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Benefits of A Mud Mask: My Review of Adovia Dead Sea Mud Mask

Disclaimer: I received Adovia’s Dead Sea Mud Mask free of charge to use and share my experiences with my readers and supporters. Your skin is your body’s largest organ. It’s also the first thing that most people notice about you. It shields your bones, muscles, and blood vessels. Skin is so vital and I have committed to taking better care… Read more →

#BudgetingDivas: Why I Love The Ibotta App

I found out about the Ibotta app about a year ago, but have recently begun to utilize it regularly as part of my frugal shopping for groceries and personal items. I love this app! What is Ibotta? Ibotta is a free mobile application that you can download on your smartphone or tablet. You can find rebates on grocery items, restaurants, apparel,… Read more →

5 Things Women Leaders Have in Common #GuestPost

Every woman has a unique definition of success. But there’s no denying the fact that female frontrunners know how to make their careers and their personal lives work. They possess qualities that many women have – from passion to intelligence to logical thinking to nurturing abilities – and they use them to succeed, in arenas from business to politics and… Read more →

Canon is a great #GiftIdea this Holiday Season from Best Buy

The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free Are you still looking for last minute gift ideas for someone special on your holiday list? Canon has great products for just about everyone and can easily be purchased from Best Buy online or in their… Read more →

Little Things Long Remembered by Dr. Susan Newman

Some of my favorite and most memorable moments from childhood are the ones my parents have virtually no remembrance of. Why is that? Because they are the simple, every day things that they did to make each of us feel special and loved. While I love and enjoy planning “grand” surprises for my children, I’m constantly reminded that it’s the… Read more →

Life Goes On: Moving Forward

I’ve been unusually quiet the past month or so – on my blog, social media, everywhere. Life has a way of doing that to you. Days turn into weeks in a blink of an eye. One thing I’ve learned is that life goes on and we have to move forward. Even when every fiber of our being wants to stand… Read more →

Flirting With Love by Melissa Foster

I received a free copy of Flirting With Love written by Melissa Foster to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours. No other financial compensation was received and, as always, all opinions shared are 100% mine. NEW RELEASE Book #10 The Bradens, Love in Bloom Series #20 Elisabeth Nash has spent years dreaming of returning to the small town of Trusty, Colorado,… Read more →

Make Money With Facebook Groups by Abbie Unger #Review

Abbie Unger provided me with a free copy of her new e-book Make Money with Facebook Groups in exchange for my honest review. As always, I only share products and information that will benefit my readers – personally and/or professionally. Recently I have had the opportunity to connect with some pretty awesome divas that are doing great things.  Abbie Unger… Read more →

Game of Love by Melissa Foster FREE through December 5, 2014

Grab yourself this ‘RED HOT’ bargain while it lasts! Game of Love by New York Times Bestselling Author Melissa Foster FREE (1st – 5th December only) From the Award Winning Love in Bloom Series Book #1 The Remingtons Read My Review of Game of Love By Clicking Here Get your FREE copy of Game of Love by @Melissa_Foster through Dec… Read more →

Conversations With My Teen Son #VoicesForOurSons

My oldest son and I were driving together recently and I decided to take advantage of the rare occasion that it was just the two of us, he wasn’t engrossed in a book or video game and he was in a chatty mood. “Did you all have any discussions in school yesterday about what’s going on in Ferguson?” “Yes ma’am.… Read more →

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals For Bloggers #GiftGuide #CyberMonday #BlackFriday

While most of my family and friends are scouring the sales papers to look for deals and steals for new appliances, boots and the latest and greatest whatevers, this blogging diva is excited about the awesome specials for Black Friday and Cyber Monday on upcoming conferences, digital cameras and marketing material. This list will be updated throughout the holiday season… Read more →

Life Lessons In Gratitude #Divas2Divas

Welcome to our first bi-weekly Divas To Divas post. I would like to take a moment to thank each of the ladies participating in this newest feature of Divas With A Purpose. We have a diverse group of divas that have committed to sharing their experiences and insight on different topics that we, as women, face in our personal and… Read more →

How to incorporate positive thinking into your life

Having negative thoughts can play havoc on your life. They can bring you pain and worry. They drain your energy and keep you in the moment instead of being able to move past it. Positive thoughts, though, can help you see solutions to a problem, help you move forward and leave you feeling relaxed and full of energy. Knowing what… Read more →

Ways to Support Small Business Saturday

Have you heard of Small Business Saturday? The very first Small Business Saturday was held in 2010 on November 27th. The concept was simple – to encourage consumers to support their local small businesses the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Founded by American Express, the day received the support of our government leaders and became an official day recognized by the US… Read more →

My #RSVAwareness Story #Sponsored #PreemieProtection #MC

I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for MedImmune. I received product samples to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation. All three of my children are the impatient sorts. From the start. I swear I have no idea where they get it from. (If I was you,… Read more →

5 Lessons I Learned From Being Broke

Years ago, I made a conscious decision to stop using the word “broke” to describe my financial status. Why? Well, I realized that I was applying the term not only to my finances, but it was impacting my overall attitude towards everything. I became obsessed (and depressed) by the fact that our funds were at what seemed like way past… Read more →

#FamilyTime: Family Baking Fun

Baking with my kids is always a treat.  It’s a time for us to spend time together, talk and learn together. “As a mother of triplets, simplicity is key,” said Christine Garboski, Manager at the Nestl Culinary Center. “Fun, easy recipes teach cooking basics and inspire creativity.” Thanks to our fun monthly Potstickers box and our regular routine of “making”… Read more →