A Precious Little Bean of a Review!

By Charlotte Hodge I will be honest with you I am not a hardcore coffee drinker. When I do want to have a drink of what some might call nectar of the gods I want a good smooth tasting cup. I was asked if I would like to try some from PLB “Precious Little Bean” […]

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Meet Jodi Zulueta aka Eldwenne!

Jodi Zulueta is a fandom jewelry maker based out Tennessee. She creates hand-made wire-wrapped jewelry based on characters from tv shows such as Supernatural, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Once Upon a Time, Stranger Things, and more.  Fans at conventions across the country love going to her popular booth to see her lovely new […]

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Alcohol Addiction Awareness

The month of April spreads awareness on many worthy causes.  Here’s a list of some of them, though I can guarantee that I’ve missed some! Autism Awareness National Child Abuse Prevention National Donate Life Month (Organ Donation) Parkinson’s Awareness National Cancer Control Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Testicular Cancer Awareness Esophageal Cancer Awareness Stress Awareness ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ […]

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It’s in the genes!

By: Michele Lemieur   Adoption can be scary and man don’t I know it! My oldest son is adopted. It’s something that we’ve never hid from him.  It’s an open adoption and that in and of itself can be terrifying.  His biological mother hasn’t seen him in many years, but we were blessed with a loving and supportive biological father. You see, […]

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The Ordinary Review

By Josie Coffman When my friend first asked me if I had heard of the Ordinary Skincare line I thought she was doing that thing you do when you can’t remember the right name. Turned out that really is the name. It’s a Deciem product and debuted last year to a whole lot of buzz. […]

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Allergies, Allergies!

By Michele Villery I love spring!  But with that comes allergies! Who else has issues with allergies and what does everyone do to combat them?  Tell me in the comments!

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Once upon a time…..

By: Michele Lemieur Once upon a time there was a book that attracted readers young and old.  I am sure that when Stephanie Meyer wrote Twilight that she did not expect the global ramifications that it would leave in its wake.  I personally was a late comer to the Twilight world, but soon learned that […]

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Music for the Soul

by Michele Lemieur Sometimes a song can say what your heart can’t.  I have always loved music and to this day can be transported to a place or time with just a song.  My older brother exposed me to the punk bands of the 80’s while I worked at a western restaurant with my mother […]

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Finding My New Normal

by Michele Page After my divorce in the Fall of 2015, there was so much I didn’t know and had to learn about taking care of my home. With the help of family and friends, I am learning.  My first winter was upon me and living in Northern Michigan meant lots of cold, white ick! My ex gave me a […]

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Women’s History Month

By Valari Roberts! While often hidden away or discredited throughout history, women have always been right there, making strides in advancement for people’s rights, science, and society in general.  With the technological advances we have today, we can look into the past and the now and see just what the “fairer sex” has truly offered […]

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