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Wednesday

Mission: Incredibles 2 Inspired Smoothie Drink with Juicy Juice

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Thank you to Juicy Juice and Disney•Pixar for sponsoring this post
Can you believe it's been 14 years since the first Incredibles movie came out in theaters?  Both of my daughters weren't born yet, and during that time I was enjoying a child-free life with Mr. M in our first apartment in California.


And I have to admit, I have never seen the first movie.  Honestly, without having kids during the year 2004 I had no interest in children's shows or movies.


Now, fast forward to 2018 and Incredibles 2 is finally here!  And Michelle has been begging me to go see it.  She and Lauren saw the first one, Michelle enjoyed it, but Lauren thought the first could be better.


Over the weekend we got to see the movie, and let me just say this movie was well worth the wait!  The film is full of exciting action-packed entertainment for the whole family.  I won't ruin the film for you, but I love the woman empowerment vibe this film represents.  As the words of Beyonce, "Who runs the world?  Girls!"


Even though I haven't seen the first film, it was easy to follow along of all that was happening in the movie.  There was a couple of questions I whispered to Lauren to know what was going on, and who was a certain character, but for the most part, Incredibles 2 was easy to follow along and understand all the characters.  However, I do recommend seeing the first, so you can compare the two.


To celebrate the new release of Incredibles 2, I sent Michelle off on a mission to create a tasty smoothie drink inspired by the movie.

Tuesday

2018 Summer Vacation Ideas for Nashville, Tennessee

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Where live music and true Southern charm abounds, Nashville, Tennessee is a vacation hotspot for all traveling styles. Its central location in the United States makes for a relatively easy flight or drive, and the endless attractions and exciting places to eat will satisfy everyone. Known as the “small town trapped in a big city,” Nashville will get you on your feet and enjoying the true South – with a little more rhythm and melody. Grab your boots, pack your bags and get ready for an exciting adventure to the Music City.


Monday

What is Paid Market Research Surveys and Where to Join Free Legitimate Panels: Top 10 List

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Market Research Panels, better known as paid surveys seems to get a bad rap due to scammers claiming you can make thousands of dollars a month as a survey taker.  This is not true.  However, yes, you can make a decent amount of money being a survey taker, more like making extra money for bills here and there.  Plus, it's all about how much time and effort you put into filling out survey questionnaires.



Friday

PRODUCT REVIEW WEEKEND LINK UP PARTY #PRODUCTREVIEWPARTY #200

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Thursday

Escape All the Atlanta Rain and See Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type at the Center for Puppetry Arts

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Families are invited to “moooove” over to the Center for Puppetry Arts during the production of Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type, June 12-July 29! Based on the book by Doreen Cronin with illustrations by Betsy Lewin, “Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type” is a New York Times bestseller and a 2001 Caldecott Honoree that tells the story of what happens when Farmer Brown’s cows learn to type and go on strike. The book was adapted for the puppet stage by the Center’s Artistic Director Jon Ludwig and Resident Puppet Builder Jason Hines.

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Recommended for ages 4 and up, Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type features rod and marionette puppetry styles performed by puppeteers Brian Harrison, Mandy Mitchell, Amy Sweeney and Tim Sweeney, with live music by Dolph Amick. The witty production is the Center for Puppetry Arts’ first mainstage Family Series show of the 2018-19 season, kicking off the 40th anniversary year.


Wednesday

Mango Butter Has Multiple Uses: Top 8 List to Keep You Moisturized Organically

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Hey Yall!  Don't you just love it when a product you buy has multiple uses!  Products like these are my go-to, especially the 100% Organic Unrefined Mango Butter from Sky Organics I have been using lately for my summertime moisturizing needs.


I can use it for my skin, and hair whenever both are in need of some moisture.  Mainly, I have been using it on my skin since my skin tends to get drier with dry patches over the summer and I decided for my hair I will be doing wash and go's for the first time which been keeping my hair hydrated with water and a bit of mango butter.  I'll share about how doing wash and go's been going for me soon.

Tuesday

Cure the Summertime Boredom at Six Flags Over Georgia

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Summer break is in full swing right now for us!  The girls have been out of school for a couple of weeks now, and they've been having lots of fun with me, enjoying time visiting different places around town.  Camp Mommy is in full effect, and I'm making sure to keep them entertained all summer long, so they don't come down with the, "I'm Bored," syndrome.


I want them to unplug from their cell phones and electronics, and enjoy an uninterrupted summer.  Check out my list of summer break plans I have for them.


The first part of summer break, we went to MomoCon, then several days later came the thunderstorms which pretty much washed out the week, thanks to the hurricanes passing through Florida and then slid through Georgia.

Monday

Father's Day Gift Ideas for the All-Around Dad with JCPenney

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Can you believe that Father's Day is coming up fast?  I was just talking to the girls the other day about it, wondering what we're going to get Mr. M.  I didn't want to give him the usual gifts that fathers receive like tie and socks, I want to give Mr. M something unique, a gift he'll always use.


I came down with a list of gift ideas for Mr. M and any fathers would sure to love and find useful from JCPenney.  Check it out:

Friday

PRODUCT REVIEW WEEKEND LINK UP PARTY #PRODUCTREVIEWPARTY #199

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Thursday

Our 2018 Summer Break Plans

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Hey Yall!  It's going to be Camp Mommy this year since the girls will not be in summer camp.  Last year they were in Gymnastics Camp, but they felt like it was nothing more than a day-care, especially since other children in attendance was much younger than them.  I could have saved my money, and they stayed home with me.


Trying to balance work-life and parenting-life this summer is going to be quite hard, but I created a list of things to keep the girls occupied, free from the, "I'm Bored Syndrome," and me being able to squeeze in some work here and there.


The great thing is my kids are older and more independent, so they're more understanding when I need a break for work, plus, with me working for myself the majority business-related events I go to they can come as well, being my business partners when it comes to photo-taking.


Below, I have listed things the girls and I will be doing this summer.  We're keeping it more local this summer break.  There are a lot of things we haven't done here in our own backyard.