Monthly Archive: November 2015

Nov 30

Simply Scratch: Solutions For Making Inexpensive, Healthy Meals For Your Family!

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I found Simply Scratch by Laurie McNamara fascinating, invigorating, positive proof that a busy working mom can create healthy, nutritious, delicious foods for her family, and especially her children to eat. McNamara makes it look easy. Creating healthy, not processed from a box or can foods for your family can be easy, and McNamara proves …

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Nov 30

Lone Star: Epic Love Story Should Be a Movie!

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Lone Star is Paullina Simons’ twelfth book written with what seems wild abandon, in a reckless, fevered pitch about four selfish, immature friends, who grow up over a four year span. A beautiful story that demands to be read until the very beautiful, wonderful, giving, incredible ending. SHOULD BE A MOVIE—- Lone Star is an …

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Nov 23

Become a Successful Momtrepeneur With Money Making Mom!!

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MONEY MAKING MOM BY CRYSTAL PAINE— Become a strong Momtrepeneur with Crystal Paine’s help!! Crystal Paine sounds like the female version of Dave Ramsey on steroids. Crystal comes across in Money Making Mom as a seriously happy mom who has it more than going on. She has lived the life of being poor as a …

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Nov 23

Manslice Monday: Walking Dead’s Rick Grimes Aka Andrew Lincoln

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MANSLICE MONDAY—How to survive a zombie apocalypse—- Andrew Lincoln portrays the self reliant, hero, Rick Grimes and longest living survivor on the seriously popular TV show, The Walking Dead. Lincoln really makes audiences believe he is former cop goes hardy/rational/lives through it all good looking zombie apocalypse survivor Rick Grimes. His character and the dynamic …

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Nov 22

Hello Life—Learn Something New Everyday!!

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HELLO LIFE BY MARCUS BUTLER—- Reading several blog-like chapters in Hello Life, I soon realized this is a super easy book to read that is really for a very specific audience(teens, young adults.) Not meant for me—an older mom, who has two kids. But guess what even a smart mom of two can learn something …

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Nov 19

THINKING THURSDAY: What I Like About You!

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THINKING THURSDAY—-MAKE LIFE BETTER— Something we all need to do everyday is to make family a priority. We all need a little reminder of what is really important. Take the stress out of everyday life by doing something seriously simple. Turn off all of those tech gadgets and tell all of your family members you …

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Nov 18

Best Book of 2015: Finding Jake

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Finding Jake by Bryan Reardon—-Essentially Reardon takes a horrific subject no parent willingly wants to talk about, puts it in front of us, and then explains how he figures out from all the clues he receives throughout his son Jake’s growing up years, exactly what happens to Jake. He explains in meaningful, endearing, loving, strong, …

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Nov 17

TACO TUESDAY: Bobby Flay’s Lemon Ricotta Fritters, and a review of Brunch at Bobby’s!

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BOBBY FLAY’S Brunch at Bobby’s—–REVIEW— I became immensely hungry simply looking at Bobby Flay’s latest recipe incarnation; Brunch at Bobby’s. The picture on the front of this delicious book does not do it justice. Flay has so many scrumptious looking breakfast foods to cook, that I’m thinking he should come to a certain mom’s house …

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Nov 16

MANSLICE MONDAY: BIG BANG’S RAJ; KUNAL NAYYAR

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MANSLICE MONDAY—KUNAL NAYYAR—- He’s young. He’s rich. He plays a well known character that has become part of millions of Americans’ homes for eight years now. He is Raj Koothrappali, aka Raj, or as known as his real name—Kunal Nayyar. He is also married to Miss India of 2006—they got married in 2011. The first …

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Nov 16

FIND OUT HOW STEPHEN KING’S WRITING HAS EVOLVED IN 1 BOOK; BAZAAR OF BAD DREAMS!

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BAZAAR OF BAD DREAMS-READ HOW STEPHEN KING’S WRITING HAS EVOLVED!!. Stephen King’s Bazaar of Bad Dreams is spine tingling scary. Bad Dreams is a compilation of numerous Stephen King short stories. I have always adored Stephen King’s writing, even though he shortened up his writing style in the last couple of years. Maybe he heard …

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