Choo Choo To The Front!

Pampers Easy Ups potty training

By Lisa Dutton Pampers Easy Ups have become a big part of life for my little Johnny. I recently started him in these training pants as he is already showing interest in the potty. There are so many things I love about Easy Ups, but I will begin with what appears to be most important […]

Curious George 3: Back to the Jungle DVD Giveaway

Curious George 3: Back to the Jungle

By Lise Merle… Curious George has been a favorite of mine since my childhood, and now, everyone’s favorite mischievous little primate is back in the all new feature length film – Curious George 3 Back to the Jungle! After Curious George accidentally crash lands in Africa after he’s asked to take part in a super important […]

My Latest Find: Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo

Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo

The leader in professional, luxury oil-infused hair care is proud to introduce a NEW breakthrough solution to refresh and revitalize your next day style: Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo. The powerful, innovative formula is designed to instantly absorb oil and product buildup without leaving behind any visible powder. Featuring natural volumizing and deodorizing agents, as well as […]

Skechers Family Giveaway

Win 4 Pairs of Skechers

Summer time, family time, big shoe giveaway time! The summer has only just begun and I’ve already purchased new shoes for my kids. I’m not sure what I’m feeding them to make their feet grow as fast as they are, but when my youngest’s little toes are stretching over the end of her sandals and […]

What’s Holding You Back?

Betty Ann Heggie

I’ve become aware that I have some negative perceptions of myself. We all do sometimes, I know. As loud as I can be on some topics, unphased by negative comments, the ridiculous thing is that – I have a hard time taking a compliment! It’s true! I can brush off a negative tweet or remark […]

Et Tu, Cali?

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Our labradoodle Cali, turning two-years-old next month, is generally a pretty good doggie. We’ve trained her well, and always get compliments on her demeanor. When we moved into our new house a year ago, one of my biggest concerns was ensuring she knew where her dog-run was, and training her to use it all the […]

Hit ‘Em Where It Hurts


Living in Saskatchewan, we joke that we have a provincial bird. It’s called the mosquito. Our population of mosquitoes can get so big in numbers and size, that summers are often spent battling them, waging war as the case may be. If there’s a product out there, we’ve all likely tried it. Some of us […]