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Mother & Daughter Just Dance To Get Fit; #JDDreamTeam Kickoff

My daughter and I are kicking off our Just Dance Just Sweat Dream Team challenge this week. We will be using Just Dance as part of a healthy lifestyle change this summer. Here is the video we submitted to Clever Girls Collective and Ubisoft: Our First Month Goals We decided that the best way to do this challenge is to focus on each month. We will set goals for the next month and let you…

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ready player one review
in Geek Life, Reviews

Ready Player One Book Tour; Review

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline is a book that I probably would never have chosen to read on my own, but I am so glad I did read it. Ready Player One takes place in the future, but not too far..it’s 2044. Ready Player One Review I liked Ready Player One because the author was able to weave trivia from the 1980s into the story and since I’m a child of the 80s, I loved…

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Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff for Moms Review #DontSweatMoms #Spon

This year I have tried to figure out how to bring some balance into my life. The book, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff for Moms: Simple Ways to Stress Less and Enjoy Your Family More is the perfect companion to my Project Balance year. Best Part? There is a companion app for the iPhone, Don’t Sweat Meditation. The affirmations reinforce the chapters and there are over 100 to choose from. I love a book with a tech…

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Mother Daughter Book Club Summer Books Collection

Summer is the best time to catch up on books that we all enjoy reading. I urge my kids to read books they want to read because they often spend the school year reading books they have to read. My daughter is 13 and I love finding books or series that we both can enjoy. It gives us something to share and keeps me up-to-date with what her interests are. Scholastic has a Mother-Daughter Book Club…

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