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Breakfast Hacks with Pebbles Cereal

September 27, 2016 By · 7 Comments

Growing up we always loved getting the fun cereal (Fruity PEBBLES™ ) when we were allowed it, these were a special treat. As for me, my absolute favorite of the Pebbles Cereal family was actually the chocolate. Yeah I know it isn’t fruity but it is yummy, delicious chocolate. How can one resist chocolate?


Breakfast Hacks for the Busy Parent:

What are some of your breakfast hacks to make mornings go smoothly in your home? For me it is having them get everything ready the night before. I also lay out their bowls/spoons on the counter. They can choose between cereal or oatmeal, unless one of us has pre-made eggs for the week. Toss in a dozen eggs into a cupcake pan, mix it with milk and their favorite items (omelets) and they have a quick breakfast. Or grab a box of cereal bars if they are really running late. What are your hacks? [Read more…]

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Get Your Loot! It’s Talk Like a Pirate Day!

September 16, 2016 By · 6 Comments

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We discovered this day last year while working with a company. We’ll never miss it again. The best part is all the loot you can acquire on this very special day! Make sure to Get Your Loot! It’s Talk Like a Pirate Day! That’s right Matey’s if you go into several places on September 19th (Monday), you could end up with some treasures of your own. So don’t forget to grab up your pirate gear and head out, don’t forget the chatter either.

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Summer Movies for $1 at Regal

May 19, 2016 By · No Comments

Disclosure: I thought you’d want to know about the Summer movies deal, the company did not ask me to post this.  Affiliate links are in this post. 


Admission to the Summer Movie Express is only $1. Tickets available for purchase at the box office and all movies start at 10:00 am. Each week both movies play on both days. A portion of the proceeds goes to the Will Rogers Institute.

  • Week 1
    The Lego Movie
  • Week 2
    The Iron Giant: Signature Edition
  • Week 3
    The Smurfs 2
  • Week 4
    Despicable Me 2

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Pampers Coupon in Sunday Paper 5/15

May 13, 2016 By · No Comments

I’ve had five children so it isn’t hard to tell you the brand I know I can trust is Pampers. Pampers was given to me each time at the hospital from the staff. From those cute little tiny diapers to the training pants they would later use. I know all about using coupons especially after 10+ years of using diapers. Coupons always help so I”m excited to tell you this coupon will be in the Sunday paper this weekend. Get a bunch and save a ton on diapers. Whether your child was recently born and you need a little bit of help with the cost of diapers or you are trying to potty train them and still need them it all helps. 9ff58862-008a-4b96-b0eb-a6472980544b

Do you remember the first time your baby used Pampers? Print these out from Coupons.com  (currently coupons from $1.50 to $2) or purchase a few of  this Sundays paper (May 15th 2016).   This month’s coupon is for $2.50 OFF one Pampers Diapers or Training Pants. Get them while they lost. You never know how quickly they’ll go on the site.

Disclosure: This post and giveaway were made possible by iConnect and Pampers. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.

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5 Ways to Save at the Movies

January 12, 2016 By · 9 Comments


Many people think that watching movies costs a lot of money but the truth is it doesn’t have to break the bank. Sure, if you plan on going to a new release at a place like Regal or Cinemark it is going to cost you. But it doesn’t have to cost the full price. In fact it’ll normally come close to $50-$80 just for a pair of you, but if you take these steps you can come out with spending very little or not go at all and still have a great movie night.  I’ve been taking my family to the movies since each one were at least two weeks of age, so everything below is from personal experience. How often do you go to the movies?

Purchase Tickets at the Box Office:

How do you typically purchase your movie tickets? If you are taking your date or kids to the movies and wanting a new release the chances are you are paying a pretty penny. Purchase tickets at the box office instead of online will help you save money. Online places like Fandango, etc charge you a convenience fee that the box office will not. Go in the morning hours when no one else is headed to the theater for a cheaper ticket price.


You know all those movie matinees are sometimes half the price of a regular ticket. Be sure to call first to find out if your movie theater does in fact offer a matinee with reduced prices, not all of them do but many have it. (I just don’t think they want to tell you about it) If you call you can also find out what other days may be lower than the normal $15 per person ticket. I found out ours had $5 matinees every day before noon and $7 Tuesday Night movies. Talk about a great deal.  Don’t forget if you are bringing your children typically a child age 3 and younger are free. Woo hoo!

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