Thursday, December 27, 2012

Healthy Choice Baked Entrees

I was put on a mission through Crowdtap to test and share some excellent coupons for the new Healthy Choice Baked Entrees.  I think the favorite in my family was the Lasagna.  I shared a frozen meal with a relative who is pretty sick.  He enjoyed having a fresh and healthy meal that didn't require a lot of preparation.  I think Healthy Choice frozen meals are perfect not only for someone who is looking for a quick meal while at work, but also for those that are elderly or sick and can't cook healthy meals easily.

Healthy Choice Baked Entree - LASAGNA!!!
I have some great coupons for the new Healthy Choice Baked Entrees to share!  Get yours HERE before they are gone.  This is for a limited time since the coupons are such a high value.  Enjoy!!

There are several varieties of these new entrees to try:  Chicken and Rice Cheddar Bake, Fettuccine Alfredo Bake, Four Cheese Ziti Marinara, Italian Sausage Pasta Bake, Roasted Chicken and Potatoes, and of course Lasagna with Meat.Sauce.

I am an active member on Crowdtap where I receive compensation for my participation.  I did receive coupons and minimal compensation for my activity with the new Healthy Choice Baked Entrees, but my opinions are all my own.  If you haven't had a chance to try out Crowdtap, here is a link to get you started!  Crowdtap Invitation

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Wet Ones Sticky Situations Facebook Contest

I don't know about you, but Wet Ones remind me of my childhood.  It seems my mom always had a tub of them available to wipe down my hands and face whenever I made a mess of myself.  I naturally use Wet Ones with my own family.  When preparing for camping season every year, a tub of Wet Ones is purchased.  I buy them to keep in the camper to clean messy hands after digging for bugs in the dirt and clean-up after eating s'mores.  They do an amazing job of removing things like tree sap and dirt, not to mention GERMS!

I buy the single-use wipes to keep in my car.  I can't resist getting ice cream for my kids on hot summer days, but eating ice cream cones in the car creates sticky fingers.  My Wet Ones supply has come in handy on many occasions during our family outings.  Unlike basic wipes, Wet Ones kill 99.99% of germs so hands can be cleaned with comfort, knowing germs will not remain.  

Wet Ones is having a contest through the end of the month.  They are looking for your sticky situations. I had a lot of fun remembering all of our sticky situations, and narrowed down the best one to enter in this contest.  It is easy to enter, just click: Wet Ones Sticky Situations Contest

One of my favorite sticky situations happened when I had a few minutes of peace.  You know those times when you get busy doing something and then realize that you haven't heard anything from your normally loud toddler for a while?  You immediately know she is up to no good.  My little girl didn't fail on this occasion.

Yes - what you are seeing here is my mascara, my adorable little girl, and her once clean baby-doll.  Lucky for me she didn't attempt to put the mascara directly on her eyelashes, and apparently she couldn't quite get the mascara on her doll correctly either.  A Wet One did a great job of cleaning her up, and luckily it worked on her doll too!  

Wet Ones has launched a Sticky Situations Facebook contest asking Moms to share their best helpful and creative tips on how to get out of a ‘sticky situation.'  I entered this picture in the contest, and I am sure you have a favorite picture to enter in the contest as well!  Simply log on and share your story and tips, and you can be entered to win an iPad Mini or Six Flags Tickets!   Here is the link:  Wet Ones Sticky Situations Contest

I think I enjoyed going through photos looking for the best one to submit for this contest.  It was super easy to enter once I chose which sticky situation I was going to use.  Go enter and good luck! 

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Wet Ones. I received a promotional item to thank me for participating.  Please visit Mom Central for more information.

Monday, December 3, 2012

My Dog and Eukanuba


I am in my new town and my new home.  It is time to get to blogging again.  I have missed it and every day that goes by I think how I need to get back to this site again.  I am far behind on sharing my love for the products I get to test.  This is one I just couldn't let go by!

I received dog food from Eukanuba as a Bzz Agent.  They sent me a coupon for a free mid-size bag and $5.00 off a full size.  I cashed in both coupons and am prepared to tell you what I think.  In fact, I am super excited about this task!  First a little background.

When I got married 16 years ago, my hubby and I adopted a dog.  He came from the local pound and he was with us through moves, children, and all the changes that come with life.  We lost him only 2 weeks ago. I have such good memories of him.  There are also many things I learned.  He had terrible teeth and starting at the age of 10, we had to get his teeth cleaned by the vet on a yearly basis.  That was a $300 bill per year that we had to pay because we didn't take care of his teeth.

A few years ago we brought home a companion for our old-timer.  This new spry pup is a great addition to our family.  I plan on doing things different with him.  For one, we are feeding him higher-quality food.  Secondly, I want to make sure his teeth are well taken care of.  Because of this, I am totally excited to see what he thinks of the Eukanuba food with 3-D Dental Defense.  It encompasses both goals in one nutrition powerhouse.

Eukanuba is not only perfect nutrition for my dog, but it provides something that we have not seen before - a formula that protects teeth.  So far, he loves the taste, and I am excited to report I can already see a  difference in his mouth.  Since he is young, he has little dental issues, but I intend to keep it that way!  For that reason, I think Eukanuba food could be a great fit for our family.  I will keep you posted.  I also look forward to sharing this with friends and family of dogs that are a bit older.  I think it could save some vet bills!  Check out this handsome guy!