Halloween safety tips and myths

Halloween safety is a concern for every parent this time of year. Here are some helpful tips and also some myths discussed to make your Halloween Safety effective and still keep the fun in the holiday. Halloween Safety for your family this year includes not only being safe, but not falling victim to myths and…

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Kids Night at Disney’s Newsies – The Perfect Halloween

There will be way more treats than tricks this Halloween! The Kimmel Center Academy of Music will be featuring an extra-special KIDS NIGHT, next Friday night, Halloween.  Hosted by BEN-FM’s Marilyn Russell, the steps of the Academy will be filled with Halloween fun!  You’ll find a photo booth, Halloween goodies, and a performance by dancers…

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Walt Disney World Thanksgiving at the Last Minute

You have a to-do list the length of the Empire State Building, and the thought of cleaning the house that hasn’t been cleaned since last Thanksgiving is giving you panic attacks.  What the heck, you think to yourself.  Let’s do a Walt Disney World Thanksgiving! But wait.  You’ve heard that everything books months in advance….

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Review – Black Jesus on Adult Swim

Let’s start by saying, I am not a fan of adult swim.  I haven’t found any program on there that shares my sense of humor.  I won’t say I have a very refined humor palate, but I have progressed past funny farts and penis puns.  I could not even tell you what number channel I…

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Fakesgiving – Food and Friends to be Thankful For

Back in the early 90s, living in Florida away from family was tough.  We couldn’t always take time off during the holidays, so we spent quite a few Thanksgivings and Christmases by ourselves. We invented Fakesgiving as a way to celebrate when we had family or friends with us.  My dad and stepmom came down one…

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Sputnik Anniversary – Opportunity to Get Your Kids Interested in STEM

Who doesn’t love a good space story?  Today, October 4th, is the anniversary of the launch of Sputnik, the first artificial satellite, which was launched in 1957 by the Soviet Union.  As schools begin a push to bring interest to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) back to the classroom, anniversaries like this are great…

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Halloween Horror Nights or Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party?

When the leaves begin to change and the air has a bit of a chill, I know it’s time to start thinking about heading to Orlando to celebrate Halloween.  For our family, it’s almost always been Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.  I love the family friendly…

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Toddler Disney World tips what when and how

Thinking of taking a baby or toddler to Walt Disney World?  Use these tips for taking a toddler to Walt Disney World to help turn your stress to the start of making the magic happen! Toddler Disney World Tips #1 – What to Bring: Your own stroller – If you are flying, gate check the stroller…

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Gleam by Melanie Mills Review

  Testing out new makeup is always such a treat, but when you find one that you are thrilled to add to your makeup bag – well, that’s a winning day! I was thrilled to test the Body Radiance, Body Dust, and Lip Radiance products.  The Lip Radiance, in Pop My Cork color, was a…

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Monk Fruit In the Raw #InTheRawParty

As a “recovering” diabetic, thanks to gastric bypass surgery, I am always looking for a sugar substitute that tastes good and isn’t loaded with bad for you chemicals.  I was so thrilled to be offered the opportunity to host a Monk Fruit in the Raw party! What is Monk Fruit?  Grown on a vine called…

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