Showing posts from April, 2012

::Closed:: What Lurking Under Your Kitchen Sink?

The Winner is: Angie!

Spring is in the air and I’m in the mood to clean. With little kids and pets in the house I try my best to use the safest products as possible. I’m always on the look out to try out products that are not only safe for my family, but good for the enviorment as well.  I was ask to review a Shaklee Get Clean kit in honor of Earth day this year.  The Company: We believe that health isn't just about what you put in your body; it's about everything around you. We bring you a full line of natural and nontoxic cleaning choices that are Safe for You, Your Home, and Your Planet®called Get Clean®. ·         No harmful fumes or hazardous chemicals. ·         Outperforms 20 national leading brands. ·         You would spend $3400 for ready to use cleaners to get the same amount of clean found in the Get Clean Starter Kit!* ·         Features Basic H2® Organic Super Cleaning Concentrate - just 1/4 tsp. makes 16oz. of all-purpose cleaner for only 3 cents. ·         And when…

The God Box ::Book Review::

When we walk our spiritual path in life, we all find our different ways to communicate and get our thoughts and prayers out. We struggle with everyday stress and feelings of helplessness and anxiety. How do we find the strength inside ourselves to give it up to God and let go?

Mary Lou Quinlan's mother Mary Finlayson found the key inside herself. She found a way that helped her lift her burdens and prayers that she carried with her from day to day. She used her God box as a release of everything she needed to get out. Instead of dwelling on a prayer or something she worried about, she would write it down as if she was releasing this burden off her shoulders.
This books takes us on the journey of Mary Lou Quinlan discovering her mother all over again. She was close with her mother and knew her better then she knew herself. And with the help of her mothers' God Box Mary is able to see that her mother was more then what she was perceived to be. Being the strong unbreakable mother w…

Hunger Hits Home

Check out Hunger Hits Home  — a new documentary about childhood hunger in America premiering April 14 at 8pm/7c on Food Network. 
In this 1-hour special we take a first-hand look at the crisis of childhood hunger in America through the eyes of the parents, children, activists, educators and politicians on the frontlines of the battle. The program is presented by Food Network and Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Campaign.
For a guide with information about hosting your own viewing party, visit and click on DOWNLOAD GUIDE under “See it.”
Change begins with you.  See it. Share it. Support it.