I know how much you all love my giveaways so I wanted to share with you another great place to find some amazing sweepstakes to enter. It is called Sweepstakes Max and it is chock full of sweepstakes, some of which I am going to be entering in just a few moments. Some of the features are:
When you have a sleeping child (or hey even my mother) have you ever noticed that the door always gets slammed shut? It happens every single time no matter what! I have tried all sorts of things to help prevent this including putting clothing over the door so it would catch-all the way. Then I came across the Cushy Closer and I was amazed!
Be sure that you enter the Pine-Sol National Sweepstakes ! Remember I told you all about it and how you can enter multiple times? Well let me remind you about the prizes and how to enter:
People en Español subscriptions are awarded weekly and participants are automatically entered to win the Grand Prize Trip for Two.
Disasters happen all the time, and everyone needs to be prepared. Cutting corners on insurance coverage is never smart. That being said, the cost of good insurance is enough to give anyone sticker shock. Fortunately, there are practical ways to lower your insurance premiums without sacrificing quality of coverage.
I have been telling you for a while about the wonderful 2013 Nissan Sentra and the great Facebook promotion that Nissan has going on right now. Well this is it, your final chance to enter to win some great prizes. I will tell more in just a bit but first I want to remind you all about the fabulousness that is the 2013 Nissan Sentra! A few features include:
If you don’t already know I have TMD which is emporomandibular disorders. The dentist discovered it earlier this year when I was in South Carolina and had to have dental surgery. TMD is where the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the hinge joint that connects the lower jaw (mandible) to the temporal bone of the skull, which is immediately in front of the ear on each side of your head is damaged.
When a baby cries inconsolably for long periods for many days or nights, it is a sign of colic. Colic occurs in the first few months of life when baby’s digestive system is still adjusting to life outside the womb. Symptoms sometimes occur after mealtimes. Signs of colic include, bloated tummy, gas, frequent spit ups, disrupted sleep patterns, inconsolable crying. During the episodes baby’s back may be arched, knees may be pulled to the chest, fists may be clenched and the arms and legs may flail. Symptoms may cease after a bowel movement or after passing gas.
I mentioned a few weeks ago about tart cherry juice drinks from Cheribundi:
Sometimes it takes regular people to stumble upon a really good thing. That’s how cheribundi™ was created: snacking on tart cherries eased a regular person’s back pain. This anecdotal cure was researched by food scientists at Cornell University who not only uncovered the benefits of tart cherries, but also developed a proprietary juicing process so all the cherry-goodness and nutrients could be delivered in a great tasting juice.