MyMagic+ & Magic Bands help make a #DisneyWorld vacation even more magical #TMOMDisney #sponsored


We were hosted by Disney World for two nights and provided with park tickets as part of the TravelingMom retreat. All opinions stated here are 100% my own or those of my family, as always.
Disney World has been keeping up with technology and that’s very apparent with the recent rollout of MyMagic+, now available to […]

Power up with RAVPower battery charger!


I was provided with a sample product to facilitate my review but have not received any other form of compensation for this post. As always, all opinions stated here are 100% my own or those of my family.
My iPhone battery frustrates me to no end, just about every day. I don’t think I’ve made it […]

Walmart Family Mobile – a Cheap Wireless Plan option


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At the beginning of the summer, I set myself a goal – to look for a mobile phone that offered […]

#BarbiePhotoFashion Doll for Fall-Time Fun


Last month I reviewed the Barbie Photo Fashion fun doll that’s been a big hit in our house with my 9-year-old and her sisters. The girls love taking pictures of anything and everything (although mostly of each other and our dog, who’s always content to pose for them, lol) and seeing how creative they can […]

Review: VTech LS6475-3 Multi-Tasking Headset Phone System


Once a year it happens… That wonderful day when I’m awakened by a parade of kids filing into my bedroom bearing breakfast and assorted handmade gifts, and sometimes even a card if Ron’s on top of things. This year added something new to the mix – the girls thought it would be fun to let […]

The HTC Rhyme – a phone for shutterbugs


Ask anybody who knows me and they’ll tell you that I take a ton of photos. Too many, at least according to my husband – he tends to wince when he sees the camera in my hand. Although lately, I tend to take so many pictures on my phone, that he never even realizes what […]

Giveaway: Kodak Pulse Digital Frame (CLOSED)


Last year I had the opportunity during the annual BlogHer conference to get to know one of the Kodak products up close – the Easyshare M580 camera. And afterward, I also had the chance to give one away here, which was a lot of fun. And now I get to have fun again – this […]

Review: Energizer Induction Charger for iPhone & Blackberry


Nowadays it seems like I hardly leave the house without my iPhone. Actually, ‘seems’ probably isn’t totally accurate – I rarely leave the house without it and have been known to turn around and go back for my phone if I’m still on our street or haven’t left the neighborhood yet. Yes, I’m a bit […]

Review and Giveaway: Literati e-Reader (CLOSED)


Before I had kids, I was a book-reading fiend. It wasn’t uncommon for me to come home from work, sit down with whatever book I happened to be in the middle of at the moment (or start something new), and not get up until I’d finished it – or it got too late to stay […]

Review: VTech DS6321-3 cordless phone system


I remember when I got my very first telephone – I was in high school and since my bedroom happened to be equipped with a phone jack (I think the previous owners used it as a sewing room), my mom finally told me that I could get a phone of my own to keep in […]

Review: Epson Artisan 810 All-in-One


In late 2008, I reviewed one of Epson’s newest (at the time) all-in-one printers – the Artisan 700. And after a year, we were still just as happy with the quality of printing, the ease of use and the overall functions of the printer – especially the built-in wi-fi that lets me sit out here […]

Review and Giveaway: SmartShopper


I hate making grocery lists. And yet I love having them – and absolutely need them. Otherwise I tend to get home and realize that I’ve forgotten the 3 most important things that I went to the store for. But the process of going through the fridge and cupboards and actually writing the list takes […]