I have a confession to make. Something that only my real life friends and family know about me.
And it scares me spitless to confess this outloud…to the world.
I am a Welfare Queen.
Yep. Food stamps. Medicare. Section 8 Housing. The whole 9 yards.
The only thing that my family does not receive is WIC (no . . . → Read More: Confession of a Welfare Queen
One Winner will get Dreft product (Newborn, Active Baby, & Blissfuls) and a gender neutral hypoallergenic blanket. ARV $60
Sponsored by Dreft
Hosted by MomJunky
Co-hosted by . . . → Read More: GIVEAWAY: Dreft Newborn, Active Baby, and Blissfuls Bundle
Finally, I am launching another blog hop.
It’s been months and months and months but I would like to officially welcome you to the first of my monthly Push The Envelope Blog linkups.
It is monthly for right until I get a regular lists of interested bloggers.
Just to let you know, I will be doing some featuring for things like the most clicked post and anything else that I can come up with.
Being featured means . . . → Read More: Welcome to the first official Push The Envelope Blog Hop
It’s tax season (boo!!!) and I just completed my taxes (YAY!!) thanks to the lovely Turbo Tax.
But now my head hurts.
If your head hurts too (or you were lucky enough to pass that particular headache on to someone else), here are some cute t-shirts that feel your pain.
We did it! (Or we’re gonna do it. ~ahem~) We are Tax Season Survivors!!
. . . → Read More: Can I deduct my Tax Season Survivor T-shirts?
Hello my Halos,
I was just wondering if you’ve started watching the NBC show Crowded yet?
And, if so, were you just as confused as to why they even made this show as I am?
OK, so the premise of Crowded is that just when a middle-aged couple has gotten over there empty nest syndrome, back comes their millennials needing a place to stay and turning their party . . . → Read More: Crowded is NOT a crowd pleaser
If you’re here looking for my blogger goals, I already did that post on my blog on blogging. Head on over there for the read and to leave a comment.
Although this post incorporates my blogging goals, they are only a parcel of my overall life goals so I moved the in-depth blogging goals post over there.
Lifestyle . . . → Read More: April 2016 Life Goals
Men objectify women. That is not a secret.
What is kept more on the hush-hush just among us girls is that women have always objectified men as well.
We drool over the butt of a hot celebrity just as sloppily as a man staring at Kim’s assets.
(Come on, my first celebrity crushes were Antonio Saboto Jr and Jean-Claude Van Damme. Talk about your gluteus maximus.)
And that’s ok.
Because they’re celebrities.
. . . → Read More: Why It is OK for women to objectify men
I haven’t paid for Hulu Plus for at least a year.
Yep, I get it absolutely free.
Well, actually, the only cost is about 10 – 15 minutes a day of my time and internet connection.
I earn credits which I cashout for a month’s worth of Hulu on Bing.com.
In just 15 minutes, I can complete the 15 PC searches, 10 Mobile searches, plus click on all of the Daily Offers.
So, . . . → Read More: How I get Hulu Plus for FREE!!!
Don’t get me wrong. I love my local express delivery job with Amazon Flex. In fact, I only have one major complaint.
But I’ll start with the good: The MONEY!!
The Pay Amount:
I am proud to announce that yes, I do indeed make at least $18/hour plus tips. The customers actually have up to 48 hours to tip and they show up under the day that Amazon finalizes it, not the day that . . . → Read More: The good, the bad, and the ugly of Amazon Flex