Cottonelle To Guarantee Freshness

I know that I have a personal cleanliness routine that most would think borders on being compulsive and a tad obsessive. I don’t have many “have tos” in my repertoire but being clean is definitely one of them. I like being able to “guarantee freshness”. What does that mean? I am not washing my hands to the point where Lady MacBeth would be “woah, Lee”. I just like being ready for anything like an impromptu gynecologist visit. Get it?

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An Epic Boogie. No, Wait… Epic And Boogie (And You Can Win A Trip)

We are a family with allergies. There are certain times of the year up here on our mountain that we wish we could live in a bubble. The pollen is so thick we need to wash it off our windows and hose down the house so we can breathe. One of the problems with allergies, especially when they are really awful, is that our noses get sore from the tissues we use. The boys have already boycotted several brands and their sleeves are not a great alternative. This is why Boogie Wipes are a godsend and their Boogie Mist is part of our defense against the dreaded sore noses.

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365 Sex Thrills – A Review

Recently we have been hearing about couples who committed to having sex every day for a year. The stories we have heard range from the women regaining their libido and the couples developing a deeper understanding to ‘I’m glad that’s over’. CoupleDumb supports a healthy sexual life. This includes being emotionally healthy. So, if you and your partner are in a good relationship and wondering what you can do to spice up your love life, look no further than the 365 Sex Thrills by Lisa Sweet.

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Talking Straight About Managing Menopause: The Good, The Bad, And The Sweaty

Recently, I celebrated my 30 year High School reunion. It was incredible to see all of my old friends and catch up. After a few rounds of reminiscing, the women started getting real and talking about the night sweats and mood swings. I thought it was amazing to think that I met these women when we were going through puberty and here we are discussing menopause! This is why when the makers of Estroven asked me to try their new product in honor of Menopause Awareness Month I said a very emphatic YES!

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Uncommon Goods Handbag

If you know me, you know that I have one obsession. I love bags. I love purses, suitcases, brief cases, luggage of all types. I am not a brand slave and know that there are some very cool companies out there making some amazing purses and luggage that would make any bagophile drool. So what did I think when I was sent the Magnolia purse from Alchemy Goods made from recycled bike inner tubes and seat belts from Uncommongoods.com? Let’s just say, I am in love and I don’t care who knows it.

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Stunner Of The Month

When I was 16, I bought a car. It wasn’t any old car. It was a Fiat 124 Sport Spider. The car was a powder blue and had a black convertible top. Due to the convertible nature of my car and the fact that I grew up in Southern California, the top was hardly ever up and the need for eye protection was imperative if I was going to drive in Los Angeles. I owned a million pairs of sunglasses back then, from Ray Bans to those cool aviator shades that had the leather protecting the side of your eyes. It was very 80s. Sunglasses are a must today and Stunner of the Month sent me a pair of glasses to review and look fabulous!

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BuildASign Helps Bring Back Relationship Rehab Plus A Giveaway

We are coming back. Yes, our webs series Relationship Rehab is returning after a too long sabbatical. One of the reasons that we are making this big announcement is that the people at BuildASign gave us a vinyl banner sign to review. What they didn’t know was that they would inadvertently light a fire under our collective butts. We were allowed to make any sign we wanted and decided to make our show background.

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Recipe Reader – A Giveaway

Our friends and family know one thing about us other than our fabulous hair and nauseating cuteness, we love to cook. In our family, Paul is the baker and I do all the hard stuff (don’t tell him I said that). We are always trying new things and finding new and exciting ways to jazz up our meals. This is why doing this feature is not only a pleasure but so exciting we have had a hard time keeping it to ourselves. Our fine friends at Key Ingredient sent us their Key Ingredient Recipe Reader to review and share with YOU!

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