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4 Reasons to Work for Yourself


Working for yourself can be one of the most fulfilling things you ever do. If you are a parent, you already know what it is like to have a baby, to nurture it, and see it grow. As your kids get older and you have more free time, working for yourself gives you a chance to develop your business in a similar way. Being your own boss is not just satisfying—there are other benefits too.

Awesome Easter Basket Ideas Under $5

Make sure to get those last minute Easter Basket stuffers in! I have a great list of stuffers that you can buy on Amazon if you have Prime to get them in time or you can find them in store at Walmart, Target, Kroger, and other retailers all for less than $5!


We have a huge egg hunt ever year with my husband's and I combined families. It is so much fun. We go to church that morning and then have a wonderful cook out. Sometimes we have more traditional food, but we always have a huge egg hunt that the kids enjoy. 

Here are some great Easter Basket Stuffer Ideas for Under $5:

Entenmann's Brings an unBEElieveable Sweepstakes + Free Printables & Giveaway

 We were on spring break last week and a movie night was on our to do list! What is your favorite spring break activity? How about an at home movie night with the family?! Entenmann’s® and Paramount Pictures Home Entertainment have an unBEElievably sweet offer timed to the digital, Blu-ray and DVD release of BUMBLEBEE -  fans can enter for a chance to win a trip to Myrtle Beach or the film on Digital!!


Tips to Take Care of Eye Glasses + SnapIt Giveaway

If you have been following my blog, then you know my son recently started wearing glasses. He just turned five and got his glasses right before his fifth birthday. They have helped him so much in school and recreational activities. He wants to color more and has been hitting the ball more in baseball. They aren't quite 100% and I think that's because although I searched pediatric ophthalmologist, the facility I took him to doesn't normally see children. The doctor admitted that she was scared to go stronger, but that's what he might need. And when I took him to his one year physical check up, they had a chart of shapes and he still couldn't see the bottom lines. We will get there. Since he still has issues recognizing letters, this is a process for us to figure out what is the best prescription for him.


I have had glasses since I was in seventh grade. My mom has had glasses since she was a toddler, so glasses just run in our family. When my son got his new glasses, they told us a few helpful tips on how to take care of eyeglasses that I thought I would share with all of you because some of these even I didn't know!