Group. This post is part of a lifestyle experience of sharing about mobile technology. I’ve watched so many texting and driving videos I could probably identify them from the opening image. For years we, adults, have been bombarded with the “don’t text and drive” message. It […]

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Join the Listerine 21-day Challenge For Healthier Teeth and Gums

Disclosure: I received LISTERINE® Brand products and a Walgreens gift card from Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc. and The Motherhood as part of my participation in the LISTERINE® 21-Day Challenge. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are my own. I hope you will join me! My seemingly abnormal love of Listerine […]

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Ignore Those Who Say Differently And Take Your Kids On Vacation

At the end of January I saw an article on Facebook about travel destinations you shouldn’t take kids. I didn’t think much of it because I agree that there are just some places you shouldn’t travel with kids. I would never think of taking my daughter to a popular spring break destination during spring break. […]

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My Hair Does Not Define My Beauty #LoveYourCurls

  Few people know I have curly hair. I just don’t wear my hair that way too often. And I do my best to keep it straight. Although I am very low maintenance when it comes to my hair, the fact is I almost always blow dry my hair. If I know I’m not going out I […]

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On Choosing Israel To Celebrate Her Bat Mitzvah

This year BabyGirl becomes a Bat Mitzvah. In fact, according to the Jewish calendar she has already become a Bat Mitzvah. At the age of 12, a Jewish girl becomes a Bat Mitzvah, literally “daughter of mitzvah”. It means that she is viewed as an adult with regard to mitzvah observance. This is the more […]

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6 Ways To Save Money Using Your Smartphone

As the “great recession” gets further away from us, we can’t ignore the changes in the landscape we look at now. Just 5 years ago, smartphones really weren’t all that smart. We depended on desktop and laptop computers for most of our digital shopping. Online savings sites were still new, trying to save shoppers before […]

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Does The New Year Really Need A New You

As 2014 turned to 2015 I noticed a significant change in the marketing messages I was seeing. I also noticed a big shift in the status updates and posts I was seeing on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and on blogs. It seemed that the message was no longer one of acceptance, but of change. Every year the first […]

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Must Have Tech For 2015

As 2014 comes to an end and the gift giving events make way for talk about the big game or getting fit for summer, there’s still gift cards to spend and deals to be made. Regardless of whether you unwrapped one or a pile, chance are you may not have received some things you really […]

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Holiday Traditions With Food

Thank you to Safeway for sponsoring this post and asking me to share my thoughts on holiday traditions. Mention any holiday and pretty soon we’re talking about food. Food comes into the conversation as memories from childhood, treats for teachers or co-workers, desserts we’ve always wanted to make, or all the delicious delights for a cookie […]

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