I'm always happy to find that a childhood favourite has held up to the test of time! As I mentioned in my Little Mermaid Diamond Edition giveaway post, we've been watching this classic on VHS for the last few years so I knew that the story line would still be every bit as magical as I remembered, but I was really interested to see what the difference would be in the quality of the Blu-Ray edition. The answer is that it's like being back at the theatre!
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Like most people I know, I hate to waste food. However, I'm also really bad about buying too much produce or fruit when I'm grocery shopping and then having some go bad before we can eat it. I'm also a bit of a recipe book junkie, so I couldn't say no when I was given the opportunity to review Mary Rolph Lamontagne's EATS: Enjoy All The Seconds.
“Wanting to eat diverse meals but not wanting to waste leftovers are no longer mutually exclusive,” said Mary Rolph Lamontagne. “I wanted to show Read more [...]
It should come as no surprise that our house is full of princesses. With 2 young daughters, we've got princess costumes, princess books, princess dolls, princess movies...the list just goes on and on. Luckily my husband is a good sport about it! I've always been a princess girl myself so we've been watching Sofia the First on Disney Junior since it premiered and I was happy to hear that Sofia was getting her first DVD.
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I know, I know, it's only October, but I'm already busy planning my 2013 Holiday Gift Guide! It can be so hard to find just the right present for everyone on your list, and I'm always looking for something perfect from Etsy or home-based businesses as well as products that I can buy at a store nearby.
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When I was deciding which universities to apply to back in high school, I was primarily looking at the location of the university and the programs that were offered, not the cost of tuition. Through a combination of savings from my parents, my own savings from part-time jobs during high school, scholarships and working part-time and over the summer breaks I was able to graduate with a bachelor's degree in commerce and zero student debt. This had a huge impact on my life because just 6 months Read more [...]