I don’t tweet all that much, but I am starting to watch what others are saying about WIC via Twitter. Considering the variety of opinions and emotions people have about WIC, I probably shouldn’t be surprised, but there’s a lot of tweeting going on about WIC! continue reading »
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I’ve never hidden the fact that I blog partly as a source of income. While blogging about WIC has been therapeutic in its own way, it’s also satisfying to get a little something back for all the time that I spend blogging. I thought I’d share a bit about how I make money blogging for any of you who may have considered it as a source of income. continue reading »
“An Uplifting WIC Experience” is a guest post submitted to me via e-mail. If you would like to contribute a post to WIC woes, feel free to contact me about guest posting. We’d all love to be encouraged by your stories!
I found your blog not too long ago and I really enjoy it. I wanted to share a very uplifting experience I had at a WIC clinic recently that lifted the gloom from being there a bit. continue reading »
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tree Hut. All opinions are 100% mine.
My skin dries out a lot. I guess that’s part of being a mom. We’re constantly giving baths, washing dishes, and washing our hands after cleaning up messes. All this water dries out my skin (ironic, huh?). So I’m constantly applying lotion to keep my hands feeling somewhat comfortable.
When it comes down to it, we all want to have smooth, healthy skin. But so many lotions out there just end up making you feel oily instead, at least they do for me. I’ve found some of the best moisturizers to be ones made from organic shea butter, but these can also be expensive.
I just heard about a line of moisturizing products that look like just what I need! Tree Hut Hand and Foot Care products are made to keep skin feeling silky smooth and healthy. continue reading »