Stand Up Paddleboarding: Learn the Basics

Paddleboarding is a water sport in which participants kneel on a paddleboard and move themselves across the water using their hands. Related to it is stand up paddleboarding (SUP) which, as the name implies, is done standing up. SUP also makes use of handheld paddles. It can be done on rivers, lakes, and along the coast. The paddleboard is similar to a surfboard but is wider, allowing for a comfortable stance and greater stability while gliding across the water. Stand up paddleboarding is one of the fastest-growing sports because it is easy to learn, adaptable for all skill levels and […]

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Terry Top Giveaway for the Holidays #holidaygift #spon #contest #giveaway

Terry Top helps my daughter to keep her hair off of her head, out of her face and her body towel off of her pajamas at end of night when she is done with her shower. Usually my daughter ends up with her body towel on her head because she much prefers to have her hair dry a bit under the towel before she brushes her hair before bed.   Terry Top doesn’t really need to have any selling words because their YouTube Video sells it to you on it’s own. Check out the funny video below about Terry Top […]

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KideCals Personalized Labels and Stickers Giveaway #contest #win #holidaygift #spon

I recently received some labels from KideCals for my daughter, she has my organization gene with some things, the exception is her bedroom. Apparently a chaotic organized mess is how she prefers her bedroom but when it comes to other areas in her life, she loves labeling things. Personalized labels and stickers from KideCals make a great stocking stuffer gift idea this holiday season and I’m about to share with you some options I think make the perfect gift. A bit about KideCals – Our unique kid name labels stick to any surface – including clothes – and are waterproof, […]

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Music & Arts $25 Gift Card Giveaway #holidaygift #spon #giveaway @musicarts

Today I am excited to share something that my whole family takes joy in, all 7 of us, a love of music. Sure we each may have a different favorite type of music we love or a particular instrument we play but this year a Ukulele sounds good to me. Music & Arts is a website that sells a wide range of musical products and honestly would be great for your student who plays in band. Right now, I have a daughter who plays flute in band and she loves it. By end of this school year, hopefully her rental […]

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Holiday Like a Celebrity: The Perfect Destination

The world is celebrity obsessed and every move they make is followed by the media and the public – from the clothes they wear to their love lives to the simple everyday things they do. Something that celebrities have a luxury of doing is taking regular holidays to exotic destinations that allow them to capture the spotlight whilst abroad, to highlight the things that come with being rich and famous and show off their perfect bodies and perfect lives. Most of us, however subtly, like to emulate the looks and lives of our favourite celebrities and enjoy the things that […]

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King’s Hawaiian Twitter Party #ProjectMahalo

I will be a co-host at a Twitter party tomorrow at 1pm ET and thought I would take a moment to give you all the heads up so that maybe you could join in talking about how you give back to your community and what family means to you! There will be questions asked and guests will have 5 minutes after each question to answer. There will be ten $25 gift cards given away. There is no RSVP, but here are the details: Details: Hashtag: #ProjectMahalo Date/Time: Thursday, April 11, 2013- 1pm ET/10am PT Prizes:  Ten $25 gift cards Co-Hosts: […]

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Honey Bunches and The 2013 Tropical Trio Sweepstakes!

Who is a ready for a vacation? I know I am, having been tossed every possible challenge I can think of in my face this past month, I am so ready to sit back and relax in some tropical place. Since heading away to a tropical island is not really an option for this work from home mom of three, I enjoyed my “me time”with Honey Bunches of Oats Tropical Blends. This flavor of mango and coconut is simply delicious; my kids truly love to munch on this cereal for snack time too.  With so many other flavor selections to […]

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Make Your Own Hawaiian Leis for Parties

Miss Kiara had a birthday party at the beginning of October and we shared our adventures in making our own Hawaiian Leis for her Hawaiian birthday party on Instagram. Here is what we did to make our own leis, as a way to have craft time fun and save a little cash. Supplies Needed: Needle and thread. Tissue paper in variety of colors. Scissors Beads {optional} Get Making Your Leis Measure your thread out to where you want it, be sure to double it up this helps hold the paper better. Start hand sewing through the middle of your paper […]

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Hawaii Vacation Rentals Waipouli Beach Resort

Hawaii, oh Hawaii, how I want to visit thee. My feet in the sand, the warm sun beating down on my skin. The warmth and friendliness of locals. Oh I wish I could visit Hawaii soon for a mini vacation, after all it is the place I wish to marry the man of my dreams at some day. There is a place in the pacific ocean area called Hawaii, in that area, right? I am horrible with geography, but it appears the sandy beach pictured above at the Waipouli Beach Resort is near the Pacific Ocean, an ocean I have […]

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A Love Story That Truly Was Meant To Be

When I signed up for a free trial, Matchmaker was open to the public.  Now it specializes in singles 35+. This is what their website says; Matchmaker.com is an online matchmaking service for a more mature audience, Matchmaker is an online dating site consisting of 35+ serious singles focused on finding long-term serious relationships and those who are marriage minded. When I was searching for a mate, I looked within a radius of 1 mile in the Matchmaker.com search. Michael’s profile was the first to pop up, living only a mile away from me. I’m not sure that we would […]

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