Blog Giveaway Roundup – October 2, 2015

Welcome to our weekly giveaway roundup! Every Friday, we offer you the chance to share your giveaways. If you love to enter giveaways, be sure to browse the selection below. Blog Giveaway Roundup Good luck! If you’ve had any blog giveaway wins this last week, feel free to let everyone know about them by leaving… Read More »

Celebrate National Sandwich Month and Enter to Win!

Did you know that August is National Sandwich Month? What better way to celebrate than by giving to those who face hunger every day? Klosterman Bread is donating loaves of bread to the Freestore Foodbank, but they need your help! They will donate a loaf of bread every time someone plays their Sandwiched with Love… Read More »

5 Fun Ways to Beat Summer Boredom

If your kids are anything like mine, now is the point of the summer where you start hearing the words “I’m bored. There’s nothing to do.” on a regular basis. Despite having a room full of toys and electronics, my two youngest daughters can’t seem to find anything to entertain themselves. So what’s a mom… Read More »

Paper Towns Movie Giveaway

I have been a huge fan of author John Green ever since I read The Fault in Our Stars.  The latest big-screen adaptation of one of his books, Paper Towns, is set to hit theaters on July 24th.  Part coming-of-age story, part treasure hunt, Paper Towns had me enthralled from the first page.   I… Read More »

Save on Ohio Renaissance Festival Tickets!

One of our favorite fall events is the Ohio Renaissance Festival, held every year in Waynesville, Ohio in a 30-acre re-created 16th Century English village. The minute you enter the gates, it’s like you step way back in time. The festival offers something for everyone featuring nearly 100 shows daily on 11 stages, over 135… Read More »

Paper Towns ~ Watch the Movie Trailer

I got to see the trailer for the movie Paper Towns a couple of months ago when I took my middle daughter to the movies.  Paper Towns is the big screen adaptation of the book by John Green, the same author who wrote The Fault in Our Stars – which I loved even if it made… Read More »