Candy Crush Soda Saga Review

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Make better use of your time.

What would you do with a 25-hour day? Squeezing more time out of the ol’ 24 hours a day – especially if you cook for your family every day, keep your house clean(ish), plus hold down a job to pay all the bills – is hard. Squeezing more time out of the ol’ 24 hours a [Read On]

10 Small Ways to Make Your Home Feel New for the New Year.

My home feels oddly empty after taking the tree down and putting all the decorations away. While I’m enjoying the newfound space, I’m also itching to freshen up my decor. Fortunately, making your home feel new for the new year doesn’t need to involve spending a ton of money or tackling a huge renovation. One [Read On]

SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium Review…

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SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium Sneak Peak!

My family was recently invited to get a sneak peak of the Sea Quest Interactive Aquarium that opening this fall at the Layton Hills Mall in Layton, Utah. My kids excited to get the sneak peak. We got a chance to meet a few of the wonderful animals that will be part of the interactive [Read On]

Precious Moments Review.

**This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. I love and collect everything Precious Moments. Our wedding theme 12 years ago had Precious Moments figurines, had save the date card, and my husband gave me an adorable 10 year anniversary figurine. I was thrilled [Read On]

Frozen Puppy Treats

 A few months back we welcomed two new puppies into our home after the passing of Winnie. We had brought home Flash a few weeks before we could bring home Dexter from the rescue who was taking care of him and his mom. The two puppies are a few weeks apart in age, yet their [Read On]

Online Privacy: Tips to Protect Yourself and Your Genealogy

As a Genealogy blogger sharing photos and information about our family in such a large audience, I often wonder what is too much information. All of the information I find is easily found on Ancestry.com or any other Genealogy site.  Family Tree sent me this upcoming webinar that addresses those concerns I have had in [Read On]

Preservation and Archiving your Family Photos

Have you started preserving your families photos and now wonder how to properly store them? I use a lot of the Verbatim 96320 UltraLife 4.7 GB 8x Gold Archival Grade DVD-R, 5-Disc Jewel Case for my families old photos, and now found a great way to properly store them. Family Tree Store has an Archival [Read On]

Digital Family History Pages

My Grandma left behind many different photographs that she had collected through the years. It has been fun adding new digital enhancements to these memories. I wanted to share a couple that I have added to Daisy Trail scrapbooking. It is a software I use for my current photos, and was curious if older photo’s [Read On]

National Geographic Book Giveaway

Who doesn’t love the amazing books that National Geographic Kids provides? They have a stellar line of books that will make perfect basket fillers this Easter. Enter here for the chance to win a beautiful set of Easter themed books from National Geographic Kids.     NG Kids Baby Animal Sticker Activity Book (ages 4-8) [Read On]

National Geographic Book Giveaway

National Geographic Book Giveaway Enter for your chance to win a Prize Pack Book Bundle from National Geographic (Valued at over $85) Runs 11/30 through 12/14….Winner pulled on 12/15 Open to US only         Books Include: The Coolest Stuff on Earth: A Closer Look at the Weird, Wild and Wonderful (ages 8-12, [Read On]