FREE Admission at these Museums on MLK Day (Save $75+)

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that”. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Monday is a day we commemorate a brilliant man who moved people to change through his words, action, faith, etc. and the following Museums are celebrating him by offering FREE admission to the general public on MLK Day.

Know of any that didn’t make the list? Please feel free to include them in the comments. Tag/share with friends and make plans today!

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Why Are Some People So Hard To Buy For?

With Christmas now in the rear view mirror, there is no better time to start preparing for next Christmas. That sounds like a joke, and maybe it is to some extent, but anyone who found themselves shopping and changing plans with days to go in 2020 will know the truth: what seems like enough time rarely actually is. So if you want this year’s festivities to go better, there’s something to be said for at least laying money aside and sourcing some of the things you’ll need in December.

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Make Your Own Bath Bombs at Buff City Soap in Toledo

“Awesome”, “the coolest”, &, “surprisingly not too girly!”! So, what was supposed to be a “mommy & me” day with my youngest quickly became a sibling day once all three kiddos caught wind of what we had planned. And what exactly had we planned? To make bath bombs at Buff City Soap! The kiddos legit loved it! I was a bit shocked, even my tween boy had fun mixing up the bath bombs & his takeaway; it’s surprisingly not too girly! Yup, he had his reservations at first, but anything with the word “bomb” in it can’t be too girly, right?! Lol! Here’s how our awesome experience went down….

This post was written and images were taken pre-Covid, in January 2019…currently due to Covid make your own bath bombs option is not available, hopefully they will be back on the menu soon.  

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Managing Money As A Freelancer

Just like most things in life, freelancing comes with a price and some balance. And well, it’s not necessary to work to someone else’s schedule; you do have to make sure that you are handling your finances well.

So businesses and freelancers rely solely on the owner or the person in the business to make sure that the finances are taken care of properly. Here are some quick tips to help you get your freelance finances under control.

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Have you made your Not-To-Do List?

The satisfaction of checking off a task on an ever evolving To-Do-List is like sinking your teeth into a candy bar after fasting for a week! Ahhh, that taste of sweet success and feeling of swimming in accomplishment, that is until you see all the tasks you have yet to fulfill and just like that it’s like someone peed in your pool of accomplishment. Why do we do that to ourselves? Why do we continue to allow yesterday’s or last month’s uncompleted tasks and goals to haunt us? Why do we only allow ourselves the tiniest taste of sweet success and then stew in a pee pool of disappointment and dissatisfaction over uncompleted tasks and goals? Are we gluttons for punishment or is the system flawed? 

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2021 Lunchbox Ideas

Is it lunchtime yet? Whether your kiddos are starting off the second half of this school year in-person, virtually, remotely, or being homeschooled there’s one question they’re all asking, is it lunchtime yet?  And who can blame them, don’t we all kinda look forward to lunchtime, the meal that helps breakup the monotony of the day? While packing children’s lunchboxes (or should I say assisting children in packing their own lunchboxes ;)) isn’t exactly rocket science, it’s always nice to have some inspiration. So, here are a few outside the “typical lunchbox” ideas.  Your time is valuable, so this post has been kept brief with just images and short explanation of each lunch. If you do have any questions please feel free to post in comments.

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10 Ways to Help Prep for the Second half of 2020-2021 School Year

This school year has been like none other on record. The only thing consistent thus far seems to be the inconsistencies. Some schools and school districts will be starting off the second half of the school year in-person,  while others are hybrid, and then there’s still those of us rocking the remote learning.  No matter where your kiddos fall, virtual, remote, etc. since the schools are having a difficult time trying to figure out structure and consistency us parents need to take charge!! We need to take the reins for the sake of your kiddos. We need to help our kiddos feel like they have a bit of control over their lives by providing them the consistency they need through daily routines and weekly schedules. 


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New Year’s Resolutions: Organize those piles of papers


Ever walk into your home and instantly begin to have heart palpitations due to the overwhelming amount of crap and random unidentifiable odors? Life with kids is amazing, but it can also be overwhelming…being responsible for the kids, work, and the household is exhausting. Ever notice that the majority is often random piles of paper, what is up with that? Unfortunately you can’t even light a scented candle to get rid of the stench due to the fear of an instant inferno. So, what to do?

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Locked Out? Time to Call a Locksmith

There will be a time in your future where you will need the services of Locksmith Denver. It might be a time when your keys are sitting on the front seat of your car, or when your key breaks off in the lock on the front door of your home. A locksmith is someone that can take care of any issue that may come your way within the realm of locks. Here are some of the major benefits that you can expect when you use the services of a locksmith.

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