Spring is just around the corner!! Just because the weather is warming up, does not mean I need to give up my delicious habit of flavored coffee.
Cincinnati and other areas are reflecting on the Lenten season, and as such, sacrificing certain things during this time, including eating meat.
Can you believe this year is already two months in and the crazy weather we have experienced? Some places are knee-deep in snow, while others are having record high temps for the month of February. Today in the Midwest, it is exceptionally cold and the winds make it even more bone-chilling cold outside.
The holidays are over and that means young minds are back in school actively learning and growing. One way I like to help doing my part is to give them fuel for their body and their mind. That means a delicious, nutritious lunch.Some of my favorite items to put into their lunchboxes are sandwiches made with Nature’s Harvest® bread slices. Cutting them up in to cute, character pieces gives them a little joy and breaks the monotony of an ordinary, everyday lunch meat sandwich. In addition to the tasty sandwich, Riley loves her Del Monte® Fruit Cups. This has become a weekly purchase from Walmart for my family. We all love the sweet, natural taste and how filling it is. As an ADDED BONUS, right now Del Monte® Fruit Cups packages has extra savings on their packages!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Entenmann’s® Little Bites® and Coyne PR. Regardless, all opinions are 100% my own.
Coffee-addicts in NYC should rejoice at the news that they’re actually getting their favorite beverage at a bargain price when they head to their local Starbucks. The brand’s extremely popular worldwide now and is best known for its consistency throughout, whether you pick up a cup in Switzerland or Thailand. There is a difference, though: the price depending on where you buy it. A surprising new study from Couponbox has found that Starbucks won’t actually set you back as much as you think in NYC. The research found that you pay $3.15 for a Starbucks latte in the city, putting it on par with Bangkok and making it cheaper than a number of other big cities, including Paris, Dublin and Sydney.
This review was made possible by iConnect Influencer Management, and Litehouse was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.
Earlier, I shared with you an amazing book about a shy, but innovative middle-schooler who decided to use his love of cooking to impress the girl of his dreams.Jeffery, who is also 12, opened up the book and from the first few pages, was truly intrigued and couldn’t put the book down. Jeffery himself has recently shown interest in learning more skills in the kitchen and this book was the perfect introduction to help.