Dunkin’ Donuts Iced Coffee Day is Next Week, May 24th! #IceDD4Hasbro


*I am being compensated by Dunkin’ Donuts. All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.* Next week is Dunkin’ Donuts Iced Coffee Day! This is one day you do not want to miss as Dunkin’ Donuts’ restaurants across Rhode Island and Bristol County, Massachusetts will be donating $1.00 of every iced coffee sold to Hasbro Children’s Hospital on May 24th! Please

Spring Allergies – Dealing with this Common Issue


Spring allergies are here in all their glory. That’s right, everybody. It’s time for runny noses; itchy, watery eyes; headaches; and all the other miserable things that so many of us suffer from due to the beauty of nature. As most of my readers know, my son has allergies to pretty much everything, so although we love spring and all the fun it brings, we

Nerium Age Defying Eye Serum is FANTASTIC!


I absolutely LOVE Nerium products! I don’t get out a lot to get spa treatments so I need to do a lot of home remedies to take care of my skin. One product line I can not live without is Nerium and especially the Nerium Age Defying Eye Serum. When I use this serum,  I feel like my under eye area is so much brighter

Winning Moves Games Review + Giveaway!


My kids love playing games especially if they are educational games! That is why our family is a big fan of Winning Moves Games! ABOUT WINNING MOVES GAMES: Winning Moves USA (WMUSA) is a leading maker of board games, card games, and puzzles. Since WMUSA’s first year of operation in 1995, the company has forged a close relationship with one of the world’s largest game companies,

Cleaning Your Tongue for Better Oral Health with TUNG and get one for FREE!!!


Cleaning your tongue is so important to your overall oral health. Of course, brushing helps keep tartar and plaque to a minimum on your teeth between routine cleanings, and that’s important to help keep your gums in order. However, there are other oral health factors besides plaque and tartar – namely bacteria. The bulk of oral bacteria actually lives on the back of the tongue.