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Organic Towel Set from the Turkish Towel Company Review and Giveaway

>> Thursday, September 30, 2010

organic towels I have been wanting to upgrade my towels. They make such an impression in a bathroom! I have also been looking for an organic cotton towel set and I found the perfect combination of eco-friendly and luxury at The Turkish Towel Company!

First, if you are like me, you may wonder, why Turkish cotton? Well, Turkish cotton is a premium cotton that has extra long fiber and is grown in the small but productive Aegean region. "Using longer fiber cotton in spinning yarn means fewer joins. Fewer joins results in stronger and smoother cotton threads. Turkish Cotton becomes even softer, fluffier, and more absorbent with successive washings." So these are quality towels that should last and last and feel great!

Now, why organic cotton? It turns out that cotton is so important to be organic not just because we touch the fabric against our skin but also because cotton is one of the most insecticide dependent crops! That means that about 25 percent of the world’s insecticide use and more than 10 percent of the world’s pesticide goes to cotton crops! So we can really impact the amount of chemicals entering our environment by choosing organic cotton.

When you can have organic and luxury combined, even better! So check out this sweet 100% certified organic towel set I got from the Turkish Towel Company. They are super soft and nice and fluffy! They are also smooth and a little shiny. They feel great. In fact, I almost feel like I should be saving them for special occasions! They are generously sized as well. They are available as a set or by towel type. Organic bath mats are also available at the Turkish Towel Company.

Naturally soft, luxurious and plush, these towels are made from 100% organic cotton, free from chemicals and pesticides. Be good to the earth and gentle on your body!

Go ahead and check out The Turkish Towel Company to buy luxurious organic (or conventional) bath towels and robes! You also have a chance to win a set right here, right now!

The Turkish Towel Company has generously agreed to give one lucky winner one Organic Complete Bath Set, a luxurious, plush towel set made from 100% organic cotton, consisting of 2 bath towels, 2 hand towels, and 4 washcloths ($160 value).

Giveaway Dates: September 30- October 29, 2010 Midnight CST

To Enter This Giveaway:
Do one or more of the following and post a comment below about each action you took. Each comment will count as a separate entry so your chances of winning increase but only the #1 entry is required.

1. Required: Visit The Turkish Towel Company and tell me something else you would want
2. Follow Moms Wear Your Tees Blog in right margin w/ Google Friend Connect or subscribe to RSS feed
3. Follow Turkish Towel Company on Twitter
4. Tweet and leave URL: #Win a luxurious #Organic Cotton Towel Set #GIVEAWAY from Turkish Towel Company @MWYT @turktowel
5. Vote for me at Top Mommy Blogs by clicking here
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7. Grab my blog button, blog about this, or enter it in a linky and leave a URL I can visit to see it

Giveaway Rules:
GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED! Winner selected through, Amber.

The Turkish Towel Company did provide me with the set so that I could share my honest opinions. I received no monetary compensation and the opinions expressed are my own.


Stellarocco Versatile Botanical T-Shirts Review and Giveaway

>> Wednesday, September 29, 2010

pretty t-shirts I recently ran across the website, Stellarocco, and I was instantly in love. I am all about comfort but I still like to look cute and stylish so when I saw Stellarocco, I knew I wanted some of their botanical t-shirts!

The artwork ranges from peaceful and modern to fun and funky, keeping within a nature-inspired theme.

Such a great simple concept- comfy, pretty t-shirts! These tees are all artist designed and hand silk screened onto each tee! Stellarocco focuses on creating nature-inspired designs with a modern look. You will find many pieces incorporate subtle metallics, brights and tonal ink colors on tops that can be easily dressed up or down.

I had a hard time choosing which tee I wanted but I went for the Branch Branch Boatneck Top in Asphalt Gray. I love the Classic botanical design of white blossoms and I knew that this was a tee I could dress up. I wore it for a dinner party at my house and I got a few compliments from the ladies. I felt pretty without feeling fancy or constrained. I really loved the fit of the t-shirt and it was a nice quality tee made in the USA. I am very happy with my Stellarocco shirt and I want more!!

You want one too? I thought you might. Well, you can buy some right now and Stellarocco offers FREE shipping! Plus, you have a chance to win one!

One lucky winner will receive their choice of Stellarocco t-shirt up to a $28 value.

Giveaway Dates: September 29- October 14, 2010

How to Enter:
1. Visit Stellarocco Botanical T-shirts and tell me which one you want to win!
2. Follow my blog by clicking follow on the Google Friend Connect box in the right margin or subscribe to RSS feed
3. Like Stellarocco on Facebook
4. Like Moms Wear Your Tees Blog on Facebook in the right margin
5. Follow Stellarocco on Twitter
6. Tweet and leave URL:
Enter to #win a cute botanical t-shirt! Stellarocco #GIVEAWAY @MWYT @stellarocco

Giveaway Rules:
GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. Winner selected through #129, Kathryn.

Stellarocco provided me with a t-shirt in the hopes that I would share my honest opinions. I received no monetary compensation and the opinions expressed are my own.


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For Your Bug-A-Boo All Natural Baby Pacifiers, Organic Cloth Diapers, Bamboo Swaddling Blanket and Reader Discount

>> Tuesday, September 28, 2010

natural and organic baby products
If you are expecting at little addition to the family or have a baby already then you will want to know about the wide selection of all natural baby products at For Your Bug-A-Boo. She has everything from non-toxic teethers, to organic cotton layette, and 100% Natural baby wash and diaper creams to name just a few. For Your Bug-A-Boo's goal is to provide a selection of baby care products that are of high quality without many of the extra ingredients that may be harmful to our babies. Pretty simple right? And yet so often overlooked. It is great that she has such a wide selection of things you need for your baby so you can do one stop natural shopping.

Here is a great natural pacifier that I never even knew about with my first two children but which I want for my third. All Natursutten natural orthodontic pacifiers are made from pure, natural rubber from the tree Hevea brasiliensi. They contain NO artificial color, chemicals softener, parabens, PVC, phtalates or BPA (bisphenol-A). And contain NO allergy-causing substances (the protein that on rare occasions can provoke a latex allergy is completely eliminated during production). Their larger shield is designed to touch baby’s nose, providing comfort by more closely simulating breast-feeding. They are softer than silicone; and are extremely hygienic because they are molded in one piece, with no joints or cracks where dirt and bacteria can accumulate. Unlike some conventional pacifiers, they won’t leave marks on baby’s face.

Looking for great cloth diapers? For Your Bug-A-Boo offers a great selection of great cloth diapering products. She carries Adjustable Organic Cloth Diapers and covers as well as all in one organic cloth diapers. Her fitted cloth diapers are made with pure organic cotton terry knit. Absorbent, 100% Organic Soft Egyptian Cotton , and a great fit puts these diapers on my wish list for my next baby.

If you follow my blog, you may have noticed that bamboo cloth is one of my new loves. So it will come as no surprise to you that I love For Your Bug-A-Boo's Bamboo Swaddling Blanket by Satsuma. I love that bamboo is so eco-friendly and I also love that is amazingly soft. I mean super soft plus it is naturally antibacterial! My babies loved to be swaddled.

For Your Bug-A-Boo has Natural Baby Care, Organic Baby Bedding & Blankets, Organic Baby Clothing & Accessories, Organic Cloth Diapering Products, Natural Gift Sets for Moms, Natural Organic Gift Sets for Baby, Organic Baby Teethers, and more. Not only does she have good picks, but For Your Bug-A-Boo also has good prices. They are even better for a limited time with a great discount to my readers- 20% off your purchase, just use promo code: MOMSWYT20


A Great Parenting Resource:

>> Monday, September 27, 2010 is a website that is full of parenting resources. She has a section with articles on parenting such as Kids and lying: Age Appropriate Advice. She also has a section with articles on family fun and health and wellness tips. So who is Dyan Eybergen?

Dyan Eybergen, RN is an award-winning author who is recognized for her common-sense, child-focused strategies to develop moral character and strengthen family relationships. Dyan has presented workshops and lectures to thousands of parents over the past decade.

You may have read Dyan Eybergen's book- Out of the Mouths of Babes. For those who have struggled with parenting strategies that have failed or worked for one child but not another, Out of the Mouths of Babes offers a unique parenting approach tailored to working with the personalities of individual children. The book ultimately educates parents how to observe and appreciate every experience through the eyes of their child. Eybergen details how parents who learn to rely on this theory can uncover successful solutions to such frustrating child-rearing dilemmas as:
* Sleeping through the night
* Eating at all ages
* Toilet training
* Sibling rivalry and conflict resolution
* Effective discipline

She writes from the perspective that there are other alternatives to the one-size-fits-all paradigm of raising children. You will enjoy articles such as 5 Parenting Tips to Build Confidence in Kids and 7 Ways moms can Recharge and De-stress. So go ahead and check out her site for some interesting parenting reading.

You can also follow her on Twitter @dyaneybergen for updates on new articles and she follows back!


I Wish I Traveled As Much As My Food! Why buying local is important!

>> Sunday, September 26, 2010

This is a guest post by Diane from Turning Back the Clock One Eco-Friendly Step at a Time Blog. I love her blog and I am sure you will to so go ahead and check it out!

I am always looking for educational opportunities to share with my children during the day and a trip to the grocery store is a geography lesson all by itself. Apples from New Zealand, oranges from South Africa, and grapes from Chili...the list of countries goes on and on. We hear every day how we live in a 'global economy' but what price to we pay for transporting our food halfway across the country before we eat it? There is a wonderful resource that you can read that is published by the National Resource Defense Council that goes into great detail about this topic. I am going to bore you with a couple of statistics...stick with me for just a minute!

According to the Center for Health and the Global Environment, food that is allowed to ripen on the vine is more nutritious. Since food that is coming from across the world cannot be allowed to ripen on the vine, it's nutritional value is lacking compared to locally grown produce.

According to the NRDC: "Imports by airplane have a substantial impact on global warming pollution. In 2005, the import of fruits, nuts, and vegetables into California by airplane released more than 70,000 tons of CO2, which is equivalent to more than 12,000 cars on the road."

Obviously, the increased air pollution caused by food transportation has an impact on the allergy and asthma rates in this country. Just one of many ways that air pollution impacts our health!

Okay, enough statistics! You know those apples, grapes and oranges I mentioned earlier? Those are all items which grow in my region! I live in Central Georgia. North Georgia has apples, Muscadine
grapes grow wild all around my town, and Florida (only a few hours away by truck!)is probably one of the most prolific orange growing regions in the country! So why is my food making a trans continental journey?

One big problem is that we Americans are slightly spoiled. (really?) We want asparagus in August and apples in February. If we want zucchini in March we are going to need to import it from somewhere hot since it will not grow in the U.S in March. One important aspect of eating a more locally grown diet is learning to appreciate and enjoy the produce that is in season!

So, what does this mean for my
weekly shopping list? I still have a family to feed, right? What I try and do is buy as close to my home as possible. If it is a choice between North Carolina blueberries or California strawberries, this week...we eat blueberries.

I choose organic foods whenever possible. There is a great article put out by the Mayo Clinic all about organic food. I won't go into detail but the effects of pesticides and fertilizers from traditional farming range from the Dead Zone in the Gulf of Mexico to possible increased risks of cancer, neurological issues and possible hormone imbalances. These are all things listed by the Environmental Protection Agency as possible results of pesticide exposure. Since my family is obsessed with bananas and I cannot find bananas growing locally, I choose
organic, which I can easily find in my local Publix. It's not local, but I like to think I have reduced my carbon footprint a little bit by buying organic.

Shop your local farmer's markets! Here in Georgia, zucchini grows like a weed in the summer. Farmers are practically GIVING it away! If you would like to find a farmer's market in your area, check out Local Learn to preserve your summer bounty either by canning, freezing, pickling, etc. I recently got a book called Put 'Em Up by Storey Publishing to help me learn to preserve the items I can find in season. I will be reviewing and offering a giveaway of this book in a couple weeks so keep your eye out on my blog if you are interested in reading it! Peppers and onions can be sliced and/or diced and frozen back in convenient quantities for use in winter recipes. Last year, I stocked up on peaches and after removing the skins and slicing (15 minutes TOTAL for 3 pounds!) I froze them and made peach crisp several times over the winter. It does take some planning but it is not difficult to do!

Find a farmer! Use Local Harvest to find meat and poultry farmers, as well as produce. Some farmers require that you buy in bulk but if you can't afford it or don't have the room in your freezer, find a friend to buy a share with you! Nothing compares to the taste of grass fed beef!

There are so many more issues surrounding our food production system than I
have touched on in this article. The recent egg recalls have brought to light the
horrors of factory farmed eggs, however local legislation (at least here in Georgia)
makes it impossible for us to take control of our own egg production by raising
chickens. In my county, I can't have even ONE chicken unless I own *3 ACRES*
of land. Other issues like the increased resistance of bacteria to antibiotics has
been attributed to the massive use of antibiotics in livestock. Food born illnesses
are on the rise. Not to mention the humanitarian issues surrounding the raising of factory farmed animals.

Have you ever told your young child "Don't put that in your mouth, you don't know where it has been!"? I think more people need to take this same advice when it comes to the food they eat!

You may also like to read 6 Tips to Save Money by Being Green.

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UPrinting Business Cards Giveaway

You get a chance to win a free set of Business Cards! These cards can be really useful: from the classic business card, to blogger cards, designer cards, and so much more. Business cards have evolved from the classic rectangular shape, to more edgy and modern rounded corners square and slim cards. Check out UPrinting's full selection of unique business cards!

The winner will receive 250 Die Cut Business Cards. They will get to select between
2 x 3.5”, 2 x 2” (square card) or 1.75 x 3.5” (slim card). Die cutting options available: Rounded Corners, Leaf, Rounded One-Corner, Half-Circle Side, and Circle. Paper Type: 14pt Cardstock Gloss, Matte, or High Gloss; 13pt Cardstock Uncoated. Color: 4Color Front, Blank Back; or 4Color Both Sides. Value $70.

Giveaway Dates: September 26- October 6, 2010 Midnight CST

How to Enter:
1. Follow my blog by clicking follow on the Google Friend Connect box in the right margin or subscribe to RSS feed
2. Like Moms Wear Your Tees Blog on Facebook in the right margin
3. Vote for me as a top mommy blog by clicking here and then clicking, "click to vote"
4. Tweet and leave URL:
Enter to #win Business or Blogger Cards #GIVEAWAY $70 Value @MWYT @UPrinting
5. Grab my blog button, blog about this, or enter it in a linky and leave a URL I can visit to see it

Giveaway Rules:
GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED! Winner selected through #3, Jessica Warrick.

I will be receiving 250 Die Cut Business Cards from of my very own for hosting this giveaway.


Kids Playing in the Dirt and Mud

>> Saturday, September 25, 2010

We spent the morning at the Nature Center. Again. They love that place. Today we spent lots of time at the dirt playground watching our kids playing in the mud. I don't know the official name but that is what we call it! They love making dirt pies, dirt gardens, and dirt volcanoes. I love seeing them pretend and have fun with "mother earth"!

I am thankful that we have that great muddy resource for our kids nearby. I remember that I loved playing in the mud too when I was little. In fact, I have one vivid memory of making a really amazing series of interconnecting dirt tunnels so that our imaginary boats could sail around my friend's backyard. We were so proud when we showed her mom. Her mom was not so proud that we dug up her backyard. So again what a great resource to have. Then we can wash the kids down at the water pump and get in the car and go home to our mostly mud-free yard!

You may also like to read about our Smoky Mountain Camping Vacation with Kids.


Cranberry Orange Quick Bread Recipe

This cranberry orange quick bread recipe is by guest blogger, Kelly Noble. She is the Relationship Manager for, a foodservice equipment and supply provider thatalso specializes in industry education. She has been an avid wine drinker and home cook for over 8 years and writes the Wine & Dine Blog which focuses on recipes, food trends and favorite wines.

Autumn is officially here which to me means baking season is now in full swing! To kick off my favorite of the cooking seasons I will be sharing with you a recipe that my mom and I used to bake together when I was a little girl, Cranberry Orange bread. This quick bread is both delicious and festive. The perfect gift or keep it and have a tasty homemade breakfast with some tea or coffee.

Cranberry Orange Bread Recipe:


2 cups flour
1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon Baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1/2 cup orange juice
Zest from 1 orange
2 Tablespoons melted butter
2 Tablespoons hot water
1 cup chopped cranberries
1 cup chopped pecans (or walnuts)


In a large mixing bowl combine flour, baking powder, soda, salt, and sugar and set aside. In a medium bowl mix beaten egg with orange juice, orange zest, butter and hot water. Be sure to pour the hot water in slowly as you mix so you do not cook the eggs. Fold the flour mixture with the egg mixture until well blended. DO NOT BEAT. Gently fold in cranberries and nuts. Spoon into a greased 9”x6” bread pan or greased muffin cups. Bake at 325 degrees for 60 minutes for the loaf and 30-35 minutes for the muffins; test center with a toothpick before removing. Allow the bread to cool for 15 minutes before removing from pan.

Nice, simple and yummy, your cranberry orange quick bread is ready to enjoy!

If you like this recipe, you may also enjoy Cranberry White Chocolate Biscotti Recipe.


Cugolino Wooden Marble Run From Oh! Toys Encourages Creativity and Building Skills

>> Friday, September 24, 2010

I like marble runs but I love the Cugolino Wooden Marble Run. It is awesome because it is more than just watching the marbles roll. It is building. It is a great collection of wooden blocks in different shapes and colors that can be arranged in endless possibilities. As you can tell, it is fun for the parent as well as the kids! And to me, that not only shows that the toy is engaging the brain and developing it but also provides a fun way to interact with your kids and let them see you building and creating too! My kids and I have tons of fun with the Cugolino wooden marble run.

Cugolino wooden marble run is specifically aimed at children 3 and over. Cugolino is free form, allowing for not only different shapes and colors, but a range of new concepts that come out in the supplemental sets like Cugolino Pop (with little trampoline blocks), Cugolino Magic (with hidden magnets), and Cugolino Hit (last year’s new set, which uses physics to create a Rube Goldberg-esque catapult for the marbles). And coming soon, musical blocks with built-in, but interchangeable chimes that ring as the marble passes over them. How cool is that?!

Check it out in action!

Why buy it: Experience the thrill of marbles rolling through your construction, the effects of gravity and unforseen effects. Cugolino places no boundaries and needs no rulebook. Just unpack and start playing!

Features of Cugolino Wooden Marble Run:
* Holds child's attention, even those with ADHD or autistic issues.
* Engages the child’s brain on solving the kinetic challenge of making a track, however simple or complex, that will successfully allow the marble to run the distance.
* Beautifully made and extremely durable
* Super fun for children and parents to play together.
* They grow with the child – that is, a 3 year old will play with it in a certain way, then in a more sophisticated way at 4, etc. – up to 12 or beyond).
* You can add on some of the cool sets like Cugolino Pop to keep challenging your child. (Or drop hints like crazy for grandparents, aunts and uncles as the holidays approach for those add-on sets!)

Cugolino wooden marble run is unique and really encourages creativity, planning, and learning all at the same time. I love how the natural wooden blocks fit together in all kinds of configurations to create sliding, bouncing, and twisting runs for the shiny marbles. Looking for a fun, educational toy for a Christmas present? You know what I suggest- The Cugolino Wooden Marble Run from Oh! Toys.

I was provided with the Cugolino set in the hopes that I would share my honest opinions. The opinions expressed are my own and those of my children.


"The Magic Violin" Children's Picture Book Review and Giveaway

>> Thursday, September 23, 2010

I recently discovered the author Mayra Calvani. She writes books for young children and middle-grade readers. I was lucky enough to receive one of Mayra Calvani's picture books to read my little bookworms.

I chose The Magic Violin for my kids because Sierra has expressed some interest in playing the violin and I thought it would be a good way to explore that further. Leo is also studying music in his pre-school class right now so I thought it would be great for him to read a story with a sting instrument in it.

This book reminded me of my experiences playing the violin when I was little and my relationship with my teacher. I really enjoyed reading it with my kids. I liked that the pictures and the words were very balanced so that there were enough pictures to interest my three year old and enough words to interest my 5 year old and I. For me, what I liked about it, is that it captured that sometimes things you want to do can be a lot of work and discouraging but a dose of self belief and practice can make them possible. And it did all that without being at all pedantic. In fact, there is a bit of magic and mystery mixed in for a very entertaining story that my kids really enjoyed. We also enjoyed the illustrations.

This book would make a great gift for a child in your life. You can purchase it at Amazon or you can enter for your chance to win it!

GIVEAWAY DETAILS: The winner will receive an autographed copy of The Magic Violin, by Mayra Calvani.

Giveaway Dates: September 23- October 5, 2010 Midnight CST

To Enter This Giveaway:
Do one or more of the following and post a comment below about each action you took. Each comment will count as a separate entry so your chances of winning increase but only the #1 entry is required.

1. Required: Visit Mayra's Secret Bookcase and tell the name of another book you might enjoy
2. Follow Moms Wear Your Tees Blog in right margin w/ Google Friend Connect or subscribe to RSS feed
3. Follow Mayra Calvani on Twitter
4. Tweet and leave URL:
Enter to #win an autographed copy of Mayra Calvani's The Secret Violin Children's Book #GIVEAWAY @MWYT @mcalvani

Giveaway Rules:
GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. Winner selected through #18, susan.

I did receive a copy of this book for review. I did not receive monetary compensation and the opinions expressed are my own.


Go Green with a Natural Clothing Company $50 Gift Certificate Giveaway

A lot of people take the first steps to going green by recycling and eating organic. Some people do not even realize that there is such a thing as organic clothing. Are you ready to find out more about eco-friendly clothing?

Organic agriculture protects the health of people and the planet by reducing exposure to toxic chemicals from synthetic pesticides that can end up in the ground, air, water and food supply, and that are associated with serious health consequences, from asthma to cancer. Cotton is actually a very important thing to buy organic because cotton uses approximately 25% of the world's insecticides and more than 10% of the pesticides! The Environmental Protection Agency considers seven of the top 15 pesticides used on cotton in 2000 in the United States as "possible," "likely," "probable," or "known" human carcinogens! So organic clothing makes a huge difference!

Other eco-friendly green clothing fibers include hemp and bamboo. Hemp is one of the most useful and environmentally friendly materials found. Hemp uses considerably less water than cotton and is resistant to pest thus it does not herbicides. Hemp is classified as an Eco textile meaning it requires less energy, produces less carbon and, therefore, creates less pollution than other forms of fabric manufacturing. Bamboo has recently been gaining popularity as a sustainable fabric as it does not require pesticides, regrows quickly after a cutting, and absorbs 35% more carbon dioxide than an equivalent stand of trees.

Natural Clothing Company offers organic clothing made of hemp, cotton, and bamboo fibers which spare the planet a lot of insecticide and pesticide. Natural Clothing Company offers quality pieces that are timeless in fashion and style so that you do not have to replace them when the fad is over. You will find clothing made from fibers that are healthy, breathable, easy to care for, and luxurious in quality.

Natural Clothing Company is offering one $50 Gift Certificate which may be used toward their line of organic men's, women's, children's and baby clothing.

Giveaway Dates: September 23- October 7, 2010 Midnight CST

To Enter This Giveaway:
Do one or more of the following and post a comment below about each action you took. Each comment will count as a separate entry so your chances of winning increase but only the #1 entry is required.

1. Required: Visit Natural Clothing Company and tell some of your favorite items
2. Follow Moms Wear Your Tees Blog in right margin w/ Google Friend Connect or subscribe to RSS feed
3. Like the Moms Wear Your Tees Blog Facebook page in right margin
4. Like the Natural Clothing Company Facebook page
5. Tweet and leave URL: Enter to #win Natural Clothing Company $50 Gift Certificate #GIVEAWAY @MWYT #green #organic
6. Sign up for Natural Clothing Company monthly newsletter

Giveaway Rules:
GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED! Winner selected through #342, Michelle.


Girlfriend Social- Where Women Make New Friends

>> Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Today's website cool find is Girlfriend Social. Now I just have to say this site is really an interesting concept. It is for making friends (NOT dating). The founder of this site realized that so many people are relocating these days that a lot of people need a venue for meeting new people. It is also great for people who have made a life change such as marriage or motherhood and want to find friends with similar interests.

"We are the number one social networking site for women. A place where women of all ages and backgrounds can come to talk, share and bond with new female friends."

The discussion areas inside allow women to chat on topics ranging from the best local hair salons to how best to get over a break up or how to deal with fleas on your pet. Girlfriend Social is free to use to make new friends thanks to their sponsors. So what are you waiting for? Check Girlfriend Social out and make some new friends today!


CSN Stores Offer Endless Options

CSN Stores offer everything from end tables to stollers. I will be reviewing something soon and they have so many great choices that I am not sure what to pick. Maybe some new lighting fixtures, a waffle maker, some shoes, or maybe even a cute little bistro set!
Plus, CSN offers free shipping on most of their products. Pretty sweet!


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