Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Inspired By Finn :: Giveaway Winner!

Tis the season to forget about everything you have to do right???  Sorry I haven't posted the winner we go....drumroll please.....

Tiffany said...
I subscribe too!

Congrats Lady! Email me with your address and phone number and I'll pass it along to the great folks at Inspired by Finn! For the rest of you....take advantage of the 20% off by using the code BLOG.

Merry Christmas everyone! I'll be back after the New Year with some fun new Giveaways and Reviews!!!

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Mabels Labels WINNER!!!

Sorry it took me so long to choose a winner...things have just been CRAZY over here.  So, here we go.....

Our winner is #19, Lori who said:

Lori said...
I wish I knew how to tweet. I guess I should learn. Do I do it from my phone??? Teach me, Kim! :) These Mabels Labels are fantastic. We're living out of boxes in grandma's basement and slowly converting boxes to all tupperware. These labels sure would make my cateloging a lot easier. Pick me! Pick me! I think I subscribed and am now a follower, too. I'm so bad at this stuff. You know me.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Mothering Magazine Winner

And the winner is lucky #4, Tawnya!  I am really excited to gift you this subscription.  Tawnya is finding her way in attachment parenting as she is realizing that she is parenting much differently than she thought she would!

Email me with your info and I will buy your subscription for you!  Congratulations!!!

If you love Mothering but can't afford the subscription price, check out the digital subscription.  It is the full magazine delivered to your inbox!

Inspired By Finn :: Giveaway!

When I was in Chicago this summer so many people cooed and drooled on over my baby.  I mean, really, how could they not?

What every person said to me though was, "Oh! She has a necklace too! That is SO cute!".  I would then explain that it is not only cute, but functional!!!!

I am sure you've heard about amber teething necklaces before, but just in case you haven't here it goes ;)

Historically, Baltic Amber has been used in Europe as a natural and traditional remedy and curative for many ailments for centuries. Long ago it was considered one of the leading ‘medicines’ of its time. Baltic Amber is the most esteemed amber in the world, and the healing qualities of Baltic Amber make it unlike any other type of amber found in the world.
When baltic amber is worn on the skin, the skin’s warmth releases trace amounts of healing oils from the amber. These oils contain succinic acid and are absorbed into the skin.
Baltic Amber has some of the highest concentrations of Succinic Acid found in nature, and this is what makes it so special. Succinic Acid is a natural component of plant and animal tissues, and it's presence in the human body is beneficial in many ways.

When I was 10 weeks pregnant with Libby, we moved into a new house, I had morning sickness, was getting over Influenza Type A and Amelia was getting all 4 molars at the same time.  Something had to give.  I bought an Amber Teething Necklace and thought, "Well, even if it doesn't work, it's not that expensive and is cute".  I was pleasantly surprised when it did work!

Since then I have used it when my kids have body aches, growing pains, or just need a little extra oomph.  Baltic amber isn't just used for teething babies anymore.  It also can help in the following ways:

  • Strengthens the body's immune system -
In many different and subtle ways, succinic acid helps boost the body's own natural healing ability and immune system.
  • Restoring Energy –

The human body naturally produces succinic acid. The salt of succinic acid (succinate) is one of the most active substances in the processes of cellular respiration and intercellular energy creation. Succinic acid restores oxygen and energy supply to depleted cells and helps the body return to a normal, functioning state.
Succinate is a raw material and a catalyst in the Krebs Cycle which is one of our main sources of energy. During the Krebs Cycle carbohydrates, fats, and proteins are metabolized for energy.
  • Maintaining Wellness -
When the human body reacts to stress, the body’s cells begin to use oxygen more quickly. Oxygen plays a central role in the intercellular creation of energy, and a lack of oxygen can result in feeling lethargic.
Oxygen is alkaline-forming in the blood and maintaining a slightly alkaline blood ph helps keep us healthy. Whenever the body functions in a state of low oxygen, it is much more susceptible to illness.

  • To help break a cycle of (chronic) inflammation -
Where chronic inflammation is present, disease lurks.
When the body’s cells are chronically inflamed the human body’s immune system response is to increase production of free radicals. Chronic overproduction of free radicals results in inflammatory-related disease. Chronic inflammation is a common denominator of many seemingly unrelated diseases.

I bought my first teething necklace from Inspired By Finn.  This is a Hyena Cart store started by a Mama who wanted to make things to help other families.  She now makes amber and hazelwood necklaces, bracelets and earrings.

The great folks at Inspired By Finn have offered to giveaway a necklace size 16 inch or smaller to one of you!!!  This is a great stocking stuffer for that little one in your life.

To enter, go on over to Inspired by Finn and tell me what your favorite item is.  Pretty easy eh?

To get additional entries you can...
1. tweet this
2. blog about it
3. post on facebook about it
4. follow this blog
5. subscribe to this blog.

I will choose a winner at random on Monday, December 21 at 9pm MST

That's not all though.  They are also offering a 20% discount to all of you!!!  Just enter "blog" at checkout and get your discount.

***Disclaimer: Due to the new CSPIA Guidelines Inspired By Finn can not recommend these necklaces for anyone under the age of 3.  They are not recommending using it for babies, I am.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

LOL With Mabels Labels

A couple of weeks ago I got a package in the mail from my friends at Mabels Labels.  There were 3 packages of their newest Label Out Loud Labels, one for each of my hooligans children.  I was so excited! 

"Just like our Classic Sticky Labels, our Label Out Loud™ Sticky Labels are fantastic for toys, bottles, dishes and more, providing that famous Mabel's Labels durability in an exciting NEW look!"

My kids were THRILLED to get these also.  I have had to hide them so they don't label everything in the house though.  However, they were happy to have them on their Kleen Kanteens.  And let me tell you, these labels are super durable.  They take their Kanteens everywhere we go, and they get dirty, dropped, washed, you name it it happens.  They are not coming off.  I love them.

Now my darlings, for day 2 of giveaways....

Mabels Labels has generously offered to give one of you a set of their newest LOL Labels!  Go on over to Mabels Labels and check out all they have to offer (and they have A LOT!).  Let me know what your favorite product of theirs is and how these labels would make your life better.  That is entry number 1.

For additional entries...
To get additional entries you can...
1. tweet this
2. blog about it
3. post on facebook about it
4. follow this blog
5. subscribe to this blog.

Easy peasy.  As always, leave a comment for each entry otherwise you will only get one.  I will choose a winner at random on Thursday, December 10 at 9pm MST.

**Mabels Labels did not ask me to write a review about this and did not send me the labels to get a review, I did it of my own accord.  However, they are sponsoring the giveaway.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Mothering Magazine Review and Giveaway

Welcome December!  To ring in this month, I have some awesome reviews and giveaways for you, my darling friends.

My first review is something that is near and dear to my heart; a 1 year subscription to Mothering Magazine.  Shortly after Emma was born, my sister-in-law gave me a subscription to this magazine and in the last 7 years I have had a continuous subscription, save 1 year when we couldn't afford it.

Mothering is a different kind of parenting magazine.  It focuses more on natural parenting and less on the mainstream.  In their statement of purpose they state:

"Mothering celebrates the experience of parenthood as worthy of one's best efforts and fosters awareness of the immense importance and value of parenthood and family life in the development of the full human potential. As a readers' magazine, we recognize parents as the experts and wish to provide truly helpful information upon which parents can base informed choices.
Mothering is like no other publication. We are an original. Born in 1976 out of the need for the natural family community to learn about raising healthy children, Mothering was the birthplace of the natural family lifestyle.
Read in more than 65 countries, Mothering is the only independently owned, family living magazine in the world. We address contemporary health, personal, environmental, medical, and lifestyle issues in an upbeat, intelligent, compassionate, and courageous way.
Each issue contains philosophical inspiration and practical advice about family living. Topics are as diverse as circumcision, vaccinations, organic foods, childhood illnesses, home birth, ear infections, parenting teens, web site information, midwifery, and homeopathy.
Mothering is a family. We have an independent editorial spirit unmatched in the industry and a readership that is unmatched in responsiveness. Readers who read Mothering share many of the same values. Nowhere else will you find such proactive, passionate, and highly educated readers. In the pages of Mothering you will find an environment of credibility, trust, and authority. "

I absolutely adore this magazine.  Finding myself not choosing conventional ways of giving birth and parenting, I felt a bit lost when reading Parent's magazine.  Not that it isn't a good mag, it just didn't cater to what I was curious about.

So, Mothering was a breath of fresh air for me.  There have been numerous articles that I have earmarked and shared with other Moms.  Articles about vaccinations, breastfeeding, home birth, baby wearing, circumcision...the list goes on and on.  What I love though is that, while they are fabulous articles that get me thinking, they are very factual and have many studies and resources to back them up.

When you follow the link to Mothering (because, come on, I know you will) you will see that it is so much more than a magazine.  There are discussion forums also that you can join.  I have loved being part of the different due date forums when pregnant with Seth and Amelia (no time when I had Libby!), and popping in now and then for advice and to join a chat.

There is so much to learn there and I want to share it with one of you!  I am giving away a subscription to Mothering Magazine to one of you.  Mothering is not paying me to do this, in fact they have no idea that I am doing this.  I just love the mag and know that you will too.

So, to enter to win this all you have to do is leave me a comment.  I want to know how you incorporate gentle parenting into your everyday life and why.
To get additional entries you can...
1. tweet this
2. blog about it
3. post on facebook about it
4. follow this blog
5. subscribe to this blog.

Leave a comment for each additional entries.  If you leave one comment with all of your entries, you will only get one entry.

I will choose a winner on Tuesday, December 7 at 9pm MST.

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Cyber Monday and Mabel's Labels

I just got an email that I wanted to share with you.  My darlings at Mabels Labels are having a Cyber Monday sale!!!

Regular Price: $18.50, sale price $12.95

40% off Selected Write-On! Stationery, in choice of Bzzz or Cowpoke designs
Regular Price $34, sale price $20.40

While you're there, make sure you check out the Label Out Loud labels....and then come back here next week to win some! ;)

***Mabels Labels did not pay me a cent to write this, just passing along great savings to my friends!

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Busytown Mysteries, it's a HIT!

Recently the One2One Network sent me a copy of two episodes in the new series, Busytown Mysteries.  These cartoons are based on Richard Scarry's Busytown Books.  I was so excited because I loved these books as a child, and my children love them now!

Now, my children don't watch much TV at all.  Really, it is pretty rare that I let them watch anything at all, and when they do I want to be sure it is educational.  This definitely fits the bill.

Each program is made up of two 11 minute segments and follow the lives of the most beloved Scarry characters, Huckle Cat and Lowly Worm, as they solve many everyday mysteries of Busytown.  Where is Mr. Frubmle's pickle car?  The Busytown kids will find out!  How can they help a lost parrot find it's owner?  Leave it to Huckle and friends to solve the case!  Busytown Mysteries engages children with fun storylines nad loveable characters, while introducing them to deductive reasoning skills.  Who?What?Where?When?Why?How?

Not only is this a great program, but it is something I don't mind letting my kiddos watch.  It is on Saturday mornings, and you can be sure my two were up early wanting to watch Huckle and his pals!  You can go here to find out when it is showing where you live.

Not only can you watch the programs on Saturday morning, but they have a fun interactive website for the kiddos also.

Don't just take my word for it though, listen to my kids!  When I asked them what they thought of it here were their responses.
Seth: It's double thumbs up! (that's as high a compliment you can get from him!)
Amelia: I like when they go to the library and I like the dragon, the dragon part is cool Mom.

So there you have it folks, awesome new shows on CBS Saturday Mornings! 

Enjoy, and you're welcome ;)

Monday, November 9, 2009

Cheer Review and Giveaway :: Fight the Dingies! **WINNER**

I have really loved reading your responses as to how you brighten the lives of others.  I know it is not always easy to talk about what we do well, but you all did fabulous!

Using, I have come up with lucky #9!

Elizabeth said...
I brightened my new neighbor's day with a loaf of cranberry bread this morning!

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Sorel Boots; a Review

I live in Utah.  Did you know that?  Did you also know it is the home of the greatest snow on earth?  Did you also know it gets super cold and winter goes from October to May?  Yeah, Utah.  Not the place I wanted to end up, but I am here and am trying to make the best of it.

When we decided to bury Emma here, I knew I would need some good "cemetery shoes".  You know, the kind that will keep my feet warm and dry when I need to spend hours at her grave?  Yep, those kinds.  And since, as I mentioned before, I live in the snow laden mountains, I have needed something to fit the bill.

I have made due the last 5 winters with some shoes from Target.  They kept my feet dry, but not warm.  This year, I have been given a pair of these, Hoonah boots from Sorel.

To say I was excited is an understatement.  Finally, I have something to keep my feet warm and dry this winter.  These are perfect for taking my kids about town, walking the boy to school, even paired with a skirt they are cute.

These boots come in two colors, the one shown above is actually a little more a camel color in person, or in black.  Some of my favorite features are the waterproof full-grain leather uppers to keep your feet dry, the rock pile fleece lining to keep my feet warm and the 100g. Thinsulate Insulation just for fun!  The molded EVA comfort footbed that can be taken out if needed is another great feature.  I love how easy on and off they are, with a zipper on the inside of the boot.  I will not be slipping and sliding all over the place in these boots either, with a traction enhancing multi-directional rubber lug outsole, these are super sturdy!

Thanks to Sorel, I will be warm and dry for many years to come.  These quality boots will last for many years, which is one of the many great features of Sorel boots.

I love these so much, that we are going to buy my husband some Sorels for him this winter.  He walks to and from work everyday, so he needs something that he can walk to work in and wear at work. 

Go check out their new website and see the great options to keep you warm and dry this winter.  What is your favorite design?  What feature do you look for in a boot?

If you are needing something this winter, you definitely should invest in Sorels, you won't be disappointed.

***This is a compensated review from Sorel, however even if I hadn't been given these great boots to review, I would have bought them and reviewed them anyway!***

Monday, October 19, 2009

Flu, Flu, What Do You Do?

It is that time of year again. Everywhere you turn you hear about the dangers of the flu season. There are debates all over the internet about whether to get the flu vaccine or not. And that isn't even considering all of the H1N1 debate.

Personally, we don't do flu shots. I had Influenza Type A when I was first pregnant with Libby and while it was the sickest I have ever been, it is very likely that had I had a shot, I would have gotten sick anyway. Instead, I choose to use natural remedies and good old preventative measures to keep us healthy.

I have long been a believer in and user of homeopathic remedies. I feel that it is a safe alternative and a great way to keep my family healthy. I use Chamomile for teething, Calms Forte for my anxious kiddos, Pulsatilla to turn a stubborn breech baby, Arnica for bruises and sore muscles...the list goes on and on.

Boiron was kind enough to send me three remedies to get ready for this cold and flu season.

Cold Calm Pellets
- for treating the symptoms of the common cold

Children's Chestal
- for those nasty coughs

Children’s Oscillococcinum - for flu symptoms including the fever, aches and pains that come with it.

Luckily my children are mostly healthy right now (except for the SUPER teething that one is going through), but I feel so much better knowing now that I have this at my disposal.

I think that medicine is great when you need it. I am also so glad that I have the option to treat my family in a more natural and less invasive way.

What about you? What do you do? Are you a hard core flu vaccine getter, or take more of a wait and see approach?

Remember, be kind and respect everyone's opinions, even if they are not similar to your own.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Holy Costume Set GIVEAWAY!!!!

Do your kids love to dress up? Mine do. Over on Grosgrain, she makes some fantastic costumes and outfits. I can not pass up this one. She is giving away this hand made Queen of Hearts and Alice in Wonderland Set! Amazing!!! Go check it out!!!

Queen of Hearts and Alice in Wonderland Costume Set GIVEAWAY!!!!

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Sabra Hummus WINNER!

Wow, so many great entries. I wish I could give each of you some delicious hummus!!! The winner is....

Number 34!

ZDub, my darling friend Zakary (who I had the pleasure of meeting in Chicago at BlogHer and who looks like Kyra Sedgwick but I bet is a lot nicer than Kyra, not that Kyra wouldn't be nice, but Zakary is SO nice) is the WINNER!!!

So my darling, email me your info and I'll pass it along and get you your prize!!!

As for the rest of you, go get some hummus and you will know that you are truly each winners.


Monday, October 12, 2009

Harry Connick Jr. WINNER!!!

Oh how I wish I had a CD for each and every one of you. I loved reading your comments and seeing that I am not the only one with a HUGE crush on Harry!!!!

The lucky winner, according to is #5!
nicole lindsay said...

i love upbeat music, and music that makes you feel good.

Email me Nicole and I'll get your information to One2One Network for your CD!!!

Everyone else, make sure you check in here often, I am planning some nice big giveaways and reviews!!!!

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Once in a Blue Moon Review

I love to read. Obviously, otherwise I wouldn't read as many blogs as I do. I love a good book, the escapism of it all. It is so relaxing for me to get lost in a good book. I have been like this for as long as I can remember. When I was a little girl it was "Sweet Valley Twins" and "The Babysitter's Club". As I grew up I graduated to Stephen King and V.C. Andrews. Into my adulthood I have gone through favorites like Nicholas Sparks, Barbara Kingsolver, Jodi Picoult and Audrey Niffenegger.

Yes, I love to read. I was approached by the One2One Network about a month ago with the opportunity to get a copy of Once in a Blue Moon by Eileen Goudge. Ms. Goudge is the New York City-based author of The Diary, Domestic Affairs, Woman in Red, One Last Dance, Garden of Lies and Thorns of Truth.

I like books with characters I can relate to, a story I can get lost in, and one that sticks with me after I'm done reading it. After reading the excerpt of the book, I was ready to read it.

Sisters Lindsay and Kerrie Ann have known hardship from an early age. Without guidance from their neglectful mother, their only aid came from an unlikely source, a retired exotic dancer by the name of Miss Honi Love. When the girls’ mother was sent to prison, Miss Honi tried unsuccessfully to save them from being separated and sent into foster care.

Thirty years later, Lindsay is still trying to reconnect with her sister. The owner of a bookstore in the sleepy California seaside town of Blue Moon Bay, she was lucky enough to have been adopted by a loving couple. Unbeknownst to her, Kerrie Ann has suffered a very different life. Bounced from one foster home to the next, she ran away as a teenager before becoming a drug-addicted single mother. Now, newly sober, Kerrie Ann is fighting to regain custody of the little girl who was taken from her.

Neither sister’s expectations are met when they’re finally reunited. But as the two sisters engage in the fiercest battles of their lives, they are at last drawn together despite their differences, restoring belief in the unshakable bond of family.

This book was a little difficult for me to get into, but once I did, I was hooked. There were fun twists and turns in the story. Some things were pretty predictable, and all the ends were tied up nicely at the end.

Despite that, I really enjoyed this book and am sure you will too. This book was released on October 6, so it is available in stores everywhere NOW! So...go buy it...TODAY!

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Sabra Hummus Review and Giveaway

So, if you read my Prairie Mama blog (and really, I know you do!) you know that I had a FABULOUS party this last Saturday. I invited some of my nearest and dearest to come feast on great food and get away from Mommy duties for a couple of hours.

The great people at Sabra Hummus gave me the kick in the rear end I needed to put this party together. With coupons for 4 containers of Hummus and a $25 MasterCard gift card, it was perfect party fixin's.

I decided to take a trip through the Mediterranean for our feast. First stop was Greece where our lovely hummus and pitas awaited us. I bought the three varieties that my grocery store carried; roasted red pepper, roasted garlic and classic. The favorite by far was the roasted red pepper. All three varieties were so creamy and tasty. One friend commented that she could actually taste the tahini in the hummus. It was as close to homemade as I have ever eaten. The least favorite was the roasted garlic. My sister claimed it was too garlicky. So, there you have it. If you like garlic, that one is for YOU!

As for the rest of the meal...well you'll just have to go read about it over here!

Now, I mentioned before about the great folks at Sabra and the wonderful party pack they gave me. They want to do the same for one of you!!!

I have a party pack with 4 coupons for hummus and a $25 MasterCard gift card for one lucky winner!

To enter this contest you need to leave a separate comment for each:

1. Go to Sabra's website and tell me which flavor looks most enticing.
2. Follow this blog.
3. Subscribe to my feed.
4. Tweet about the contest.
5. Blog about the contest.

This contest will close on Tuesday October 13, at 9 PM Mountain Time.

Good luck!!!

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Harry Connick Jr. Review and Giveaway

I have long loved Harry Connick Jr. His voice just makes me melt and, well, he's not too hard to look at either.

When approached by the One2One Network about reviewing Harry's newest CD, Your Songs, I jumped at the chance. Like I said, I LOVE HARRY! His smooth, sultry voice is enough to lift my spirits, and this CD is no different.

This is a cover album, and oh how I love those. Especially when it is Harry covering greats like Frank Sinatra, Billy Joel, Nat King Cole, Elton John and so many others.

Album Tracklisting:

All The Way (Frank Sinatra)
Just The Way You Are (Billy Joel)
Can’t Help Falling In Love With You (Elvis Presley)
And I Love Her (The Beatles)
(They Long To Be) Close To You (The Carpenters)
Besame Mucho
The Way You Look Tonight
First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (Roberta Flack)
Your Song (Elton John)
Some Enchanted Evening
And I Love You So (Don McLean)
Who Can I Turn To? (Tony Bennett)
Smile (Charlie Chaplin)
Mona Lisa (Nat King Cole)

Harry teamed up with Clive Davis Jr. to create this fabulous album. Harry says, "Although I have wrestled with this for some time, I don't think that anyone's version of a great song, however classic, should preclude my singing it," he insists. "I respect the originals, but believe that there is always room for another interpretation. I take each song in its rawest form, as it appears on the sheet music, and go from there."

Not only is Harry a fabulous entertainer, but he also wrote each of the arrangements of the songs. Davis also suggested that Connick orchestrate the album, rather than turning arranging chores over to someone else. "I was fine with that, and even kind of excited," Connick admits. "To use a film analogy, it would have been like an actor showing up on a movie set, knowing that the director and producer had worried about everything else. But Clive persuaded me to do it myself." It was a wise decision, as Connick displays a unique and subtle manner of balancing the sensitivity of strings and the punch of his big band. "I have never really been able to do that kind of writing throughout an entire record," he acknowledges. "It's a more spacious approach, with the orchestra in service to the singing; and it was a kick to sing over those charts."

My children and I love listening to this album. Libby loves to dance to All The Way with me, and Seth and Amelia love Close To You. As for me, my favorites are when he does big band era songs; All The Way, The Way You Look Tonight, Who Can I Turn To, Smile and Mona Lisa. These songs were written for someone like Harry to sing.

My least favorite songs? Well, that's tough because I really do enjoy the whole album. However I am not a huge fan of The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face.

Not only did I get to review this album, but I get to give one of YOU a copy of your very own to drool over, er I mean enjoy!

To enter this contest leave me a comment telling me what your favorite genre of music is, pretty easy eh?
You want more chances? Well, I can do that!

1. Tell me your favorite genre of music.
2. Follow this blog.
3. Tweet about the contest.
4. Blog about this contest.
5. Friend Harry Connick Jr. on Facebook

There you go my friends, 5 chances to win this amazing album! I will choose a winner one week from today, October 12 at 9 PM MST. So, get your entry in and tell your friends!!

**Be sure to enter my contest to win Cheer Detergent by telling me how you brighten the lives of others!

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Cheer Up :: Fight the Dingies!

This is a compensated review from BlogHer and Cheer

I am the Mother to 3 small children. Three children who love markers, chalk, food, dirt, crayons, paint, dirt, mud, get the idea. My children's clothing goes through so much every day. I have some clothing that I thought were beyond help. You know the clothes, the ones that are so stained you can't give them to the Thrift Store but don't want to dress you child in them either. Yeah, I have a lot of those.

When I was approached by BlogHer Reviews and Cheer to try out the new Cheer Bright and Clean I was very excited. Remember I talked about those clothes that are so beyond help? The ones that are so dingy and dirty that I didn't think the stains would ever come out? Yeah, I was excited to put this to the test.

When my Cheer came in the mail I immediately put it to the test. It is great. The scent isn't overpowering which is good for me and my family. We don't like scented things, and I typically buy free and clear for that very reason. But, the fresh scent was just that, fresh. And those white shirts? Brighter. Seriously. I wouldn't lie to you. The stains, well most of them came out. I used the Cheer Bright and Clean as a pre-treater, and then washed them with it also. I am impressed. I am also sure that the other stains will come out if I use this detergent and a bit of elbow grease.

Cheer Bright and Clean is holding a contest for YOU! They want to know how YOU brighten the lives of others? What do you do? Do you volunteer in your community? Do you help stray kittens and puppies? Do you read to the blind? What do you do to brighten the lives of others?

You have eight opportunities to enter this contest. Go check out the other reviews of Cheer Bright and Clean and enter to win Detergent. Then you can see for yourself how the “dingies” can be fought at your house!

And, as if that wasn't enough, Cheer also has an instant win contest. Go on over here and play to win!

I can't wait to hear how you, my dear readers, brighten the lives of others because I know you brighten my day with every comment and visit. So, leave me a comment and enter this fabulous contest!


Hello there friends!!! I have been given some amazing opportunities for reviews, so I decided to start a review site for all of you! This site will be going through some cosmetic changes over the next few weeks, but please subscribe here for the amazing reviews and giveaways I will be hosting!!!

You ready?? Cause I am!