Hi. My name is Aaronica and I’m a subscription box junkie. When I found out about eco-friendly subscription boxes, I nearly cried tears of joy. Yes, I love them just that much!
It’s no secret that I’m out here multi-tasking my life in order to achieve greatness. As a full-time blogger with multiple sites, contributor to others, Ergobaby Brand Ambassador, homeschooling, sewing mom of 3, efficiency and time management are my super powers. But in this post here, we’re talking about one of the things that increases my efficiency for blogging.
I was 11 when I first got my period. I still remember it to this day. I must have read “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.” at least a dozen times in preparation for my big day. I’d read some book that talks about how different cultures celebrate puberty and periods with young girls so when it happened, I knew what it was.
**Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post on behalf of OMD. All thoughts, opinions, and inches lost to waistline are my own.
When it comes to doing what’s best for your health, waistline, and planet, you shouldn’t have to decide what’s more important. In truth, all of these things are pretty high on the totem pole of importance for me which is why I love the premise behind OMD: Change The World By Changing One Meal A Day. Written by Suzy Amis Cameron, OMD gives an easy to digest way of diving into the plant-based diet.
When Extreme Couponing came on whatever channel it was on, I, like everyone else, was fully engaged in the show. Watching these people cut coupons then go into a store and rack up a bill that was in the hundreds only to have the store owing them money was amazing to me. During this time it wasn’t in my time budget to coupon clip and look at circulars. But when I was on maternity leave with baby #2, I thought I’d take a stab at it as a means of saving money for my family.
Unless you’ve been dancing to the newest CardiB album under a rock like me, you already know that the recession is coming. Is it here yet? Nope. Is it definitely coming? The official financial analysts that seem to know all the things about finances seem to agree that come the fourth quarter of 2019 to the end of 2020, we will see yet another recession hit our economy. But it’s not here yet so you still have time to recession-proof your life.
**This is a sponsored post with The American Cleaning Institute. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I’m pretty sure that most of us will agree that laundry is our nemesis when it comes to keeping a clean home. No matter how often you do it, it just never seems like it’s done. And then there are SO many steps to making sure it’s complete–gathering, sorting, washing, drying, folding and then putting away. While it’s a never-ending task that many of us despise, it’s really important to make sure that we’re keeping this task safe when you have children. Packets Up! is an initiative that helps to do just that.
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The other day we were driving down the neighborhood and it occurred to me that our holiday decor could really be leveled up. Sure, we have our cute little elf outside and one of those projectors with some snowflakes on the house but across the street from me? Man. Their holiday decor is next level with blow up reindeer and such.
This is a sponsored post from MomeezChoice. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Confession: This is the busiest time of the year that I’ve yet to experience with my children. Mini is preparing for her first Nutcracker performance AND robotics competition all happening the same weekend. Abc is, well, a four-year-old. And BC is an inquisitive 1-year-old who is trying to get into all the things. We’ve been experiencing late nights, full days, and lots of running around. Oh, did I mention that my husband happened to get called out of town for work giving me a week’s notice to figure out how to manage all this plus work and keeping kids healthy?