Friday, January 4, 2013
Hello everyone. Due to some issues with facebook falsely blocking my url as "abusive" or "spam", and after no less 5 unsuccessful attempts to get the problem fixed, I have decided to transfer to a new link. I'm keeping things pretty much the same, same layout and everything--you might not even notice a difference if I didn't tell you! But I probably won't be posting much anymore on this url, so I'd like to invite you to follow me at my new url HERE.
My facebook, twitter, pintrest and Google+ accounts still remain the same, but GFC and email subscribers are not able to be transferred. :-( If you would like to resubscribe at my new location, it would be very much appreciated!
By the way, starting tomorrow, I'll be posting a new giveaway every day until Christmas Eve (at the new location) so make sure you don't miss out!
Thursday, January 3, 2013
This post brought to you by No nonsense. All opinions are 100% mine.
I was recently sent a pair each of No nonsense tights and leggings to try out. One was a pair of red leggings and the other was a pair of black tights.
My style is pretty casual. I mostly wear jeans and a T-shirt. one some occasions (such as church) I have to dress a little nicer. Sometimes I dress somewhere in between. I don't really wear tight-fitting things. I'm just too self-conscious for that.
So I have to admit I was a little wary of the red leggings, since they are made to "hug" your body. Howver, I think I might have found a way to make it work. I put them together with brown boots and a long, white tunic like sweater, and I think it was a pretty good look.
I was also sent a pair of black tights. These tights had a patterned, lacy look to them. I have never gravitated toward the patterned tights, but I have to admit I kind of liked these. They were a little different from my normal look, but it wasn't too extreme.
No nonsense has been around for a while and they are usually my go-to when I'm in the market for panty-hose, since they are so affordable. No nonsense products are easy to find. They are available in many food and drug stores as well as mass retailers. Did I mention they are affordable? :-)
Another thing to note is that No nonsense has a new spokesperson. Jill Martin will be the new brand ambassador for No nonsense. Jill Martin is the co-author of the New York Times style guide "I Have Nothing to Wear!" as well as the New York correspondent for Access Hollywood. Jill Martin know how to make the most out of a wardrobe without spending a fortune, which is what No nonsense is all about.
Saturday, December 29, 2012
I recently got the opportunity, via tomoson.com, to try some car decals from Vinyl Disorder. I was asked to select one of their family kits for review, so just for fun, we went with the ATAT's, being the "Star Wars nerds" we are. :-)
The picture above is what was in our family car decal kit. It was just right for our family of 4. Here is kinda what it would look like in the window.
Vinyl Disorder has these great family car decals. There are several themed family kits with sports, hobbies, feet and other fun symbols. You can also get the traditional "stick fugure" families. You can even get custom car decals.
Besides the car decals, Vinyl Disorder has all kinds of room decorating kits, wall quotes, and funky art to dress up any room. They also have glow-in-the-dark wall stickers and custom design T-shirts.
Vinyl Disorder uses high quality vinyl (thus the name!) with a manufacturer outdoor rated life of 6+ years. They are commited to a fast turnaround time and your decals are printed just before shipment, which leads to longer life expectancy. Vinyl Disorder decals can be placed on any smooth, hard surface, such as walls, cars, windows, etc. Ways to follow, order from and keep up with Vinyl Disorder:
And now, Vinyl Disorder wants to give a set of their family car decals to one of my readers! All you have to do is enter the giveaway below. Open to the US. Ends 1/21 Good luck everyone!
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*I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.*
Saturday, December 15, 2012
Welcome to the 25 Days of Christmas Blogshare. Every day from November 29th through December 25, there will be a different holiday themed blog post and a new giveaway hosted by one of the great bloggers working hard to bring you this event.
Today's post is from Simply Raising 8, and here is a sample of what is to come:
Friday, December 14, 2012
We also randomly choose a Featured host each week from the Lovin' The Readers linky. This week we are featuring Chrissy from How We Learn at Home.
We are so glad you stopped by. Please leave a comment if you link up and we will be sure to stop by and follow back.