Searching for a Lottery Win and Infographic

Searching for a Lottery Win and Infographic

Are you still searching for a lottery win like I am? Although I do not always buy a lottery ticket, I do buy them fairly often. My feeling is you can’t win the lottery unless you play the lottery. I only buy one ticket per lottery game at any given time. To me, the $1-$2 price is worth the entertainment … Continue Reading →
Tips On How To Create a Disaster Plan for Crisis

Tips On How To Create a Disaster Plan for Crisis

Disasters can happen anywhere and at any time, and the emergency situations that follow can typically involve life-altering decisions, actions and consequences. No matter what region you and your family live in and regardless of which large-scale threat your area could be subject to, being prepared is crucial to handling these frightening situations in a proper manner. Following these tips … Continue Reading →
Neighbors – The Good and the Bad

Neighbors – The Good and the Bad

I’m taking my own advice and using and writing today using my 52 Prompts for Bloggers. I’m starting out at the top of the list which is a prompt about neighbors. So I have lots of neighbors and I’ve lived in the same place for over 20 years so I have seen many come and go also. There have been … Continue Reading →
Comment and Win $100 Giveaway from Robyns.World

Comment and Win $100 Giveaway from Robyns.World

It is time for another Robyns.World Comment and Win Giveaway! This works the same as it has in the past, simply comment on any and all posts between July 1, 2017 and October 31, 2017. Each comment (one per post) automatically earns you an entry into the giveaway to win $100 from me! Plus there are some extra entry methods … Continue Reading →
How to Reduce Home Energy Costs with Upgrades and Fixes

How to Reduce Home Energy Costs with Upgrades and Fixes

(Family Features) There are some great ways to reduce home energy costs. Enhancing your home’s energy-efficient features is a savvy way to make the space more livable while also making a smaller impact on the environment and your bank account. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that the average American homeowner spends about $2,000 a year on energy for heating, … Continue Reading →
4 Family Roadtrip Tips for Safety

4 Family Roadtrip Tips for Safety

I grew up taking lots of family roadtrips during the summer. Always a lot of fun. Sometimes we forget about being safe though so today I’m sharing 4 family roadtrip tips for safety. (Family Features) There are few better times for a road trip than during the summer months when the sun is bright and the kids are out of … Continue Reading →
What to Celebrate in July – National Month of…

What to Celebrate in July – National Month of…

Need more reasons to celebrate in the month of July? There are plenty of things related to July being the national month of… National Anti-Boredom Month National Baked Bean Month National Blueberry Month National Cell Phone Courtesy Month National Culinary Arts Month National Horseradish Month National Hot Dog Month National Ice Cream Month National Picnic Month National Watercolor Month National … Continue Reading →
Society, Judgement, the Company You Keep and More

Society, Judgement, the Company You Keep and More

I haven’t done a post like this for a while, but I was struck today by the need to for various reasons. First – I don’t feel well today. I have some major female issues (for another post) that happen and I need to have surgery but it has to wait for right now. It made my family plans change … Continue Reading →
Why and How to Remove Bird Poop Off Your Car ASAP

Why and How to Remove Bird Poop Off Your Car ASAP

Birds are amazing flying through the air and many of us enjoy putting seed out for them in the winter months to watch. However, their bird poop (bird droppings) are not good for the finish on our cars at all. If you leave bird droppings on your car for an extended period of time it can start to eat through … Continue Reading →
Chalkboard Signs Even If You Are Not An Artist

Chalkboard Signs Even If You Are Not An Artist

Chalkboard signs are all the rage right now.  BUT… I am not an artist, I love to craft, but that does not mean I’m overly artistic at all. When my twin granddaughters turned one in March I wanted to make some really super cool, amazing, awesome, artistic, fantastic chalkboard signs like I have seen on Pinterest and around the internet. … Continue Reading →