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Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Hello, Dysfunctional readers! Due to the requirements of a new advertiser on my main blog, I'm going to start doing all of my reviews, giveaways, and sponsored posts over here. So, I would LOVE for you to follow this blog! I love how many of you comment on my reviews and sponsored posts, and the companies notice that too.
Saturday, July 23, 2011
**Adult Subject Matter Below**
I'm sure this won't come as a newsflash to anyone, but sometimes intimacy can get pushed to the back burner. When couples work, have children, and keep the usual busy pace of life, we are stressed out and tired. And things that can be put off until later, usually get put off. And then put off again. And again. It's not that we don't want that close time with our partner, usually. We're just so.damned.tired!
It may sound un-romantic, but it's totally worth it to schedule some special time with your man (or woman). Get a babysitter and set aside a date night. Even if you don't leave the house! And one way to make this an extra-special time is to do something a little different. Spice things up. How would you do that? With EdenFantasys! There are so many fun & interesting products available; it's not all hard-core, scary stuff. There's no need to be intimidated. They offer toys for couples, lingerie, and products that make showering extra-fun. Just click the link and check it out! Place your order for something that piques your interest. And then set a date to spice it up!
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Monday, June 20, 2011
I recently received an exciting offer from EasyCanvasPrints.com. They wanted me to review one of their custom canvas prints. I jumped at the opportunity, because I thought it would make a great gift for my niece's upcoming wedding - and I was right!
I asked my niece to send me her favorite picture of herself and her husband-to-be, no questions allowed. So she did, and I uploaded it to the website, which was a very simple process. There are many different options to choose from as far as color borders and wraps. I made my order, and shortly after, I received the product. I was very happy with the results! It's a very high quality canvas and it looks great.
Best of all, I gave it to my niece and her husband and they absolutely love it!
They have some exciting discounts & offers coming up, so be sure to like them on Facebook!
Sunday, May 22, 2011
Tomorrow, my daughter Shelbie gets her braces off. She had them on for almost three years. The traditional metal braces, just like I had years ago. They have straightened her teeth nicely, but man, are we ready to have them off!
One of my biggest complaints about metal braces is the difficulty in keeping your teeth cleaned. It is darned near impossible to access every part of your tooth with these metal contraptions blocking you at every turn! Shelbie has had problems with her gums growing close to the brackets, and tartar and plaque building up, just because of this difficulty.
So, that's one reason that the Invisalign Teen clear braces interest me. Invisalign is known as 'the clear alternative to braces'. They use a series of clear plastic aligners to correct dental problems. They are smooth, comfortable, and virtually invisible. And you can remove them to care for your teeth, so you have no barriers to prevent you from keeping good dental hygiene.
Invisalign has a product geared specifically for teens. My younger daughter, Elayna, needs braces as well, and I think Invisalign Teen will work very well for her. Invisalign works the same way metal braces do, which is moving the teeth by applying pressure over time. With the new G3 line, they can treat even complex cases that previously required metal braces, such as bite problems.
Another important point for me, as a soccer mom, is that Invisalign clear braces are safer for active lifestyles than metal braces. While Shelbie has had her metal braces, she has been hurt many times by even a small bump to her mouth, because of the metal. Invisalign also eliminates the problems of broken brackets, poking wires, and the discomfort associated with those things.
It's about time that we have options besides those old-school metal braces that we suffered with when we were teens! So if you have a child who needs braces, check out all of the options. Invisalign may be a great fit for your kids - or for you!
This is a sponsored post, compensated by Invisalign.